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Sector Seven

WELCOME THE SAWTOOTH MIRROR FROM SECTOR SEVEN

Taking the Spectrum Lighted Mirror to the next evolution! We welcome the SAWTOOTH, featuring Amber LED Side Markers and 6061 billet aluminum re-machined styling. Same great 120W intense LED lighting coupled with large glass convex mirrors for the best 2-in-1 mirror-light combination on the planet! Still made right here in good'ole Idaho, U.S.A!

SECTOR SEVEN NAVIGATOR MIRRORS

Sector Seven came onto the market with a unique, lighted side-view mirror product that’s built in the U.S. and turned a few heads for sure. The mirrors worked great by aiming two panels of LEDs straight ahead and slightly to the side of your machine. For comparison, they were brighter than our stock headlights on the high-beam setting but with a much wider field of view.  The lighted mirrors sell for $799. That’s actually way cheaper than a set of good billet mirrors and a 10-inch light bar. This month we…

SECTOR SEVEN RZR PRO

By the staff of Dirt Wheels SECTOR SEVEN RZR PRO Sector Seven is the relatively new but innovative UTV product division of longtime off-road parts manufacturer Pro Moto Billet. Company owner Lynn Hodges is in Idaho where there are all sorts of off-road opportunities, so it was inevitable that his family would end up with a Polaris XP 1000 4 in its stable. As son Sheldon got a little older, he was looking for something sportier to drive, and the then-new Polaris RS1 was added to the family’s fleet. The RS1…

SIDE MIRRORS WITH BUILT-IN HEADLIGHTS

-- Smart new item from Sector Seven by Pro Moto Billet -- The Dirt Wheels crew came across this cool new UTV side mirror called "Spectrum." What makes them unique is there are LED lights built into the backside. A set face forward and another set face a little more to the side, which creates a wide beam to really light up the trail ahead. With your stock UTV's headlights on you'll see a major improvement when you also switch on the Spectrum lights. They're designed to fold back to avoid damage if you smack a trail-side…