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Seizmik announces new Soft Top Line for Polaris Rangers and Yamaha Rhino

Raleigh, N.C.- Seizmik announces the official launch of a new line of soft tops for the Yamaha Rhino, full and mid-size Polaris Rangers. The new tops improve on previous tops by simplifying construction, removing loose flaps and providing a tighter fit.
A noticeable feature about the tops is their simplicity in construction. This simplicity results in a lower priced top with fewer seams to rip and an improved fit courtesy of Seizmik’s new ‘Quikfit’ tightening system. The tightening system uses two tension straps that wrap around the roll cage and buckle inside the cab that allow users to adjust tightness. This simplifies the top and provides the best in-class fitting soft top of any in the industry with an unmatched tautness.  “We designed these tops to set a new standard of fit, function and quality for UTV soft tops.” said Ben Greene, Marketing & Product Coordinator. Unlike many products on the market today that only offer overhead protection; this system offers the top plus rear window panel integrated into one piece preventing dust from entering back into the cab from behind the occupants while driving.  The tautness and fit is like that of a finely tailored suit and resists sagging extremely well.  Also, when installed properly with a windshield, this system can be trailered.  All this is made possible through the innovative new ‘Quickfit’ tightening system.  Charles Kim, VP of Product Development & Marketing commented on the new tops “We premiered the tops at the Indianapolis Dealer Expo and got a great reaction especially about the seamless integration with our new line of Versa-Shield windshields.” The tops are fully compatible with Seizmik Light Bars, Windshields, and Hood Rack Systems.
The tops retail for MSRP $130 and are available at powersports dealers across the nation
About Seizmik
Based just outside of Raleigh, NC, Seizmik is a leading UTV accessory maker. For 9 years, Seizmik has focused on meeting the needs of UTV users through innovative solutions. Seizmik invites the UTV community to comment on its new website and sign up for its monthly newsletter.
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