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Kawasaki Teryx Front Hitch Receiver

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Pro Armor has just released their front hitch receiver for the Teryx.  The hitch is made from powder coated, cold rolled steel and requires absolutely no drilling or modifications to install.  This front hitch receiver will allow you to use any accessory that requires a 2” receiver.  You can pick one of them up at [...]

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