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Commander Battery Box for Odyssey PC925 Battery

Fits: Can-Am Commander 800 & 1000P/N: EMP-11431Works with Unisteer Power Steering too!Now, you can replace the weak stock battery with a Odyssey PC 925 (6-15/32" x 6-7/8" x 4-7/8") rugged dry cell battery. This is the last piece you needed to replace the stock battery. Simply, remove your stock battery box and replace with the EMP battery box. Mounts under the dash in the stock location.

Extreme Metal Products releases the RZR Flip UP Windshield

RZR Flip Up Windshield (DOT Rated) P/N: EMP-11215Now, you can have three windshields in one. The EMP Flip Up Windshield adjusts to three different positions; Open, Vented, or Fully Closed. Gas Filled struts hold the window open while parked or hunting. Latch holds window partially open or closed while riding.The top windshield is made from 1/4 inch thick Hard Coated Polycarbonate (MR-10) making it very durable and scratch resistant. Will not crack like cheaper Acrylic Plastic competitors are made of.

Georgia Court of Appeals Reverses Trail Court Ruling Regarding Yamaha Rhino, Orders Judgement for Yamaha

With Ruling in McTaggart vs Yamaha, Yamaha Now Victorious in all Rhino Cases that have Gone to Trial
CYPRESS, Calif. – NOVEMBER 15, 2011 – The Court of Appeals of Georgia today unanimously reversed a trial court’s May 2010 decision in favor of plaintiffs and ordered judgment for Yamaha in McTaggart vs Yamaha, a case involving an accident on a Yamaha Rhino. The Court of Appeals’ decision means that courts in all nine cases that have gone to trial have rejected plaintiffs' claims and found in favor of Yamaha.Yamaha stands firmly behind the Rhino and will continue to vigorously defend the product. The Rhino is a safe and useful off-road vehicle when driven responsibly, and has won virtually every “first in class” award and top safety ratings in independent reviews since its introduction.

Tech Tip - Gorilla Axle Install

Changing an Axle on the Can-Am Commander
Written By: 
John Arens and Wayne Davis

If you’ve got either a dirt toy or a band with an Axle in it, sooner or later you’re going to have problems. Just ask Slash and the other guys from Guns-N-Roses. Recently, when we came limping back to the shop with our Can-Am Commander, we had a dysfunctional axle of our own. Luckily for us, our axle problems were much easier to solve than those of Slash and the boys, and the only therapy needed was a little help from the guys at Gorilla Axle.


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