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Trail Armor’s Polaris RzR Underdash Dust Seal


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• Seals off the open area between the bottom of the hood and the firewall to prevent radiator heat and water/mud/dust from entering the cab

• Protects instrument cluster and wiring from dust and heat

• Made of ABS plastic custom cut to fit the RZR dash profile with a push-on rubber seal

• Utilizes factory holes and screws that hold the [...]

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