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    If you live in an area with moderate winters, you are likely to ride your machine all year round. But you can do it even in freezing cold weather in winter using high-quality heated gear from a respected brand. To feel safe and comfortable on the trail or when plowing your property, we recommend...
    Sometimes adding an extra layer of clothing is a good idea if you want to remain warm and protected during a winter trip, but more clothes mean that your movements could be restricted, which reduces your riding comfort and make it unsafe. Today, you can find a more elegant solution to the...
  3. General ATV / UTV Discussion
    Ok, I've wired a number of winches and heated grips before. They have all worked and I never had issues. Almost all my work was done on Yamaha's. Now it's my 2012 Brute. I don't run a ton of accessories. Heated grips and a winch. Possibly a RAM spot light in the accessory outlet. I believe...
  4. Yamaha Forum
    <h1 class="style1">Tech tip: Moose Winter Pak Heated Grip Install on a Grizz 700</h1> <p class="style1">The following is a writeup for the install of Moose Winter Pak on an 07 Grizz. Install was very easy. Biggest decision I had was where to make the splice for the power. The directions said...
  5. General ATV / UTV Discussion
    This topic has been moved to Accessories.
  6. Accessories
    Who makes a good set of heated grips? I currently have Moose Utility heated grips and I am very unhappy with them. They mount to the handlebars by a very cheap mount. I just snapped off my second control box for these grips. It is now Gorrilla glued to my dash panel. The wires are of such a thin...
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