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Race-Driven Inc. MudRat Rotors

Race-Driven Inc has announced the new MudRat rotor, which has been tested over numerous years in an effort to extend the life of brake pads in excessive mud and other abrasive conditions.

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Mud Rat Rotors

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Race-Driven Inc has announced the new MudRat rotor, which has been tested over numerous years in an effort to extend the life of brake pads in excessive mud and other abrasive conditions.

The MudRat Rotor is a solid rotor design which keeps mud and other abrasive materials from filling in the vent holes and prematurely wearing your brake pads and potentially damaging conventional rotors. Race-Driven found with numerous models, especially Can-Am Gen 2, that are driven in harsh mud conditions, the stock brake pads they come with do not hold up due to the continued wear from trapped abrasive materials.

Combine the MudRat Rotor with the Race-Driven Severe Duty Sintered Brake pads and hit the mud with confidence. The New MudRat Rotor is offered for many popular models such as Yamaha Grizzly 550 & 700, Polaris Sportsman, Ranger, RZR, Scrambler and Can-Am Outlander and Renegade’s.

Retail Prices for the MudRat Rotors starting as low as $29.95 and Race-Driven Sever Duty Sintered brake pads starting as low as $14.95.

For more information: Race-Driven.com or call 906-420-8009.

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