Moose Releases Replacement Cylinders and Legacy Gun Rack
Moose is continuing to build up its lineup of ATV parts and accessories and has released replacement cylinders and a Legacy gun rack.
If you happen to be looking to replace your damaged or worn OEM cylinder, Moose Racing has got you covered. These Replacement Cylinders are made from cast aluminum and are nickel silicon carbon plated. While giving a stock OEM appearance, the Replacement Cylinders allow for greater heat dissipation with the extremely durable, low friction bore surface. The Moose Racing Replacement Cylinders are precision machined and are honed to OEM stock bore sizes, and start at $269.95.
Replacement Cylinder Product Information:
Replace your damaged or worn OEM cylinder
Made from cast aluminum, nickel silicon carbide plated
Precision machined and honed to OEM stock bore sizes
Extremely durable low friction bore surface area allows for greater heat dissipation
Stock OEM appearance
Made in the USA
Starting at $269.95
Legacy Single Gun Rack
The Legacy Single Gun Rack from NRA by Moose Utility Division offers hunters a space-saving option when storing a single gun. The rubber coated gun rack attaches to the handlebars, rails, or metal racks, and the offset design doesn’t take up much room on the cargo rack, giving riders more space for other essential items. The soft rubber spurs that are included help hold items secure, adding security in rough terrain. The Legacy Single Gun Rack is an inexpensive addition at just $30.95. Moose released another gun rack option earlier in September.
Legacy Single Gun Rack Product Information:
Rubber coated gun rack attaches to handlebars as well as rails (tubular or square) or metal racks
The offset design allows more room for cargo rack space
Soft rubber spurs help to hold items secure
Racks can be aligned at an angle for smaller items
Includes rubber snubbers for added security in rough terrain
One-piece design guarantees no parts to lose
Gun not included
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