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SSV Works Polaris RZR Speaker Enclosures now available

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SSV Works now offers a complete bolt in ‘No Cutting Required’ 10” sub box with proper air space in addition to front speaker pods and even rear bed corner pods.

All SSV Works speaker pods are hand crafted fiberglass and fully enclosed to offer the best bass response and weather protection. Pods are black texture coated to match factory plastics and include mounting hardware andDo-It-Yourself instructions. See more here: http://www.ssvworks.com/media.html

RZR gen 1-3 Underdash sub box:

http://www.ssvworks.com/RZ-UDSB10.html

RZR gen 2-3 Front 6x9” speaker pods:

http://www.ssvworks.com/RZ2-FKP69.html

RZR gen 1-3 Rear 6.5” speaker pods:

http://www.ssvworks.com/RZ-RKP65.html

Website: http://www.ssvworks.com

UTV Industry News: http://www.utvguide.net/news/UTV-News.html

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