Moose Unveils Front Receiver Hitch and Electronics Holder
Moose Utility Division has released a pair of new products – a Front Receiver Hitch for Polaris Rangers, as well as a UTV Electronics Holder
Front Receiver Hitch
Moose Utility Division gives Polaris UTV owners a way to attach a snow plow or other items with the Front Receiver Hitch. The hitch accepts standard 2” trailer hitch type receivers as well as use with the Meyer Drive Pro UTV plow available from Parts Unlimited. The Front Receiver Hitch mounts to the frame under the front differential and includes the mounting hardware and hitch pin. There are applications for several Polaris UTVs and the Front Receiver Hitch is priced at $142.95.
Front Receiver Hitch for Polaris UTVs Product Information:
* Can be used with the Meyer Drive Pro UTV plow system (in 2012 Parts Unlimited Snow catalog)
* Accepts standard 2” trailer hitch receiver
* Mounts to the frame under the front differential
* Mounting hardware and hitch pin included
* Powder coated for superior protection
* Bolts-on, no drilling or cutting
* Made in the USA
UTV Electronics Holder
A UTV Electronics Holder from NRA by Moose is designed to make it easy to equip your UTV with a handy UTV Electronics Holder. Designed to carry devices such as your cell phone, GPS unit, small music players, and handheld radio, the device easily mounts to bars up to 1.75” in diameter and the grip knob makes for quick attachment and removal. Priced at $34.95, it’s an easy fix for the lack of small device storage
UTV Electronics Holder Product Information:
* Designed to carry devices such as cell phones, GPS units, music players and hand-held radios
* Puts your device within easy reach of the UTV operator
* Mounting block attaches to bards up to 1 3/4 in diameter
* Grab knob provides quick attachment and easy removal
* Dimensions: 4 1/2” H x 3 1/2” W
* Inside pocket dimensions: 2 3/4” W x 1 1/2” D
For more information on these products, visit MooseUtilities.com.
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