DIY UTV Cab Enclosure Rear Panel
Even though it's behind you as you drive, the back of a utility task vehicle (UTV) can still let in dirt and grime if it's not covered. That's why it's helpful to have a full cab enclosure that lets you see your surroundings clearly while protecting you from weather and debris. Making a rear window panel for your UTV is an easy way to get as much protection from the elements as possible.
Enjoy added protection from debris and the elements while still maintaining a clear line of sight behind you by adding a rear window panel to your UTV. We can help you make one! We partnered with Kenny Sims of Sims Upholstery to show you how to make side and rear panels for UTV cabs. This video will show how to make the rear panel.
In this video, Kenny demonstrates how to make a rear window panel for a Yamaha® YXZ utility task vehicle, but you can use the same steps to make a panel to fit whatever vehicle you have. You'll see all the steps from start to finish. You'll also learn helpful tips for removing wrinkles from facing, matching up binding ends and much more.
Ready to learn this easy outdoor DIY? We have all the materials for this project — including Regalite® window material and Stamoid™ vinyl fabric — here at Sailrite®. Just hit the play button on the video below to learn what you need and how to put it all together. You got this!
Do you still need to make the side panels for your UTV enclosure? Never fear! We have a video that will show you exactly how. Just search for our blog, "DIY UTV Cab Enclosure Side Panels" (#300610XHT), to complete your custom cab enclosure. Happy sewing!