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REVOLUTIONARY DAKAR

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The all-new HiPer Dakar is the lightest, strongest, highest performing wheel available for elite side by sides and utility all-terrain vehicles. Utilizing HiPer’s proven carbon fiber; the Dakar is unlike any wheel on the market.

The Dakar is a dual beadlock, 14 inch diameter wheel that weighs less than most available 12 inch wheels. [...]

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