Curtis Industries Introduces Yamaha Viking Cab System

Lucas Cooney
by Lucas Cooney
Curtis Cab Yamaha Viking

Curtis Industries has unveiled its new cab systems for the Yamaha Viking UTV.

The Curtis cab features all-steel panels, powder-coated 16-guage steel doors, and large windows with dual sliders. As well, with Curtis’ exclusive Quick-Release Latch, you can completely remove the window panel in seconds without tools by simply turning 4 thumb screws.

Each door also features heavy-duty seven-gauge steel hinges to reduce door flex and sag. Doors include gas shocks to assist opening and closing, and to provide additional control when opening doors in windy conditions.

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The venting windshield is made of scratch-resistant polycarbonate, while the rear window is made of impact-modified acrylic. A venting slider in rear window allows flow-through ventilation.

Curtis’ cab uses the existing factory roof which comes standard on most models. The cab includes added rubber sealing for better weather protection and dual windshield wipers. Optional two-speed under-dash heater and work lights are available.

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Lucas Cooney
Lucas Cooney

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