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Houser Racing Releases 
New Products for the 
Polaris RZR 1000

 
(1/27/2014)

     Roll Cage, tree bars, front bumper, rear bumper, doors, passenger grab bar, A-arms...all in the works for the Polaris RZR 1000. Houser Racing has been working on products for quite some time now. First to roll off the production line will be: roll cages, front bumpers, and tree bars. Here is a sneak peek at the roll cage.

     The other products Houser Racing is working on for the Polaris RZR1000 include: rear bumper, doors, passenger grab bar, A-arms, rear trailing arms, bolt-on billet parts, etc. Watch over the next several weeks for new products. 

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