Suzuki King Quad 450/500/700/750 (2005-2020) - Radiator Relocation Kit

Suzuki King Quad 450/500/700/750 (2005-2020) - Radiator Relocation Kit
Brand: Wild Boar ATV
Product Code: 2121
Availability: In Stock
$179.00 & Free Shipping

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Wild Boar Radiator Relocation Kit for Suzuki King Quad 450/500/700/750 (2005-2020)

We all know that the second you purchase your new Suzuki King Quad, you're going to want to go hit the trails.Whether you live in the north receiving multiple feet of snow or live in the south where the gator swamps are, you run risk of clogging your radiator and over heating your machine. Here at Wild Boar we offer a solution to keep your King Quad running all day no matter what kind of weather you're in.

Here at Wild Boar we understand the frustration of having to stop every 20 minutes because your machine won't keep cool. That's why we are happy to offer some of the best radiator relocation kits on the market. Keep your machine cool while riding in style with a radiator relocation kit for your Suzuki. These kits are all Steel construction, complete kits that include all the necessary mounting hardware you will need. Laser cut and powder coated, this will not only be the most solid, but the best looking kit you'll see around.

Features & Benefits:
Kits include additional hose, mounting brackets, and all hardware necessary
Keeps your radiator out of the mud and snow
Makes cleaning and maintenance easier
Powder coated black for extra durability
V DeG on 09/18/2014
2 reviews
It does the job. Fits the '13 king quad 750 Perfectly, absolutely no issues at all!
ray schroeder on 01/15/2013
2 reviews
first id like to say awsome service and great shipping time...the Wild Boar kit is well put together and comes with all you need to relocate your rad...holes in the kit line up to your rack like they should and it is priced well...cant say the same for the Gorrila kit my buddy bought...Gorrila costs bout $30-$50 more...has less stuff that comes with it and my buddy had to drill holes to get it to fit on his rack since the predrilled didnt line up right correctly (and yes it was the correct kit) buddy was wishing he had gone with the Wild Boar in the 1st place.

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