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I am considering a cab enclosure for my Honda Rancher to cut down on some of the wind/cold while accessing portions of my property, so I'm not looking for something to make a 100 mile trip, YIKES. Anyway, I would be curious to hear opinions on cab enclosures, perhaps like this, https://www.ebay.com/i/152798488455?chn=ps
 

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That would come in real handy today here, it's 15 out, lol , i like that setup!
 

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I am considering a cab enclosure for my Honda Rancher to cut down on some of the wind/cold while accessing portions of my property, so I'm not looking for something to make a 100 mile trip, YIKES. Anyway, I would be curious to hear opinions on cab enclosures, perhaps like this, https://www.ebay.com/i/152798488455?chn=ps
You just want to make sure you don't get exhaust inside
 

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Maybe time to consider a side by side which are so much easier to enclose. There are some really good buys on used machine if you have time to wait and watch.

It's about 0 degrees here, and I have to go plow snow with my Foreman 400, and I have a brand new enclosed Honda Pioneer 1000 sitting in my garage w/o a plow. And I'm telling you what to do? LOL
 

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Maybe time to consider a side by side which are so much easier to enclose. There are some really good buys on used machine if you have time to wait and watch.

It's about 0 degrees here, and I have to go plow snow with my Foreman 400, and I have a brand new enclosed Honda Pioneer 1000 sitting in my garage w/o a plow. And I'm telling you what to do? LOL
I concur :)

I just sold my Kawasaki Mule Trans and will buying a new SxS this Spring and likely Honda Pioneer 1000. The enclosure for this ATV is really just for accessing a few areas of my property that are not accessible by a side by side, so I was trying to find a reasonably cheap way to get an enclosure to check cameras in tight places, and access two key areas. I am hopeful this particular model shown would allow the "engine" heat to come up, so you not only get the blocking effect, but some of the heat, Hopefully...
 

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I've only seen them in stores and online. I've never seen one on an ATV....
Me too. I do not plan to go over 10-15 mph, but would like to access some key areas on my property, but don't want to buy a piece of junk, i.e., falling down, not stay in place, etc., and was hoping someone on this site had some experience with the utility of the enclosure.
 

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I've only seen them in stores and online. I've never seen one on an ATV....
Me too. I do not plan to go over 10-15 mph, but would like to access some key areas on my property, but don't want to buy a piece of junk, i.e., falling down, not stay in place, etc., and was hoping someone on this site had some experience with the utility of the enclosure.
Here is a guy that took it to the max:
 

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After watching that video, I will take the video over to the local Community College and fund someone there to make it for my Rancher and one for my tractor, LOL
 

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This is pretty much the same enclosure we got from a neighbour for free.

Nylon ATV Cabin | Canadian Tire

Doesn't seem to be the greatest quality or reviews, but for $29.99 you can't beat it.

Well.... I guess $0.00 beats it haha
 
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