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Hot Rods Releases Replacement Cranks for Kawasaki and Suzuki ATVs
If your Kawasaki 700 V-Twin based ATV or UTV is ready for a full rebuild, Hot Rods offers a new line of heavy duty OE replacement crankshafts, connecting rods, main bearings and seal kits that fit the Kawasaki Brute Force 750, KFX 700, Prairie 700, Teryx 750, and Suzuki LT-V 700 Twin Peaks V-Twin engines.
Hot Rods claims that its crankshaft is both stronger and more affordable than the OEM crankshaft. Depending on customer needs, the crankshaft can be purchased with or without Hot Rods’ replacement connecting rods, which can be ordered separately. Hot Rods’ bearing and seal kits use the plain-style main bearings that are only available through Kawasaki if the customer buys the engine case, thus the Hot Rods kit is one way to save some money if a rebuild is necessary.
Kawasaki Featured ATV and UTV Products: September
Knowing ATV and UTV owners often like to dress out their four-wheeled friends, Kawasaki offers a wide selection of parts and accessories to fit its machines. For September, Kawasaki is featuring front and rear Cargo Boxes, Headlight Guards, Seat Covers, and Bed Liners.
Brute Force 750 and 650 Cargo Boxes
If you’re looking for some extra storage space on your Brute Force ATV, consider Kawasaki’s front and rear cargo boxes. Built using high strength Polyethylene material with UV stabilizers to fight against fading, these boxes feature rubber sealed lids to keep out dust and water. Each box comes with two lockable latches and bolts solidly into place on your Brute Force ATV. The front cargo box retails for $183.95, while the rear is available for $224.95.
Kawasaki Giving Away Mule 4010 and Two Brute Force ATVs
Knowing that the only thing better than a new ATV or UTV is a free one, Kawasaki is giving away three of them.
Kawasaki is the Official ATV and Side x Side sponsor of the Professional Bull Riders (PBR) Built Ford Tough Series and is providing fans with an opportunity to win one of three Kawasaki off-road vehicles.
The Win-My-Ride promotion grand prize is a Kawasaki Mule 4010, while the second place winner will take home a Brute Force 750 4x4i EPS and third place will receive a Brute Force 300. The three winners will be selected at random and announced after the PBR Built Ford Tough Series World Finals in November, 2012.
PBR fans can participate for the opportunity to win one of the Kawasaki vehicles by texting WINMYRIDE to 868727.
Kawasaki Featured ATV and UTV Accessories: May
Kawasaki, like all the other manufacturers, is well aware that many ATV and UTV owners spend hundreds or even thousands of dollars on accessories. Rather than hand that money over to aftermarket companies, Kawasaki offers a wide array of accessories designed specifically for its machines.
This month, Kawasaki is featuring a number of these accessories, including skid plates, spare tire mounts, soft tops, and storage solutions.
KFX450R Skid Plates
If you are looking for some protection for the underside of your Kawasaki KFX450R, consider Kawasaki’s aluminum skid plates ($169.95 for main skid plate, $159.95 for the swing arm skid plate). Each is designed to offer additional protection for key components. According to Kawasaki, the durable, aluminum skids fit perfectly, ever time.
Teryx 750 Spare Tire Mount
You can always throw a spare tire in the bed of a Kawasaki Teryx, but if it doesn’t leave you much room to carry anything else. This is where Kawasaki’s Spare Tire Mount comes in, as it allows you to mount your spare on the roll cage. Retailing for $299.95, the Spare Tire Mount is made of steel and features a power coated finish.