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EPI Front Heavy Duty Suspension Spring - 2008-13 Yamaha Rhino 700

Yamaha Rhino 700 EPI Front Suspension Spring

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Item #: 79-15455
Brand: EPI Performance Parts

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Did you know this buggy of yours will last for years if you upkeep wear parts? What's great is if you listen, the old girl will tell you what she needs. Say you're sagging or tilting to one side, you notice your tires are wearing unevenly, or maybe you're experiencing excessive bouncing. These are all signs that your UTV suspension springs have tired out from the stress. Unlike standard vehicles, offroad machines take a beating between added weight and unbalanced terrain. Which means your springs have more pressure than you could ever imagine. That's where these Rhino 700 Front Heavy Duty Suspension Springs by EPI come into play.

These SxS suspension springs are more durable and heavier than OEM springs by 25-percent. They boast an ISO approval, more or less stating these components meet or exceed international industry standards. The Rhino 700 coils have an important role in absorbing shock regardless of what offroad attachments you're rocking or what kind of terrain you're traveling. EPI forms these coils from chrome silicon, a material with high tolerance to extreme heat and shock. They will last longer and outperform even the trustworthy stock parts.


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  • Sold individually
  • Rated for 137 lbs.
  • High quality chrome silicon
  • Heavy duty springs are 25% heavier than stock
  • Ideal for use with accessories that add weight, such as plows, winches, cabs, trailers, etc.
  • ISO 9001:2000 certified
  • One-year manufacturer's warranty

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