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As many of you know, I recently started selling UTV Cab Enclosures and thanks to some of you right here, together we got the wheels in motion to get developed a new range of Enclosures and Lexan windshields for a Joyner Trooper.

For that I will offer any of my products on my website at a discounted price for a limited time.

We also make enclosures for Honda, John Deere, Kawasaki, Kubota, Joyner, New Holland, Polaris and Yamaha. Apart from a Joyner Renegade, all models for these brands are catered for. Hopefully a Renegade R2 & R4 wont be to far away. If you have a Renegade, want an enclosure & live near Kentucky, I would love to hear from you.

The discount is 20% off the retail price for all my products shown on my website to anybody on UTV Boards for the Pacific Eagle UTV Enclosures. This is valid four weeks from today or until the 7th of December. These are premium cab enclosures so demand premium costing, so grab yourself a bargain.

Key for discount is, just quote “UTV Board 20%”. Below is a range of two and four seater cab enclosures.

My website is http://www.pacificeagleutv.com/

Cheers Mike.

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Everything shown on the Trooper T2 webpage will be available to you with a 5% discount off the advertised price. We are working on Summer Promos for all brands and have not added any Joyner products yet. Any Summer Promo prices wont be legible for a further 5% discount. Have a look at the Polaris Ranger Crew webpage to get an idea of these very shape promo prices and if there is something your interested in post back and I’ll se what I can do. We may not be able to include a Lexan Windshield for the Trooper due to the larger size.

Cheers Mike

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