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How would diamond plate work?
Thats what im thinking too if it does I know where to get some sheets of the diamond plating locally. The only problem after that is how I will cut it.
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I'm thinking skill saw blade backwards. It has to beat the plastic that's there now
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Thats what im thinking too if it does I know where to get some sheets of the diamond plating locally. The only problem after that is how I will cut it.
Metal cutting blade in a circular saw works wonders. NICE straight cuts.
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Wouldn't take long measure and cut def my nxt mod. That plastic one on mine has taken a beating!!
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Honda Pioneer 700-4 Skid Plate

http://youtu.be/nTN0pdCxkc4

We manufacture our skid plates to fit together like a puzzle. They are cut and recessed on both sides to overlap and have a tight fit.

When using 100% UHMW, not a blend, HDPE, injection mold or a product where the UHMW is made outside the USA and not made correctly, the 100% UHMW has no memory. It will not warp, it will not bend, it will not dent.

We have sold several of these in the past week. I have asked them to post a comment here.
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If it will not bend, wrap, dent and will stand up to extreme heat and cold, what is the warranty on it.
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Thats what im thinking too if it does I know where to get some sheets of the diamond plating locally. The only problem after that is how I will cut it.
One tip I'll tell you. DO NOT TRY USING A RECIPRICATING SAW!
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Wonder how it is working with this

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UHMW Sheet 48" x 120" 3/16" Thick
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UHMW Sheet 48" x 120" 1/4" Thick
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if you do it, pictures/videos, instructions the whole 9 yards!
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If you crack this material, contact me. In 4 years nobody as damaged this material.
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