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Funco Motorsports has introduced a complete aftermarket product line for the 2008 Kawasaki Teryx UTV. The complete line features a new suspension kit featuring 14†of Wheel travel, 3 different roll cage configurations, new Pro-vented Bumper, doors and high race sides. Known for their leading edge sand cars and championship winning UTV’s, Funco manufactures race [...]

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