Time for Spring Clean Up

The Easter holiday is over as well as everyone’s Spring Break holidays so now it’s time to get serious about planting food plots for the summer and the fall hunting season. Moose Utility Division is a group of enthusiasts that share your passion for the outdoors along with the desire to be looking ahead to the “next season”. Not only do we offer an industry-leading offering of sprayers and spreaders, we are your one-stop shopping source for additional implements to make your time in the field worthwhile.

The winter season may have brought down timber to your hunting lease, but our winches are a great way to safely clear riding trails. In addition to that, we have a full line of hitches for towing trailers for additional clearing as well as racks and bag systems which will allow you to haul all your gear in the first trip. If you are running a UTV you can cap it all off with windshields, roof tops or one of our Expedition Cab Systems that will keep you out of the elements this spring! Regardless of what you ae trying to accomplish, we have you covered!

Be sure to stay tuned to http://www.mooseutilities.com/ for the latest updates, gear and accessories. You can also follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for the most up-to-date news from Moose Utility Division.

Open Houses
April 15, 2018
Cycle Works
1210 E. Lincoln Ave.
Goshen, IN
Phone: (574)533-3450
More Information http://www.cycleworksofgoshen.com/about

FEATURED PRODUCT:
CV Boot Clamps

Making life easier on our dealers and customers is a constant pursuit at Moose Utility Division. We are always looking for additional ways to cut down on installation times for our products which afford you more time on the trail. One of the most frequently replaced items on a unit is the CV Boots and it can be difficult to get a tool on conventional ones in an effort to get them tightened down properly.
Our new CV Boot Clamps feature an “ear clamp style” which is easier and faster to install because there is no threading clamp tail that feeds into a banding tool nose and mandrel. What this means is that there is no banding tool required to tighten and you can use everyday tools like pincher-style pliers, large side cutters or ear-clamp pliers. They are innovative to say the least and you can check them out here http://www.mooseutilities.com/

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