DragonFire’s Locked & Secured Loboy Doors

June 27, 2013
Courtesy of DragonFire Racing
DragonFire continues to crank up the heat when it comes to excellent products in the UTV business.
DragonFire continues to crank up the heat when it comes to excellent products in the UTV business.

Originally designed for the military and U.S. Border Patrol, DragonFire’s “Locked & Secured” LoBoy doors now provide an added measure of security with their slam-shut automotive style latch. Add in the tactical advantage of maximum visibility and you have a winning combination for any RZR owner.

Adapting the military spec features to civilian use proved to be beneficial for RZR pilots needing the security of a door, while retaining full view of what is happening in tight situations such as the Slick Rock around Moab. DragonFire engineers their doors to the highest standards, so both the mil spec and standard LoBoy versions start with a reinforced steel frame featuring multiple anchor points to keep the doors securely mounted. Bump stops, rubberized backing and rattle-proof Duralin coated strikers keep trail noise to a minimum.

A strategic advantage LoBoy doors offer is a slam-shut automotive-style latch, complete with a built-in locking mechanism. “It functions just like your standard car door,” explains DragonFire marketing major domo Chris Moore. “Slam it shut and it stays shut. Period. However, for really precarious situations on the trail, we have incorporated a locking lever to make sure the doors remain securely shut at all times.” 

Standard Features Include:
• Multi-angle aluminum skin
• Reinforced steel frame
• Slam-shut automotive latches with built-in locking mechanism
• Rubberized backing and bump stops
• Limiting straps
• Captured lock-down hinges

For more LoBoy door details and a closer look at the locking mechanism, click on the exclusive new video up at
DragonFire’s YouTube channel: bit.ly/137YjnV 

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