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HIPER ANNOUNCES PRICE REDUCTION FOR 14†DAKAR WHEELS

MSRP Decreased to $399

LAWRENCE, Kan, September 22, 2008 – HiPer announced today that they will be lowering the price of their popular 14†Dakar wheel to an MSRP of $399. Due to the strong initial demand for the Dakar, HiPer has been able to streamline manufacturing and is [...]

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