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Trying to decide on arm guards. Looking at aluminum guards from universal parts. Are the guards from honda worth the price difference. Is there a better choice. Thanks Barry
 

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There is several good looking Guards I've seen while looking at stuff for my pioneer. I haven't seen the Honda ones in person yet.
 

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I have the Universal guards on the front and rear and I like them. They seem to provide very good protection!
 

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I absolutely hate that Honda is taking advantage of everyone by charging $300 for these accessories. So, I just won't pay it.

Someone soon will offer a set for $150.......and I mean a set of FOUR.
 

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Thanks, time is running out, the trip to wind rock is right around the corner. Mike I'm with you on drilling my frame to mount guards. I'd rather not if I don't have to. I will let you all know what I bought. Barry
 

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Sorry KyHunter that you can't make the windrock ride. Hope there will be more rides in the future. (If I survive this one). Never had a four wheeler on a hill before, will be fun I am sure in the pioneer. I have been impressed with the way this thing just goes in the mud. Hills I will let you know??? Barry
 

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Sorry KyHunter that you can't make the windrock ride. Hope there will be more rides in the future. (If I survive this one). Never had a four wheeler on a hill before, will be fun I am sure in the pioneer. I have been impressed with the way this thing just goes in the mud. Hills I will let you know??? Barry
You wont have any issues on Hills :eek: I went up some that scared me a little :D
 

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I ordered the Honda arm guards today. Hope they do the job they were designed to do. I am no engineer so I am trusting that honda has it right. Deciding factor was not drilling for the install. Thanks for your help. Barry
 

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Sorry KyHunter that you can't make the windrock ride. Hope there will be more rides in the future. (If I survive this one). Never had a four wheeler on a hill before, will be fun I am sure in the pioneer. I have been impressed with the way this thing just goes in the mud. Hills I will let you know??? Barry
They go awesome on the Hills. The suspension set up on the Pioneer is awesome. Ive took mine on some extreme trails already. You'll be grinning from ear to ear after windrock.
 

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It's going to be fun. I know there will be trails for the young at heart, hope they are not so aggressive not to be fun for the wife and I. A challenge here and there will be just fine. Hoping for some good scenery along the way. Most important will be the weather. Hope it cooperates.
 
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