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    Great Day Quick-Draw Overhead UTV Bow Rack

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    Product Description

    Make sure and keep your bow high and dry with the Great Day Quick-Draw Overhead UTV Bow Rack. The QuickDraw Overhead Bow Rack is the perfect way to transport a bow on a utility vehicle. The Overhead Bow Rack holds your bow securely in the inside roof area of the UTV. It has two soft, cushioned cradles that prevent any disturbance to the bow’s settings. Also, for utility vehicles with covers on the top, the bow is totally protected from the elements.

    The unique mounting system that installs in just minutes without any drilling or bolting. It features super-soft foam holding cradles that provide easy access and secure transport. the Quick Draw Overhead Bow Rack installs on UTV’s with regular tops (Will not work on tops that prevents access to rear top frame). Best of all, it's positioned high and forward to allow the quiver to stay installed---ready for action!

    Made with pride in the USA!

    Specifications and additional product information
    QD850OBR fits:
    23-28 inches front to back - upper roof frames)

    Polaris Ranger 500
    Polaris Ranger 800
    Kabota RTV 500
    Kawasaki Mule 610
    Kawasaki Mule 4010
    Honda Big Red

    QD851OBR fits:
    28-35 inches front to back - upper roof frames
    Kabota RTV 900
    Kabota RTV 1140 (4 seater)
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