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Custom Utility Terrain Vehicles takeover the Massive Workloa

 
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PostPosted: Wed Apr 22, 2009 5:28 am    Post subject: Custom Utility Terrain Vehicles takeover the Massive Workloa Reply with quote

UTVConcepts.com reveals well-built and custom-made utility terrain vehicles that are best suited for any adventurer.

Phoenix, AZ, April 22, 2009 -- In response to a growing demand of UTV owners needing more power and durability in their UTV’s to let them tackle tougher jobs, UTV concepts opens up a preview website highlighting their best services along with pictures of some of the well-equipped custom utility terrain vehicles made.

UTV Concepts started with founder Bill “Bohica” Sinosky and has since assumed the role as head designer. He has maintained a history of transforming standard all-terrain vehicles and utility terrain vehicles into powerful transporters that are geared towards adventurers. Sinosky is very meticulous when it comes to designing and metalworking, which explains why all of his products have above-average construction quality. His expertise in metalwork led him to be the designer of custom products for Paul Yaffe who is a world-renowned bike builder.

Sinosky’s mission is to make sure he and his design team do everything they can in enhancing utility terrain vehicles by choosing the right UTV accessories that matter the most. Both looks and durability are scrutinized and the pictures of the various custom utility terrain vehicles shown on the UTV Concepts homepage demonstrate that his mission continues to be fulfilled.

According to the site's homepage, UTV Concepts currently offers a line of accessories for the Polaris RZR and Kawasaki Teryx models – two of the popular Side by Side UTV’s. Accessories include extra lights for better visibility when travelling at night. An aluminum-made stereo and speaker rack can also be mounted on the top for an added entertainment factor.

Both the Polaris RZR and Kawasaki Teryx models fail to provide space for a spare tire. UTV Concepts offers a special accessory that allows an additional tire to be placed on the vehicle. Some safety features can be added as well for better durability and protection against elements by placing a rear bumper and slider. These accessories will support more models in the future including the Arctic Cat Prowler, Kawasaki Mule, and Polaris Ranger.

Site visitors from the US or Canada may check out the dealer locator to find places that sell UTV Concepts accessories. People can then call the contact number listed to get more information in getting their Utility Terrain Vehicle modified with the new accessories. With over 100 years in manufacturing experience, UTV Concepts continues to go strong in making the latest Ultra Terrain Vehicles better than ever in withstanding tough conditions for adventurers.

Contact:
Gregg Ghelfi
UTV Concepts
21602 N. 2nd Avenue, Suite1
Phoenix, AZ 85027
866-575-9876
novelconceptstudio1@gmail.com
http://www.utvconcepts.com
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