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Factory UTV Polaris RZR XP4 900 UHMW Skid Plate Package


Factory UTV sets the gold standard in undercarriage protection for the Polaris RZR line of UTV’s with introduction of it’s Polaris RZR XP4 900 Protection System. OEM skid plates simply do not satisfactorily protect the underside of your UTV under normal off road operating conditions. The Factory UTV UHMW Polaris RZR XP4 900 Protection System protects your XP4 900 from the harshest obstacles you encounter on your off road adventures. Custom formed to match the contours of the XP4 under carriage for ease of installation and correct fit. Our exclusive design wraps around the large main frame tubes at the front of the XP4 to protect this very vulnerable and expensive to fix section. When you own the baddest UTV on the planet, don’t accept second best when it comes to protecting it. Depend on Factory UTV protection the first name in UTV protection products!
UHMW (Ultra-High Molecular Weight) plastic is a super tough, wear resistant material that combines an incredible slickness to slide over rocks with outstanding impact strength. Significantly lighter than comparable aluminum skid plates, UHWM will outwear carbon steel 10 to 1 and has taken over as the overwhelming choice for UTV skid plate material.
About Factory UTV Products
Factory UTV, Inc. FUTV is leading UTV parts and accessories manufacturer well known as the industry pioneers who brought UHMW protection systems to the UTV Marketplace. A family owned and run enterprise, our Sacramento CA based manufacturing facility prides itself on delivering innovative new products to the ever growing UTV aftermarket and backing those products with unparalleled customer service. We are first and foremost enthusiast and bring decades of off roading experience to UTV parts design and fabrication. Check us out at www.factoryutv.net or give us a call 916-207-8335.

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Jeff Knoll is the former Event Director for the King of the Hammers event. He has raced various classes in SCORE, BITD, MORE, and MDR. Following the California 200, Knoll travelled to Washington, DC to meet with BLM officials regarding the Special Recreation Permit policies of the BLM. Knoll serves on the BLM’s Desert Advisory Sub-Committee regarding Special Recreation Permits. Knoll also drafted language for Nevada’s Senate Bill 156 in 2011 regarding action sports safety.

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