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Ok let us know when yall get all the info up on your website. Thanks. It looks good pics on facebook..



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It looks like it covers quite a bit more then factory and its only $695.
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I am a little worried it will push in.. Like it you get high centered on a rock. Anyone know how flexible this stuff is. If it's worth it i might buy it after i see some reviews and pics.



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I would be interested to see how much more (if any) this one covers then the aluminum one shown in some other threads. It looks like it covers further under the doors.
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I would be interested to see how much more (if any) this one covers then the aluminum one shown in some other threads. It looks like it covers further under the doors.
It does cover more.. But it's not metal so i am worried about it bending folding in. Dirt and mud it should be fine. But stumps rocks and stuff i don't know. But they have some video hitting rocks and stuff and it didn't break or fold up. so it looks pretty good.




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Last November I took my pioneer in to UTV tech so they could use it as a proto type to build a full line of aluminum skids. They had it 7 weeks and all I got was a single arm guard for front A arm. I had to get my new machine back and so I picked it up and have not offered back to them. I think they felt there would not be much of a market for skids for the pioneer. I was surprised because they used my 570 rzr for a proto type and made some great skids for it and they sell a lot of them.
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I would be interested to see how much more (if any) this one covers then the aluminum one shown in some other threads. It looks like it covers further under the doors.
Here is a side by side of our skid plate, compared to the factory and an aluminum skid plate.
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DIfference between the UHMW and Factory Skids

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How does it connect to the frame where it goes out to rock rails are right under the doors. From factory there is no skid plate there no holes for a bolt. Does the skid plate come with self tapping screws.




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