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PRODUCT EVALUATION: TUSK UTV PROFILE ALUMINUM ROOF

Safety and shade By John Bumgarner and the staff of Dirt Wheels The Tusk UTV Profile aluminum roof is a great addition to any side-by-side vehicle. The aluminum top protects you and your passengers from the sun, and can keep you safe from Mother Nature’s harsh environment. WHAT IT IS Laser-cut from 0.10 aluminum with rolled […]

PRODUCT EVALUATION: SHELL 1-AMP BATTERY CHARGER & MAINTAINER

Support for your battery By the staff of Dirt Wheels   The Shell 1-amp battery charger & maintainer charges 12- and 6-volt batteries. It automatically detects the battery voltage, and is safe for charging lead-acid, flooded, gel, AGM, and lithium-ion batteries. This charger provides multiple levels of protection against short circuit, reverse polarity, over-temperature, defective battery, […]

QA PARTS UTV SIDE-VIEW MIRRORS

 By the staff of Dirt Wheels QA PARTS UTV SIDE-VIEW MIRRORS Having mirrors on a UTV is all but essential, but do you need to go for the maximum bling? To find out, we tried QA Parts UTV side mirrors. WHAT IT IS Manufactured using a polypropylene plastic shell with a glass lens, and ABS […]

TUSK REMOVABLE HALF WINDSHIELD

By the staff of Dirt Wheels TUSK REMOVABLE HALF WINDSHIELD With few exceptions, production UTVs don’t come with any protection in the front opening of the cockpit. When conditions are perfect, having all that air coming into the cockpit feels like a perfect plan. Let the weather change up, or get tired of the wind […]

TUSK CARGO BARRICADE

By the staff of Dirt Wheels TUSK CARGO BARRICADE Kawasaki’s Teryx KRX 1000 is a great UTV for trail work. In fact, it works so well that you will be tempted to ride farther than ever. Ride farther and longer, and you will want to bring more stuff! Kawasaki has planned the KRX cab with a […]

PRODUCT EVALUATION: APROVE FRONT INTRUSION BARS

Passenger protection for the RZR XP Pro By Ray Gibbs and the staff of Dirt Wheels There you are, blasting down your favorite trail. Everything on your car is working just as planned. You take pride in your ride, and the accessories that you bought and installed. The day is going great! You are driving like a […]

PRODUCT EVALUATION: EZ LYNK

Connecting your UTV to help By the staff of Dirt Wheels As handy and mechanically savvy as we may fancy ourselves to be, the truth is, most of us are not fully trained mechanics with years of experience. What happens when you’re miles down the trail (or way out on the dunes) and something happens to your […]

PRODUCT EVALUATION: LEATT GLOVES

Three models to cover all weather By the staff of Dirt Wheels Leatt is a protection company that has bridged into riding clothing. We have been using three different Leatt gloves extensively—the 1.5 GripR, the Moto 2.5 Windblock and the Moto 2.5 SubZero. All share a design so close, they are hard to distinguish just by […]

AA OFFROAD TRAIL HEAD TRAILER

 By the staff of Dirt Wheels AA OFFROAD TRAIL HEAD TRAILER In the early days of four-wheeled dune play, before there were three-wheelers, quads, or UTVs, there were lightweight Volkswagen dune buggies. It didn’t take much to haul them, and many folks just used a T-trailer. It was a glorified tow bar that lifted the […]

SENA 30K INTERCOM

By the staff of Dirt Wheels SENA 30K INTERCOM There are many avenues we travel down on our paths while exploring the great outdoors. Experiencing these journeys is best on your favorite off-road machine. Some of us prefer to hear rumbling engines and wind passing around our helmets, while others want tunes and technology to […]

ARAI RAM-X HELMET

By the staff of Dirt Wheels ARAI RAM-X HELMET Arai is a Japanese, family-owned helmet company that believes that helmets are vital and valuable safety equipment meant for long-term use and extended satisfaction. Aside from a deeply held belief in absolute quality, Arai believes in a smooth, rounded shell shape both for intrinsic strength and […]

TUSK 20-FOOT UTV TOW STRAP

By the staff of Dirt Wheels TUSK 20-FOOT UTV TOW STRAP If we are driving a UTV any farther than we can easily walk back, we make sure we’re prepared for the trip. Ideally, that means traveling with at least one other reliable machine in good condition. At the very least we carry the tools […]