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As one of the most trusted names in offroad truck suspension systems, Fabtech breaks into the UTV market. Bringing the same superior quality and design that goes into their truck suspension to the world of side-by-sides.

Fabtech introduces their new Heavy Duty Spindles for the 2005-08 Yamaha Rhino. These Spindles are constructed of Ductile Iron with [...]

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