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New Kawasaki Teryx Chassis Ribs Available from ATR


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ATR’s Kawasaki Teryx Chassis Ribs add structural integrity to your frame and prevent it from flexing by tying into the upper and lower A-arm mounting points. These chassis plates are highly recommended for anyone with a long travel suspension system. The Teryx Chassis Ribs are CNC laser cut from 3/16" steel plate and come in a durable black powder coat finish.

All Terrain Research is a group of engineers, designers and motorsports enthusiasts set out to develop the most advanced off road vehicle performance products possible. Bringing years of experience ATR serves as a full service prototyping and manufacturing company developing products for some of today’s leading off road vehicle manufacturers.

For more information you can reach them toll free at 877-581-0041 or by visiting their website at www.atrpowersports.com

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