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Can-Am 450 Full Chassis Armor

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Pro Armor, synonymous with quality and protection is proud to announce the release of their full chassis armor for the Can-Am 450.  The full chassis armor is made from .160 durable aluminum and is designed specifically for this quad.  Pro Armor is the only company to have a full length skid plate that covers your [...]

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