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Pro Armor Introduces A NEW Product Line!

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The new line of ATV accessories will be available February 2009. "The ProAm Series of accessories should help fill the gap between the entry level rider and the rider/racer looking for the best top quality parts" says Fred Brayton Sales & Marketing manager for Pro Armor, Inc.

The ProAm Series of products is manufactured in-house using the same production techniques and processes that has made Pro Armor the leader in aftermarket accessories for your ATV and SxS. The ProAm Series can be produced at substantial cost savings due to minor changes in design and styling. The new ProAm product still holds the same tolerances, superiority, excellence and high quality as Pro Armor. Just like Pro Armor products, it is guaranteed to fit the first time out of the box and offer excellent durability and protection. "We feel this will allow us to better compete in the marketplace when the ultimate decision factor is pricing" says Alex Danze, owner of Pro Armor, Inc. Of course, the complete line of Pro Armor products will still be available to those who only want the best.

You can purchase the ProAm and Pro Armor product lines from your local dealer.

The initial launch will include parts for the following vehicles; TRX450R, LT-R450, YFZ450, Raptor 700, 400EX, Z400, KFX400 & DVX400

The initial list of parts for this new product line will include the following. They will also be available in powder coated black.

* Sport Series Nerf Bars retails for only $139.95

* Front Bumper retails for only $89.95

* Full Chassis Armor retails for only $89.95

* Swing Arm Armor retails for only $99.95

* A-Arm Armor retails for only $79.95

* Grab Bar retails for only $59.95

Pro Armor can be found on the net at: http://www.proarmor.com

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