Industry News

POLARIS RZR XP 900 PROTECTION FROM HOLZ RACING PRODUCTS

The Holz Racing Commanders and RZRs are some of the fastest UTVs on the planet. You’ll see them fitted with bumpers, skids plates, rock sliders and roll cages built to protect without compro­mising speed. Holz won’t cut corners where safety is concerned. Now they offer a complete line of Polaris RZR XP 900 bolt-on parts and they are just what you expect from HRP – strong, lightweight protection that fits like OEM and looks just right.

Holz Racing Products protects you and your ride. To guard your XP: Rock Sliders, Skid Plates, Frame Braces and Front & Rear Bumpers. For pilot and passenger safety: Half Doors, Roll Cage, Performance Seats and Harnesses. Like everything from HRP, the new XP range features exceptional quality and construction: CNC cut 5086 Marine grade Aluminum for strength and corro­sion resistance; TIG Welded 4130 Chromoly Steel to protect rid­ers. Don’t compromise quality. Don’t compromise safety. Visit Holz online at www.holzracingproducts.com or give them a call at (360) 398-7006.

  
ABOUT HOLZ RACING PRODUCTS
For 12 years, Holz Racing Products has been building the highest quality, best performing suspensions and chassis components available. Everyone says “race-proven.” We Live it. From WORCS, desert to short-course, Holz Racing Products are developed and proven in the most grueling applications. What we learn out there is built into our 2011 UTV product line. Exacting tolerances, OEM-like fit, durability and performance engineered right into every part. It all stems from our overly simple design philosophy — build the best performing, most durable products in the industry. We’ve earned our reputation one year and one win at a time. We strive to keep all our parts in stock and ship everything as quick as possible to keep you riding, not waiting for the delivery man. Visit our website to see our full line of Can-Am Commander and Polaris RZR parts. Holz Racing Products… Engineered to Win.
holzracingproducts.com

Follow us at: UTVGuide.net Blog or on Facebook

You Might Also Like

No Comments

Leave a Reply