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    Front modular clips
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    Protodie Master and Vendor ProtoDie's Avatar
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    We have a new product coming to our website soon

    it is a 2 seat front modular clip,,,, almost identical to our SS1000 buggy nose,,
    had to make a few changes because the roll cage frame tubes tie into the nose with our actual SS frame
    it has all the same parts and allows the home builder to not worry about front suspension and steering design and performance

    So builders can get creative with the cock pit roll cage section of the build and weld the tubes right to the complete front clip and build off that.
    Then if needed can put our complete rear on the back saving a lot of time and engineering



    bare front clip $600





    complete front with no shocks. designed for 8 or 10" Fox air shocks















    then add the rear to the mod section cage





    a single seat version is coming soon. almost identical only narrower firewall
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    I'd take candy from a stranger if it looked anything like that. Looks sharp; good stuff.
    Dune 500
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    That's really nice looking, Jodi.
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    Pretty cool! Looks like it gives the builder the ability to mount the shocks where they want. Good idea!

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    Thanks guys

    Justin the shock mounts are welded in there is room to move them inboard for different shocks

    Singles seat version is designed and will be built next week
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    So Cool! Looks like a polaris rzr front gearcase would fit nicely up there... hmm... I like it!
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    single seat front clip is designed and being built right now.
    should have actual photos and it up on the website this week

    here is a link to the Front clip section
    Protodie Front clips


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    Single seat front clip is built, here are some pics and a link to the site

    Protodie front clips








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