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Logan Bryant

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Does anyone know of what other atvs rear grab bar would work?
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This may be a dumb question, but why not just use an outlaw bar? They are pretty easy to come by.
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There was some deals on some other makes, so I was just wondering on which ones would fit or come close to fitting. I ended up just ordering one made for an outlaw.
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What about a grab bar that would hold a number plate that won't get in the way of the exhaust ?!
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What about a grab bar that would hold a number plate that won't get in the way of the exhaust ?!


And with a really low bar that could actually be used to pick that rear end up out of the mud.  Its dang near impossible to lift my IRS out of the mud with most bars as they are too high and the rear of the outlaw IRS is pretty heavy. 

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