There is Nothing Small About The New Marshall Motoart “Brutus”

| August 28, 2009 | 0 Comments
Marshall Motoart Brutus - Polaris RANGER HD

Marshall Motoart Brutus - Polaris RANGER HD

Marshall Motoart of Ogden, Utah thinks outside of the box when it comes to creating customized UTVs and their new “Brutus” is no exception.

The aptly named Brutus starts life as a three man Polaris RANGER HD and is built to be the ultimate head-turning people mover.

It sports a plus 8 inch long arm suspensions, electric power steering, and self-leveling rear shocks.

Twenty inch wheels and thirty five inch tires give Brutus a tuff look and a smooth ride. Out front are two ten inch LightFORCE composite lights, a Polaris 4500lb winch, and a unique bumper that is tied into the roll cage. A dimpled aluminum front skid slate finishes off the super aggressive front end.

Brutus by Marshall Motoart

Brutus by Marshall Motoart

Next the bed is removed to make way for the Marshall Motoart 5.5 man complete cage kit. This allows for rear passengers to safely and comfortably ride along in style.

The 5.5 man kit also is available in a back half kit. This allows you to remove your bed and bolt on the same seating arrangement asthe full cage kit. This makes it nice if you use your Polaris Ranger HD to plow and you have a cab or other items that fit your stock cage.

Both 5.5 kits have six cubic foot rear storage for your gear. Finishing off Brutus is an aluminum roof with hand-cut stars and all-weather upholstery headliner. Marshall Motoart can custom build a Brutus to fit your needs.

Brutus Specifications:

  • 2009 POLARIS Ranger XP HD
  • SUSPENSION: DOUBLE A?ARM WITH 9” TRAVEL
  • SHOCKS: FACTORY SELF LEVELING
  • WHEELS: 20” BALLISTIC OFROAD JESTERS
  • TIRES: 35” SUPER SWAMPER IROCK’S
  • TRACK WIDTH: 79”
  • WHEEL BASE: 86”
  • OVERALL HEIGHT: 83”
  • OVERALL LENGTH: 125”
  • GROUND CLEARANCE: 19”
  • SEATING CAPACITY: 5.5

Marshall Motorart can be found on the web at: www.marshallmotoart.com.

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Category: Custom Rides, New Products, Polaris

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