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KIMTEK Transport Units Fit Can-Am Defender and Can-Am Defender Max

MEDLITE® and FIRELITE® Slip-on Skid Units do the job in Can-Am side-by-sides
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October 23, 2017--Orleans, VT - KIMTEK Corp, makers of MEDLITE® and FIRELITE® Transport skid units for off-road rescue and wildland firefighting, announce the full compatibility of their top-selling line of UTV-based skid units with Can-Am Defender and Can-Am Defender Max (crew) side-by-side UTVs. The Defender's rugged cargo bed with 1,000 lb capacity and overall strong suspension and frame make it an excellent choice for first responders throughout public safety and service sectors in the United States, Canada, and well beyond. 

September 21, 2017 - Things just got real, as BRP announced several new Can-Am side-by-side vehicles last night at its annual dealer show in Dallas, Texas.

Going beyond what is expected. Over achieving. Answering the call. Can-Am asserts itself once again by being more aggressive in its approach and making sensible decisions in growing its line of market-influencing off-road vehicles
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2018  CAN-AM OFF-ROAD VEHICLES BUILT FOR RIDERS  ENJOYING TRAILS, ROCKS AND MUD 

UTV Roof Rack

Fits the ODES Dominator X2 and ODES Dominator X4 UTV’s
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Utility vehicles didn’t get their name by accident, they are designed to work-and one of their most important jobs is to haul cargo. There are times though when bulky, hard-to-handle loads such as bags of duck decoys, deer decoys, treestands, camping gear, etc. can be a challenge.  

Test Ride - Pioneer Family

Upgrades and New Features From Honda
Written By: 
John Arens
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Not since Little House on the Prairie have we been so fond of a Pioneer family. The Pioneer 500, 700, and 1000 all have their unique uses but they share one very important feature; they’re all infused with a healthy dose of Honda DNA. Each is outstanding in their own way and recently we had an opportunity to ride all three and try out new features.

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