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    Just because the sun goes down doesn’t mean the ride has to be over. QuadBoss offers a line of LED lighting options that can extend your ride well into the night.

    “The low power draw of LEDs allows you to have the greatest amount of light at minimal tax to your electrical system,” QuadBoss says in a release. “Durable, waterproof aluminum housings are built to stand up to the brush and weather. In the event of hard impact, the undamaged LEDs will keep on working. With 10 different lighting styles, we have one that is perfect for your ATV/UTV.”

    QuadBoss Curved LED Light Bar

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      QuadBoss CV Boot Repair Kit

      Ride off-road long enough and you are bound to damage your CV boot, which can lead to serious axle damage if you don’t take care of it quickly.

      Rather than let the dirt or sand destroy your CV joint, the QuadBoss Rapid Repair CV Boot Kit’s cone shaped tool lets you slip a new boot onto your axle and seal it back up without having to pull your axle off. The faster you replace the boot, the less damage is done to the joint.

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        Yani Desjardins La Tuque

        Can-Am Maverick drivers finished 1-2-3 to sweep both the SxS Open class and the overall SxS podium at the 2015 12 Hours endurance of la Tuque held this past weekend in the La Tuque, Quebec, Canada.

        “Our racers had another great racing weekend behind the wheel of the Can-Am Maverick side-by-side vehicle, winning numerous races. We swept the Open class and overall podium and had four Maverick teams in the top five overall at the 12 Hours of la Tuque,” says Jeff Leclerc, Racing Project Leader, Can-Am.

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          Arctic Cat Wildcat Sport

          Arctic Cat says it plans to invest nearly $27 million in its manufacturing facilities in Thief River Falls and St. Cloud, Minn., resulting in the creation of approximately 50 jobs.

          “We are excited to strengthen our Minnesota manufacturing footprint and position the company for continued long-term success,” says Christopher T. Metz, Arctic Cat president and CEO. “We will be adding a new state-of-the-art production line in Thief River Falls and expanding our engine manufacturing operations in St. Cloud, in order to meet the demand for our innovative, quality products. We are grateful to the local leadership of Thief River Falls and St. Cloud, and the state of Minnesota, for their support as we invest in our shared future.”

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            Kevin Trantham Tomahawk GNCC

            After a win in 4×4 Pro at GNCC Round 5, headed to Odessa, NY for GNCC Racing’s Round 6, The Tomahawk, and, once again, put the Scrambler 850 on the Pro 4×4 podium.

            Teammates Michael Swift and Kevin Tratham started start mid-pack and passed the class leader with a lap-and-a-half to go. It was all Swift and Trantham to the line with Trantham finishing first, and also taking the overall, with Swift right behind him crossing the line a full minute and 20 seconds before the third place finisher. Trantham sits in second in class points with Swift in third for the season.

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