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New stereo systems for RZR 800's and 900 Single Seaters


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Hello,

We are a 30 year old American manufacturing company with our primary interests in the Toy and Hobby industry.

Last year we entered the UTV market manufacturing a overhead stereo sound system for RZR 800's and 900's. We are now in full production selling direct to the end user at great prices.

If you would like some infomation email us at: [email protected] and we will provider you the details.

Doesn't matter what kind of roof you have or if you have one at all, the unit is designed to suspend from (6) mount points and tucks neatly inside the rool cage.

All mounting hardware is included from base Do-It-Yourself models to Fully loaded Systems.

The quality is fantastic and they are made and assembled in the USA.

Prices between - $99.00 - $349.95

Thank you,

Tony C.

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