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DragonFire’s New Harness Bar and Belt Kit

Tired of the good times slip-sliding away? The folks at DragonFire believe proper protection is important for any UTV, whether it is racing or recreation. This “better safe than sorry” philosophy has resulted in new “LockDown” harness bar and belt kits for the Can-Am Commander, Kawasaki Teryx and popular Polaris Ranger.

Intended to provide protection far superior than the standard automotive-style lap belt, DFR offers a full 4-point harness specifically engineered to fit properly. The “H” style allows you to run the belts around the headrest, while staying firmly on your shoulders because of DFR’s uniquely designed sternum clip. Speaking of stylish designs, DFR’s belts are available in four colors, including silver. A full 3-inches wide, the thickly padded straps will keep you securely in your seat no matter how rough the terrain gets!

However even better fit and increased security comes when the belts are used in conjunction wit the new “LockDown” harness bar. Starting with a 1 ¾-inch mild steel horizontally mounted harness bar, a three-bolt clamshell clamp as well as laser-cut plate steel shoulder harness trappers that make the bar strong, simple and very practical.

Don’t think of adding the “LockDown” harness bar as hard labor — it takes only minutes to install. It can also be powdercoated to match stock or aftermarket cages.

“We’re known for having some of the best belts on the market here at DragonFire,” says GM Scott Highland. “So we felt it would be criminal not to package our new “LockDown” harness bar together with a set of belts for a discounted package price. Order one today and be safe tomorrow!”

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The name says it all! DragonFire continues to crank up the heat when it comes to the best products in the UTV business. DFR has everything from engine and suspension components to bolt-on accessories! We feel your passion, so when you think of UTV parts and accessories think of the Dragon… and feel the heat!

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