There can be risk of injury when self-installing accessories or using accessories not specifically designed with the vehicle in mind. See below for our tips on accessorizing your machine safely:
OEM-Approved Accessories — Only use OEM-approved accessories, designed and validated specifically for your vehicle.
Professional Installation — Know your technical limits when installing, and, when in doubt, have your OEM accessories installed by a trained technician at your local dealership.
Power Accessory Guidelines — Power accessory guidelines as specified by OEM:
- Never splice in to the factory wire harness
- Always follow installation instructions that accompany the accessory
- Don’t connect electrical accessories directly to battery, utilize the accessory mounting block or accessory wires included in the factory harness
- Confirm all electrical powered accessories are not powered when the key is in off position
Avoid non-OEM modification to vehicle to prevent unnecessary risk
- Aftermarket ECU calibrations, intake snorkel kits, excessive amperage draw accessories, or removal of heat shields can increase the risk of fire or burn injuries
- Aftermarket cabs, roofs and roll-over protection structures can affect the stability and performance of the vehicles
- Non-OEM modifications may also impact warranty coverage during or after the warranty period.