ATV High Rise ATV Complete Plow System by Kolpin

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Dual pivoting articulating frame provides an impressive lift height with the plowing control of a mid-chassis mount.
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ATV High Rise ATV Complete Plow System by Kolpin

Kolpin created the right plow system that allows for the lift height wanted with a front mount with the structural integrity of a mid-mount system.

Kolpin ATV High Rise ATV Complete Plow System Features:

  • Integrated structural pivot box is fully assembled
  • Stronger,redesigned blade pivot box with 11 blade angel positions
  • Ergonomic pivot handle provides improved leverage
  • Multi-wide blade mounting system
  • Dual pivoting articulating frame provides an impressive lift height with the plowing control of a mid-chassis mount
  • Heavy-Duty square tube steel chassis with strategic reinforcements
  • Uses existing Cycle Country mid-chassis mounts
  • Steel blades are 17” high,stamped and welded for structural rigidity

Blade Options

Cycle Country UTV Snow Plow Systems are considered to be the best quality and most versatile UTV Snow Plow systems around. Choose from 3 different blade types that each have been uniquely designed to tackle certain problems.

Straight Plow: a straight blade made from high grade steel, finished off with a weather resistant paint that will keep the blade protected from countless hours of use, abuse and exposure to the elements.

State Plow: a tapered plow blade designed to help funnel the snow up and over a curb or higher snow ground. Also made from high grade steel.

Poly XT Plow: manufactured from lightweight poly composite material - is quitter to operate as there is no steel being dinged away by rocks and gravel. Supported by a unique rib pattern design to keep the blades extended. The lightweight nature of this blade makes it easier to install, uninstall and store.

 

Below is a condensed list of available model-specific plow mounts. We do carry mounts for other makes and older ATVs as well. Please call us at 1.800.920.7574 to check availability for your ATV.

 Fits the Following Makes / Models / Years:
Add and Optional Blade Lift:
 Makes:   Models (Years):   Mount No.:
  Recommended Blade Width:
Manual (1):
Quick (2):
Electric (3):
 Arctic Cat    366 4x4 (2008-2013)  566939  48"-54" steel / 52" state / 52" poly
Yes Yes Yes
 400 4x4 (2005-2013)  566364  54" steel / 52" state / 52" poly
Yes Yes Yes
 500 4x4 (2005-2003)  566364
 54"-60" steel / 52"-60" state / 52"-66" poly Yes Yes Yes
 550 4x4 (2009-2013)  566364  54"-60" steel / 52"-60" state / 52"-66" poly Yes Yes Yes
 650 4x4 (2005-2013)  566364  54"-60" steel / 52"-60" state / 52"-66" poly Yes Yes Yes
 700 4x4 (2006-2013)  566364  54"-60" steel / 52"-60" state / 52"-66" poly Yes Yes Yes
 700 4x4 Diesel (2007-2013)  566364  54"-60" steel / 52"-60" state / 52"-66" poly Yes Yes Yes
 1000 4x4 (2008-2013)  566364  54"-60" steel / 52"-60" state / 52"-66" poly Yes Yes Yes
 Can Am  400 Outlander (2005-2014)  566473  54"-60" steel / 52"-60" state / 52"-66" poly Yes   Yes
 500 Renegade (2008-2012)  566473  48"-54" steel / 52" state / 52" poly Yes   Yes
 500 Outlander (2007-2012)  566473  54"-60" steel / 52"-60" state / 52"-66" poly Yes   Yes
 650 Outlander (2006-2012)  566473  54"-60" steel / 52"-60" state / 52"-66" poly Yes   Yes
 800 Outlander (2006-2012)  566473  54"-60" steel / 52"-60" state / 52"-66" poly Yes   Yes
 800 Renegade (2007-2012)  566473  54" steel / 52" state / 52" poly Yes   Yes
 800 Outlander (2012-2014  567083 54"-60" steel / 52"-60" state / 52"-66" poly Yes   Yes
1000 Outlander (2012-2014) 567083 54" - 60" Steel / 52" State / 52" poly Yes   Yes
 Honda   TRX 250 Recon (2003-2012)  566368  48"-54" steel / 52" poly Yes Yes Yes
  TRX 350 (2004-2006)  566369  48"-54" steel / 52" poly Yes Yes Yes
  TRX 400 Rancher (2004-2007)  566369  48"-54" steel / 52" state / 52" poly Yes Yes Yes
  TRX 420 Rancher (2007-2013)  566391  48"-60" steel / 52" state / 52"-60" poly Yes Yes Yes
  TRX 420 Rancher (2014)  567128  54"-60" steel / 52"-60" state / 52"-66" poly Yes Yes Yes
  TRX 500 Foreman (2005-2011)  566375  All Yes Yes Yes
  TRX 500 Foreman (2012-2013) 567072 All Yes Yes Yes
  TRX 500 Rubicon (2005-2014)  566375  All Yes Yes Yes
  TRX650 Rincon (2003-2005) 566309 All Yes Yes Yes
  TRX 680Rincon (2006-2014)  566309  All Yes Yes Yes
 Kawasaki  250 Bayou 2x4 (2002-2008)  566338  48" steel Yes Yes Yes
 360 Prairie (2002-2012)  566314  48"-54" steel / 52" state / 52" poly Yes Yes Yes
 650 Brute Force 4x4 (2005-2011)  566339  54"-60" steel / 52"-60" state / 52"-66" poly Yes Yes Yes
 650 Brute Force 4x4i (2006-2010)  566363  54"-60" steel / 52"-60" state / 52"-66" poly Yes Yes Yes
 700 Twin Prairie 4x4 (2004-2006)  566339  54"-60" steel / 52"-60" state / 52"-60" poly Yes Yes Yes
 750 Brute Force 4x4i (2005-2014)  566363  54"-60" steel / 52"-60" state / 52"-66" poly Yes Yes Yes
 Polaris  300 Hawkeye/Sportsman (2006-2008)  566387  48"-54" steel / 52" poly Yes   Yes
 400 Sportsman H.O. (2008-2010)  566387  48"-60" steel / 52" state / 52" poly Yes    
 400 Sportsman H.O. (2011)  566353  54"-60" steel / 52" state / 52" poly Yes    
 450 Sportsman (2006-2007)  566353  54"-60" steel / 52" state / 52"- 60" poly Yes   Yes
 500 Sportsman H.O & EFI (2003-2010)  566353  54"-60" steel / 52"-60" state / 52"-66" poly Yes   Yes
 500 Sportsman X2 (2006-2010)  566424  54"-60" steel / 52"-60" state / 52"-66" poly Yes   Yes
 550 Sportsman (All) (2009-2014)  566430  54"-60" steel / 52"-60" state / 52"-66" poly Yes   Yes
700 Sportsman (2002-2007) 566353  54"-60" steel / 52"-60" state / 52"-66" poly Yes   Yes
 700 Sportsman X2 (2008-2010)  566424  54"-60" steel / 52"-60" state / 52"-66" poly Yes   Yes
 800 Sportsman (2005-2010)  566353  54"-60" steel / 52"-60" state / 52"-66" poly Yes   Yes
 800 Sportsman X2 (2007-2010)  566424  54"-60" steel / 52"-60" state / 52"-66" poly Yes   Yes
 850 Sportsman (All) (2009-2014)  566430  54"-60" steel / 52"-60" state / 52"-66" poly Yes   Yes
 Suzuki       400 Eiger (2005-2007)  566373  48"-54" steel / 52"state / 52" poly Yes Yes  Yes
 400 King Quad (2008-2011)  566373  48"-54" steel / 52"state / 52" poly  Yes  Yes  Yes
 450 King Quad (2008-2010)  566366  54"-60" steel / 52"-60" state / 52"-60" poly  Yes  Yes  Yes
 500 King Quad (2009-2014)  566366  54"-60" / 60"steel / 52"-60" state / 52"-60" poly  Yes  Yes  Yes
 500 Vinson (2002-2007)  566350  48"-54" steel / 52"state / 52" poly  Yes  Yes  Yes
 700 King Quad (2005-2007)  566366  54"-60" / 60"steel / 52"-60" state / 52"-60" poly  Yes  Yes  Yes
 750 King Quad (2008-2014)  566366  54"-60" / 60"steel / 52"-60" state / 52"-60" poly  Yes  Yes  Yes
 Yamaha         350 Grizzly (2007-2014)  566354  48"-54" steel / 52" poly  Yes  Yes  Yes
 400 Big Bear (2000-2011)  566352  48"-54" steel / 52"state / 52" poly  Yes  Yes  Yes
 400 Kodiak (2003-2006)  566354  48"-54" steel / 52"state / 52" poly  Yes  Yes  Yes
 450 Grizzly (2007-2014)  566354  48"-54" steel / 52"state / 52" poly  Yes  Yes  Yes
 450 Wolverine (2006-2007)  566388  48"-54" steel / 52"state / 52" poly  Yes  Yes  Yes
 550 Grizzly (2009-2014)  566455  54"-60" steel / 52"-60" state / 52"-66" poly  Yes  Yes  Yes
 660 Grizzly (2002-2008)  566455  54"-60" steel / 52"-60" state / 52"-66" poly  Yes  Yes  Yes
 700 Grizzly (2007-2014)  566455  54"-60" steel / 52"-60" state / 52"-66" poly  Yes  Yes  Yes
Warning: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

2017 Fitments

  • 2017 Sportsman ACE 570/900 SP
  • 2017 Rubicon 500
  • 2017 Rincon 680
  • 2017 Recon 250
  • 2017 Rancher TRX 420
  • 2017 Outlander 650/850/1000
  • 2017 Kodiak 700
  • 2017 KingQuad 750
  • 2017 KingQuad 400/500
  • 2017 Grizzly 700
  • 2017 Foreman 500
  • 2017 Brute Force 750

2016 Fitments

  • 2016 Utility ATV 300/500/1000
  • 2016 Sportsman ACE
  • 2016 Sportsman ACE 900 SP
  • 2016 Sportsman ACE 570/900 SP
  • 2016 Sportsman ACE 570
  • 2016 Rubicon 500
  • 2016 Rincon 680
  • 2016 Recon 250
  • 2016 Rancher TRX 420
  • 2016 Outlander 570/650/850/1000
  • 2016 Kodiak 700
  • 2016 KingQuad 750
  • 2016 KingQuad 400/500
  • 2016 Grizzly 700
  • 2016 Foreman 500
  • 2016 Brute Force 750

2015 Fitments

  • 2015 Utility ATV 400/450/500/700/1000
  • 2015 Sportsman ACE
  • 2015 Sportsman 570
  • 2015 Rubicon 500
  • 2015 Rincon 680
  • 2015 Recon 250
  • 2015 Rancher TRX 420
  • 2015 Outlander 500/650/800/1000
  • 2015 KingQuad 750
  • 2015 KingQuad 400/500
  • 2015 Grizzly 550/700
  • 2015 Foreman 500
  • 2015 Brute Force 750

2014 Fitments

  • 2014 Utility ATV 400/450/500/550/700/1000
  • 2014 Sportsman XP 550/850
  • 2014 Sportsman ACE
  • 2014 Sportsman 570
  • 2014 Sportsman 400/500/600/700/800
  • 2014 Rubicon 500
  • 2014 Rincon 680
  • 2014 Recon 250
  • 2014 Rancher 420
  • 2014 Outlander 500/650/800/1000
  • 2014 Outlander 400
  • 2014 KingQuad 750
  • 2014 KingQuad 400/500
  • 2014 Grizzly 550/700
  • 2014 Foreman 500
  • 2014 Brute Force 750
  • 2014 Brute Force 650

2013 Fitments

  • 2013 Utility ATV 400/450/500/550/700/1000
  • 2013 Sportsman XP 550/850
  • 2013 Sportsman 450/550
  • 2013 Sportsman 400/500/600/700/800
  • 2013 Rubicon 500
  • 2013 Rincon 680
  • 2013 Recon 250
  • 2013 Rancher 420
  • 2013 Prairie 360
  • 2013 Outlander 500/650/800/1000
  • 2013 Outlander 400
  • 2013 KingQuad 750
  • 2013 KingQuad 400/500
  • 2013 Grizzly 550/700
  • 2013 Grizzly 450
  • 2013 FourTrax Rincon Base
  • 2013 Foreman 500
  • 2013 Brute Force 750
  • 2013 Brute Force 650

2012 Fitments

  • 2012 Utility ATV 425/450/550/700/1000
  • 2012 Sportsman XP 550/850
  • 2012 Sportsman 450/550
  • 2012 Sportsman 400/500/600/700/800
  • 2012 Rubicon 500
  • 2012 Rincon 680
  • 2012 Recon 250
  • 2012 Rancher 420
  • 2012 Prairie 360
  • 2012 Outlander 800/1000
  • 2012 Outlander 400/500/650
  • 2012 KingQuad 750
  • 2012 KingQuad 400/450/500
  • 2012 Grizzly 550/700
  • 2012 Grizzly 300/350/450
  • 2012 FourTrax Rincon Base
  • 2012 Foreman 500
  • 2012 Brute Force 750
  • 2012 Brute Force 650
  • 2012 Brute Force 300
  • 2012 Big Bear 400

2011 Fitments

  • 2011 Utility ATV 425/450/550/650/700/1000
  • 2011 Sportsman XP 550/850
  • 2011 Sportsman 400/500/600/700/800
  • 2011 Rubicon 500
  • 2011 Rincon 680
  • 2011 Recon 250
  • 2011 Rancher 420
  • 2011 Prairie 360
  • 2011 Outlander 800
  • 2011 Outlander 400/500/650
  • 2011 KingQuad 750
  • 2011 KingQuad 400/500
  • 2011 Grizzly 550/700
  • 2011 Grizzly 350/450
  • 2011 FourTrax Rincon Base
  • 2011 Foreman 500
  • 2011 Brute Force 750
  • 2011 Brute Force 650
  • 2011 Big Bear 400

2010 Fitments

  • 2010 Utility ATV 450/550/650/700
  • 2010 Sportsman XP 550/850
  • 2010 Sportsman 400/500/600/700/800
  • 2010 Sportsman 300
  • 2010 Rubicon 500
  • 2010 Rincon 680
  • 2010 Recon 250
  • 2010 Rancher 420
  • 2010 Prairie 360
  • 2010 Outlander 800
  • 2010 Outlander 400/500/650
  • 2010 KingQuad 750
  • 2010 KingQuad 400/450/500
  • 2010 Grizzly 550/700
  • 2010 Grizzly 350/450
  • 2010 Foreman 500
  • 2010 Brute Force 750
  • 2010 Brute Force 650
  • 2010 Big Bear 400

2009 Fitments

  • 2009 Utility ATV 250/300/500/550/700
  • 2009 Sportsman XP 550/850
  • 2009 Sportsman 400/500/600/700/800
  • 2009 Sportsman 300
  • 2009 Rubicon 500
  • 2009 Rubicon 500
  • 2009 Rincon 680
  • 2009 Recon 250
  • 2009 Rancher 420
  • 2009 Prairie 360
  • 2009 Outlander 800
  • 2009 Outlander 400/500/650
  • 2009 KingQuad 750
  • 2009 KingQuad 400/450/500
  • 2009 Grizzly 550/700
  • 2009 Grizzly 350/450
  • 2009 Foreman 500
  • 2009 Brute Force 750
  • 2009 Brute Force 650
  • 2009 Big Bear 400
  • 2009 Big Bear 250

2008 Fitments

  • 2008 Utility ATV 250/400/500/650/700
  • 2008 Sportsman 400/500/600/700/800
  • 2008 Sportsman 300
  • 2008 Rincon 680
  • 2008 Prairie 360
  • 2008 Outlander 800
  • 2008 Outlander 400/500/650
  • 2008 KingQuad 400/450/750
  • 2008 Grizzly 660/700
  • 2008 Grizzly 350/400/450
  • 2008 Brute Force 750
  • 2008 Brute Force 650
  • 2008 Big Bear 400
  • 2008 Big Bear 250

2007 Fitments

  • 2007 Utility ATV 250/400/500/650/700
  • 2007 Sportsman 450/550
  • 2007 Sportsman 450 4x4
  • 2007 Sportsman 400/500/600/700/800
  • 2007 Prairie 360
  • 2007 Outlander 400/500/650
  • 2007 Outlander 400/500/600
  • 2007 KingQuad 450/700
  • 2007 Grizzly 660/700
  • 2007 Grizzly 550/700
  • 2007 Grizzly 450
  • 2007 Grizzly 400
  • 2007 Grizzly 350/400/450
  • 2007 Foreman 500
  • 2007 Brute Force 750
  • 2007 Brute Force 650
  • 2007 Big Bear 400
  • 2007 Big Bear 250

2006 Fitments

  • 2006 Utility ATV 250/400/500/650
  • 2006 Sportsman 450/550
  • 2006 Sportsman 400/500/600/700/800
  • 2006 Rancher 350
  • 2006 Prairie 700
  • 2006 Prairie 360
  • 2006 Kodiak 450
  • 2006 KingQuad 700
  • 2006 Brute Force 750
  • 2006 Brute Force 650

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Application

                                                                                MID-BODY ATV MOUNT NO. 15-XXXX, ALL MOUNT NO. 15-0050 

                                                                Before you begin, please read these instructions and check to be sure all parts and tools are          

                                                   accounted for. The following instructions contain details required to install and service the contents of this kit. 

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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS 

Congratulations! You’ve just purchased one of the industry’s top plow system component. The High Rise Plow Push Frame works great for all types of plowing. With proper care and maintenance, your plow push frame will last for many years! 

The blade pivot gear design allows the operator to select multiple angled left-or-right positions, and also incorporates a spring-loaded ’trip’ system that allows the blade to handle impacts with small obstructions. The double-pivot system allows the plow blade to be raised higher than conventional mid-body plow frames, thus increasing ground clearance ‘terrain-ability’. Additionally, this plow frame will handle light to medium-duty summer landscape work

NOTICE 

Plow operation requires  

additional components for operation:

High Rise Blade or Cycle Country Blade,

Winch Kit, Mid-Body ATV Plow Mount * 

Please read and understand all assembly instructions, notices and warnings before assembling and operating your plow system.

Follow these guidelines to ensure satisfactory operation:

  •  Read this manual and your ATV operators manual before use.
  •  Periodically check for wear and tightness of all fasteners. Replace or re-torque fasteners as necessary.
  •  Before first use, set plow in the furthest right or left angled position to check for clearance between the plow and front tires.
  •  Operate with extreme caution on slopes and rough terrain. Be familiar with the area before you plow.
  •  Be aware of immovable objects that could be hidden in the area you are plowing.
  •  To avoid damage when pushing snow into a pile, reverse direction before raising the plow blade.
  •  Do not ram the plow blade into piles of snow. **Slow down before hitting a pile.**
  •  For best results, set the suspension preload of your ATV to the stiffest setting.
  •  To reduce steering effort and increase mobility, set the air pressure of your tires to the maximum pressure specification.
  •  The plow skids are adjustable. General skid setting is even with the plow wear bar bottom edge, higher settings reduce the chance of rocks and gravel from being collected.  
  •  To increase traction during plow operation, operators can try: Securing weight to the ATV for additional tire downforce, reducing tire air pressure, or installing tire chains.
  •  The plow blade assembly is designed to ‘trip’ when it strikes an object or digs in too far. When pressure is released, the plow springs back into position. Spring tension can be increased by tightening the locknuts on the bottom of the eyebolts. For less spring tension, loosen the locknuts.
  •  Always wear appropriate protective clothing as recommended in ATV’s operator’s manual.
  •  Keep away from blade and moving parts during operation

SAFETY INFORMATION

Our plow systems were designed with your safety in mind. Please read and understand all Cautions, Notices and Warnings in this manual before you begin. In order to protect you and your ATV, certain parts of the plow system and/or hardware are designed to fail when the equipment is over-stressed.
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BEFORE YOU BEGIN:                                                                                                                                TOOLS REQUIRED: 

  •  Your Kolpin accessory is exclusively designed for your vehicle.                                                                 10mm wrench
  •  Please read and understand all instructions.                                                                                                 13mm Wrench 
  •  Verify all parts and tools are accounted for.                                                                                                   13mm Socket
  •  To ensure a satisfactory installation, follow all steps correctly and in the sequence described.                  17mm wrench 
  •  Keep these instructions for future reference or for informational requests.                                                   17mm socket
  •  To facilitate installation, make sure that your                                                                                                  19mm wrenc
  •  vehicle is clean and free of debris.                                                                                                                19mm socket 
  •  All directions referring to right and left are when the                                                                                       Long nose pliers or spring puller or

                                                                                                                                                                              shoestring sized rope                                                                            rider is sitting on the machine

APPROXIMATE ASSEMBLY TIME: 15 minutes

Note: The High Rise Plow Push Frame kit comes mostly assembled from factory.  Some assembly is required. 

RE-TORQUE ALL BOLTS AND NUTS AFTER THE FIRST 30 MINUTES OF USE. 

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Kit Contents (continued): 

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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS: 

LOCK HANDLE INSTALLATION:

1. Position the handle assembly, item #30, into the pivot frame assembly. Lock handle assembly into place as shown in picture. (See illustration 1-1) 

2. Attach the tension spring, item #33, into the holes in the handle assembly and pivot frame assembly as shown in picture. Using a rope or a spring puller to pull on the higher side allows for easy installation of spring. (See illustration 1-2)

3. Install M6 hex bolt, item #13, and M6 lock washer, item #17, in the side plate hole as shown in picture. (See illustration 1-3)
4. Secure the plastic cover cap, item #32, into place as shown in picture. (See illustration 1-4)

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PUSH FRAME INSTALLATION  

ONTO BLADE ASSEMBLY

1. If you purchased the High Rise blade, use the widest position on pivot frame assembly. (See illustration 2-1)
2. If you purchased a Cycle Country blade, use the narrowest position on the pivot frame assembly. (See illustration 2-2)

3. Attach blade spring brackets, items #24 and #25, to top pivot using M8 carriage bolts, item #2, with M8 hex nuts, item #16, and tube reinforcement plates, item #27. Fasten to the side pivot using M8 carriage bolts, item #3, and M8 hex flange nuts, item #18, as shown in picture. (See illustration 2-3) 

4 Attach the assembled push frame to blade. Insert M12 hex bolts, item #8, thru the M12 washers, item #6, and holes and fasten the push frame to the blade using M12 hex nuts, item #15. Bolt should be tight enough to not move, but the blade must rotate freely. (See illustration 2-4) 

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PUSH FRAME INSTALLATION  

ONTO BLADE ASSEMBLY

(continued): 

5. Assemble blade trip springs, item #20, and eyebolts (item #5 for High Rise or item #4 for Cycle Country blade)      between the blade assembly and the pivot spring brackets. Thread M8 hex nylon nuts, item #16, onto the eyebolts until 2-3 threads show thru the locking feature. (See illustration 3-1) 

6. For the High Rise blade (widest), install the blade stoppers, item #35. Fasten with M10 hex bolt, item #11, and M10 hex nuts, item #14, as shown in       picture. (See illustration 3-2) 

NOTE: Do not tighten fasteners  at this time. 

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PUSH FRAME INSTALLATION  

ONTO BLADE ASSEMBLY

(continued): 

7. For the Cycle Country blade (narrowest), install the blade stoppers, item #35. Fasten with M10 hex bolt, item #11, and M10 hex nuts, item #14, as shown in picture.  (See illustration 3 -3) 

NOTE: Do not tighten fasteners  at this time. 

8. Adjustment blocks should be installed in position 1 for the High Rise blade. Tighten fasteners once adjusted. (See illustration 3-4) 

*Use position 2 or max position for  the Cycle Country blades

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BLADE STOPPER ADJUSTMENT 

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SPARE KITS: 

See the table on page 10 for a full description. 

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SPARE KITS (continued):

See the table on page 10 for a full description.

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