Raising The Windshield And Replacing Side Bars

1. Raise the windshield.

2. Loosely attach the rear of the side bar to the sport bar.

Refer to Step 4 of “Lowering Windshield And Removing Side Bars” earlier in this section.

• Reattach the sport bar Velcro covering.

• Reattach the sport bar Velcro covering.

3. Attach the front of the side bar to the windshield frame.

• Install the top two hex bolts (13 mm) first, then the lower side hex bolt (13 mm). The lower side bolt will not align until the top two bolts are installed.

4. Tighten all side bar attachment bolts.

4. Tighten all side bar attachment bolts.

5. Install the lower windshield plates with the six black round-headed Torx head screws (using a #40 Torx head driver) on each side of the base of the windshield.

6. Reinstall the wiper arms.

6. Reinstall the wiper arms.

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