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post #21 of 74 Old 08-02-2014, 01:49 PM
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Nice looking plate. I bet that would help in the snow with tracks, seems like it would slide right along..

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Hey, SSS how about send me one for free and i will put a lot of video's of it on YouTube. Video's of it sliding over rocks stump and all. Pics of it up on facebook and the forums... I ride hard and really need this skid plate. I got to try. lol
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Ujh3...ature=youtu.be
Video of install of the SSS off road skid plate for the honda pioneer. Must be a part 2 because that's only half the install.



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Buy a 4x8 sheet of umhw plastic and make yourself a skid plate. You can do it however you want. I made one for my rzr. It was a lot cheaper. Material cuts ease hears and bends nice and retains its shape.
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I have had my Pioneer for about 3 weeks and i really need this skid plate. toomanytoys i might just do that. I have been getting prices and its a good bit cheaper. I am thinking about getting a 1.5 drill bit and drilling a small recess for a washer than use self tapping screws to attach. Still thinking about it.
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Hunter, can I ask you what thickness you are considering and what kind of prices we are talking about.
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A 4'x10' with 1/4 thickness is $434.. That's what i am thinking i will go with. The 3/8 thickness one is $650. So you will not save much on that one. Still looking at different company's to find some cheaper.

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Protective Plastic Materials | Lundell Plastics scroll down to the uhmw. They have it also 4'x10' sheets.

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UHMW Full Sheet | U.S. Plastic Corp. Other company i am looking at.
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I do not know the thickness of the skid plate from SSS off road is. So if their's is thicker than say 3/8 it would probably be best to buy their's.
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