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MB Quart MBQX-SUB-ACC-1 Secondary Subwoofer Mounting Bracket for Can-Am Maverick X3

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MB Quart MBQX-SUB-ACC-1 Secondary Subwoofer Mounting Bracket 

If you're adding a second MB Quart MBQX-SUB-2 subwoofer and amplifier package to your 2017-up Can-Am Maverick X3, you'll need this IPX67-rated mounting bracket and hardware. It allows you to mount the NA2-400.1 mono amplifier amp that's included in the package in your X3.


Marine Grade Protection / IPX Rating
IPX67. MB Quart has engineered a select group of UTV-tuned audio systems that are perfectly designed for the CAN-AM Maverick, Maverick X3, X3 MAX, Defender, Commander and Maverick Trail. It is essential that every component installed in a CAN-AM be torture tested to be as reliable as it can be in such a harsh environment.

Time and Tools
Standard hand tools are required. See the manual for time on each of the different components.

Compatible Vehicle Fitment:
Can-Am Maverick X3 2017 and newer.

  • 1 Amp mounting plate
  • 2 Mounting clamps
  • 1 L-bracket
  • Two 18mm screws
  • Four 12mm screws
  • 2 Large Nylock nuts
  • 4 Small Nylock nuts
  • 2 Large flat-washers
  • 2 Small flat-washers

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