Category Archive: Can-Am Outlander 800/1000

Aug 03

Can-Am Outlander 650/800/1000 Radiator Relocation/Snorkel Combo Kit 12-17 $380.00 with Free Shipping!

This combo kit comes with The Wild Boar radiator relocation kit is the best in the market, they are powder coated and made of Steel to last in the harshest conditions. The Kits will come with all the hardware needed to mount the radiator on the front rack of your ATV.   WE OFFER A GREAT QUALITY COMPREHENSIBLE …

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Sep 08

Can-am Outlander 800/1000 2012-up Radiator Relocation Kit $180.00

Can-am Outlander 800/1000 2012-up Radiator Relocation Kit $180.00 The Wild Boar radiator relocation kit is the best in the market, they are powder coated and made of Steel to last in the harshest conditions. The Kits will come with everything you need to mount the radiator on the front rack of your ATV. Nothing will kill …

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Feb 12

Can-am Outlander 800/1000 2012-up Radiator Relocation Kit

The Wild Boar radiator relocation kit is the best in the market, they are powder coated and made of Steel to last in the harshest conditions. The Kits will come with everything you need to mount the radiator on the front rack of your ATV. Nothing will kill a ride faster than your ATV overheating. Nothing …

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Jan 22

Can-Am Outlander/Max/400/ 500/650/800 (06-up) – Complete Kit Free Shipping $170.00

The Wild Boar radiator relocation kit is the best in the market, they are powder coated and made of Steel to last in the harshest conditions. The Kits will come with everything you need to mount the radiator on the front rack of your ATV. Nothing will kill a ride faster than your ATV overheating. Nothing …

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Jan 21

Can-am Outlander 800/1000 2012-up Radiator Relocation Kit $170.00

The Wild Boar radiator relocation kit is the best in the market, they are powder coated and made of Steel to last in the harshest conditions. The Kits will come with everything you need to mount the radiator on the front rack of your ATV. Nothing will kill a ride faster than your ATV overheating. Nothing …

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