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2005 King Quad 700 Frame Mount 2-Up Seat

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Hey all.

 

I am looking for any leads on a 2-Up for my KQ700.  I'm reading up here on regulations and it seems it needs to be factory or frame mounted, I can't strap it to the back rack as an example.  Anyone have any idea on brands, web sites, anything..?  Are they normally called "2-Up" ?  Should I be searching with a different term?

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I used to have a 700 king quad, what exactly is a 2-up? Dual seat built into rear cargo? I have this on my grizzly for a few years now and love it.

 

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Exactly that.  Here, the regulations state that in order to ride on Municipal streets and roads the seat must be permanent from the factory.  It cannot be removable.  I figure if I could find one specific to the 2005 Suz KQ700 where you remove the back rack and bolt the 2-Up there, that I could weld it to the frame where it bolts on.  Not factory but permanent   The rider also needs separate foot pegs from the driver.  Now that is for streets and roads.  My problem is that where I live I am locked in.  An impassable creek behind me, and Municipal roads I can't drive on but can cross 90 degrees when safe to do so. So I can travel the streets with a passenger as long as I meet the above, and then can cross Municipal roads I can't drive and can get to trails I municipal roads I can drive and thus escape!  😆

I can't see them being able to slap me with Highway traffic act or municipal By-Laws if I am back country.  So the fall back would be to ramp it into my F150, and offload it in the bush with the 2 up and my passenger

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Most of the rear boxes like the one I have mount to the rack with u-bolts. 

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