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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 04-09-2009, 01:10 PM Thread Starter
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Hello,

New user here, I`m the engineer for B&W offroad, not many have heard of us, but we developed and built HRT`s kit that went on his "yellow banana" rhino. We have kits complete with upgraded rear and front spindle , all 4130 sheetmetal arms( 3" and 6" long), fox shocks, shock tower and everything needed to make the suspension work good, let me know if anyone is interested.

We also have ranger kits with front double A arms, complete with spindles.

Every part is computer cad designed and engineered.

Right now we are working on rear disc brakes for the Rhino, and a new kit for the kawasaki teryx that will also have upgraded spindles.

....also I may be able to get a deal to whoever is interested

Thanks.

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No Respect at all anywhere until the 1000. I bought my cat because it was the undercat or (underdog) at the time because I cant stand being a follower. I wanted something different and sometimes its more painfull. Oh well.

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Thank you guys for the warm welcome, about artic cat who knows if there enough interest why not ?

we can design anything.

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Well now that the 1000cc cat is out I would think the demand should go up..

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Hello,

New user here, I`m the engineer for B&W offroad, not many have heard of us, but we developed and built HRT`s kit that went on his "yellow banana" rhino. We have kits complete with upgraded rear and front spindle , all 4130 sheetmetal arms( 3" and 6" long), fox shocks, shock tower and everything needed to make the suspension work good, let me know if anyone is interested.

We also have ranger kits with front double A arms, complete with spindles.

Every part is computer cad designed and engineered.

Right now we are working on rear disc brakes for the Rhino, and a new kit for the kawasaki teryx that will also have upgraded spindles.

....also I may be able to get a deal to whoever is interested

Thanks.

Jon
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Jon, welcome to Rhinotalk!

Just to clarify for everyone, HRT did use B&W for our first design. However, we now have newer generation designs that are designed and built by us.
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Jon, welcome to Rhinotalk!

Just to clarify for everyone, HRT did use B&W for our first design. However, we now have newer generation designs that are designed and built by us.
Hello HRT, good that you have new designs, do you have a link to your new kit I`m curious as a designer to see what you guys came up with.=)

the one on your website is still ours, man that thing has a lot of welding, but it was beautiful, a true work of metal art.

Thank you all again for the warm welcome.

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welcome....

I have seen the guys building arms at the hrt shop over the last couple of months doing business with HRT so I would think they are the builders. I am sure you do some great work but please do not try and misinform the members here!!

again welcome to the site!!! Lots of good info and fun crap here!!
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