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I need something to throw some of my smaller gear into and decided a hard-side front cargo box would fit my needs the best. Right now I'm looking at the Motovan, Kolpin & Cajun Dri-Stor.

Does anybody have any recommendations on what to get or even another brand to look at?

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I've been looking at the Moose Utilities Prospector front box. I want to put it on the back rack instead of the front.I don't want something bulky on the back plus I want to run full snorkles out the front.I think the size is 32"x15"x8". I like it cause it has the handles on the top so a person could still strap somethingto the top of it if needed.

A friend of mine had one of these on the front of his Grizz. He rolled his bike twice andthe boxheld up quite well. Only smashed the reflectors off.:tg:




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have you gave tamarack boxes a look i have one of there rear boxes and i love it it has heated hand grips and a heated seat take a look at http://www.tamarackatv.com

see if they have anything that takes your fancy.
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I've got the Tamarack for the front and back.

I like them.








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thave the moose ones on my quad here is a pic. i can find the part #'s later if you need them or better pics this weekend.



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Ihave that kolpin.......I like it, nice box for thye money
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This box is made by Deflecta Sheild (sold under several names) and is $99 at my local Farm King. Measures 32" x 12" x 6"
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This box is made by Deflecta Sheild (sold under several names) and is $99 at my local Farm King. Measures 32" x 12" x 6"
that thing metal??? or molded plastic

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Looks nice
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OSOKILL wrote:
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This box is made by Deflecta Sheild (sold under several names) and is $99 at my local Farm King. Measures 32" x 12" x 6"
that thing metal??? or molded plastic


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