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Mounting Bracket Makes Radio and Intercom Installation a Breeze for Teryx Owners

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Mounting a radio and intercom in your Kawasaki Teryx has never been easier. Rugged Race Products is proud to introduce their newest mounting bracket that allows you to mount a RRP600 Intercom andVertex VX2200 Radio instead of the stock cup holder. Fits the RRP600 Intercom, Vertex VX2200 Radio and has a hole for Master Comms switch on the left (or whatever you want) and hole mount PTT on the right


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