Boottector Bracket by Kolpin

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Great fit on your UTV with the Utility Gear Rail System. ough, fiberglass-reinforced nylon construction with brass insert.
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SKU: 20035
Brand: Kolpin Powersports

Boottector Bracket by Kolpin

The innovative design of the Boottector allows you to secure your Kolpin Gun Boot to any ATV or UTV. Simply attach the universal-fit bracket to your ATV rack, and then lock the Gun Boot into the bracket by pin or padlock. The Boottector offers precision gun angle adjustability and provides a custom fit on your ATV and adjustments can be made without tools! Its compact design takes up little space and minimizes vibration over rough terrain.

Boottector Bracket Features

  • Tough, fiberglass-reinforced nylon construction with brass insert
  • Compatible with the Kolpin Gear Lock & Load System
  • Great fit on your UTV with the Utility Gear Rail System
  • Accommodates Kolpin Gun Boot IV and Gun Boot 6.0 cases only
Warning: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

2017 Fitments

  • 2017 Rubicon 500
  • 2017 Rincon 680
  • 2017 Recon 250
  • 2017 Rancher TRX 420
  • 2017 Kodiak 700
  • 2017 KingQuad 750
  • 2017 KingQuad 400/500
  • 2017 Grizzly 700
  • 2017 Foreman 500
  • 2017 Brute Force 750

2016 Fitments

  • 2016 Utility ATV 300/500/1000
  • 2016 Rubicon 500
  • 2016 Rincon 680
  • 2016 Recon 250
  • 2016 Rancher TRX 420
  • 2016 Kodiak 700
  • 2016 KingQuad 750
  • 2016 KingQuad 400/500
  • 2016 Grizzly 700
  • 2016 Foreman 500
  • 2016 Brute Force 750

2015 Fitments

  • 2015 Utility ATV 400/450/500/700/1000
  • 2015 Rubicon 500
  • 2015 Rincon 680
  • 2015 Recon 250
  • 2015 Rancher TRX 420
  • 2015 KingQuad 750
  • 2015 KingQuad 400/500
  • 2015 Grizzly 550/700
  • 2015 Foreman 500
  • 2015 Brute Force 750

2014 Fitments

  • 2014 Utility ATV 400/450/500/550/700/1000
  • 2014 Rubicon 500
  • 2014 Rincon 680
  • 2014 Recon 250
  • 2014 Rancher 420
  • 2014 KingQuad 750
  • 2014 KingQuad 400/500
  • 2014 Grizzly 550/700
  • 2014 Foreman 500
  • 2014 Brute Force 750
  • 2014 Brute Force 650

2013 Fitments

  • 2013 Recon 250
  • 2013 Rancher 420
  • 2013 Prairie 360
  • 2013 KingQuad 750
  • 2013 KingQuad 400/500
  • 2013 Grizzly 550/700
  • 2013 Grizzly 450
  • 2013 FourTrax Rincon Base
  • 2013 Foreman 500
  • 2013 Brute Force 750
  • 2013 Brute Force 650

2012 Fitments

  • 2012 Utility ATV 425/450/550/700/1000

2011 Fitments

  • 2011 Utility ATV 425/450/550/650/700/1000

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ATV Bracket Assembly Instructions:

1. As shown above, attach the Mounting Base Plate to the Gun Boot Bracket using the (2) ¼” x 1.00” Truss Head Bolt, (2) ¼” Washers and (2) ¼” Nylock Nuts, making sure the Washers and Nuts go together. Tighten securely.

2. Attach the Mounting Base Plate to your ATV using (3) ¼” U-Bolts, (6) ¼” Washers, and (6) ¼” Nylon Nuts. Once secure, place the rubber caps on the exposed threads of the U-Bolts. For composite racks, use the 2” hex head bolts, cross over washers, and nuts to secure firmly to the ATV.

3. Now, insert the Spline through the Gun Boot Bracket as shown above in the illustration.

4. Place the Dust Cover on the Back Side of the Spline. Attach the Gun Boot Bracket to the Spline and the Dust Cover using (4) ¼” x 1.00” Truss Head Bolts, and (4) ¼” Nylon Nuts, with the Nylock Nuts on the back side of the Dust Cover. Do not fully tighten, as the spline is adjustable in the slotted bracket for fine-tuning the angle of the Gun Boot to your ATV.

5. Attach the Boottector Housing on the spline at the desired angle. At this point, you can make small adjustments by rotating the Boottector and letting the mounted spline assembly move slightly in the slots. When you get to the desired location, take the Gun Boot off the spline and tighten the (4) bolts holding the spline assembly to the bracket. Thread the Turn Knob into the spline and tighten the Boottector on the mount.
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NOTE:  Rubber caps are used to cover threads on hardware to prevent cutting hands. 

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