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New Alternator Kit for the Kawasaki Teryx


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UTV Crap has introduced an alternator kit for the Kawasaki Teryx that quickly and reliably boosts your Teryx charging capacity. With an additional 60 amps, there is no more worrying about adding lights, stereos or heated seats.

UTV Crap Teryx 750 60 Amp Alternator Kit.
Smaller 60 Amp Alternator
Easy 1 Wire Hook Up
2 Cog Style Pulleys for Less Horse Power Loss and Less Stress on the Crank
Heavy Duty Cog Style BeltCustom Billet Crank Mounts
$474.95 Complete Kit Ready to Bolt on!

UTV Crap also has an alternator kit for the Yamaha Rhino for $349.95

About UTV Crap:
UTV Crap sells, manufactures and installs: parts, accessories and suspension kits for all major UTVs. UTV Crap is located in Phoenix, AZ can can be reached online at www.utvcrap.com or by calling 623.934.3070

 

https://www.utvguide.net/new-alternator-kit-for-the-kawasaki-teryx/

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