Utility and Work Vehicles (UTVs)

Kimtek FIRELITE Foam System Multiplies Fire Control Effectiveness

Skid units take foam advantages to remote areas
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Westmore, Vermont, April 1, 2010 –– Kimtek Corporation’s integrated “around-the-pump” foam system increases the fire control capacity of the company’s FIRELITE units providing firefighters greater effectiveness in remote or off-road firefighting situations. The rugged, lightweight FIRLITE wild land fire skid units offer quality construction at an affordable cost with foam systems designed for fast, flexible application. 

2010 Husqvarna HUV4414G XP

The best of both worlds
Written By: 
Bob Davis

As UTV manufacturers continue the process of refining and evolving their product lines, the mid-size segment of this market especially keeps getting better and better. Among the major players in the 4x4 mid-size segments are the Mule 610, the Ranger 400, the Club Car XRT950 and the new Husqvarna 4414. Husky's entry is the poster child for the philosophy of "less is more", but it offers all the goodies that mainstream UTV owners desire, such as four-wheel independent suspension, “shift-on-the-fly” four-wheel drive, sealed CVT, tilt-bed and a rugged brush guard.

Curtis Announces New ProSeries Cabs for UTV, Golf and Tractor Applications

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Worcester, Massachusetts – March 1, 2010 –– Curtis Industries, LLC announced a major product expansion for 2010 with its new line of ProSeries™ cabs. The ProSeries will include PathPro™ for UTVs, StreetPro™ for golf cars, and WorkPro™ for compact tractors. Each product group will include enclosure choices for all levels of applications: two soft-sided options, the Pro and the Pro SS, and a hard-sided option, the Pro SE.

The 2010 Polaris Ranger 800 6x6

Payload, Power, Storage Highlight New 800 6x6…
Written By: 
Bob Davis

For 2010, Polaris has refined and polished almost every aspect of its 6x6. Polaris says that it appeals to farmers, outdoorsmen, land owners, contractors and municipalities that need massive storage capacity with unmatched terrain capabilities.  We couldn’t agree more. Except to add that as UTV standards go, the six-wheeled beast is thunderously quick, both from a standstill and at speed. The 6x6 retains all of the key components that are so convincing to these buyers, but with significant improvements. “Just doing what the customer asks,” Polaris says. 

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