Aluminum Doors for RZR PRO XP, PRO R, TURBO R (Two Seat) By UTVZilla



  • $ 489.00

UTVZILLA Aluminum Door Skins for RZR PRO XP, PRO R, TURBO R.

Add style and protection from the elements with UTVZILLA aluminum door skins.  Tall and tight design helps keep the dust and elements out while improving the overall look of your ride.  These are one of the only doors on the market that have a hidden rubber seal along the front and bottom edge to help seal gaps, and minimize rattles.  Doors mount to factory door frames and utilize factory door latches. (frames and latches not included).  CNC cut and formed aluminum construction with tough powder-coat finish.  All bolts are black Stainless Steel for the best combination of looks and corrosion resistance!  Designed and made in the USA!


  • Designed and Made in The USA
  • CNC cut and formed aluminum construction
  • Black Stainless Steel Bolts
  • Rubber seal along bottom and front edges
  • Tough Powder-coat Finish
  • Uses factory frames and latches (not included)

2020-2023 RZR PRO XP 2 Seat
2022-2023 RZR PRO R 2 Seat
2022-2023 RZR TURBO R 2 Seat


  • Door orders ship on average in 1-4 weeks from purchase. Please call for a more specific time frame.
  • Due to difficulty with shipping, return shipping, and specific way we package doors, all sales are final with no option to return (damaged product still applies).
  • Doors may not fit with aftermarket products such as:
    • aftermarket cages
    • door bags
    • cab enclosures
    • body kits
    • nerf bars
    • tree kickers
    • fenders

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Shipping times: Most door orders ship within 1-2 weeks and take 2-5 business days after for delivery on average. Some orders may take longer. We do not guarantee shipping times and cannot control shipping carriers.
Returns: Due to difficulty with shipping and the specific way we package doors, all sales are final with no option to return.
Warranty: Any warranty claims will require pictures emailed within 5 business days of receiving order.

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jds 1/30/23