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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 12-23-2009, 07:21 PM Thread Starter
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help on rear bumper and cv joint covers...

What do you recomend for a rear bumper and front and rear cv boot covers. Mostly riding throug the woods in the north east. Any info would be greatly appreciated.

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What do you recomend for a rear bumper and front and rear cv boot covers. Mostly riding throug the woods in the north east. Any info would be greatly appreciated.

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i live and ride in the mnts of central pa,
i use the pro armor front and rear bumper with there bash plate on the front.. i don't normally change out the cv covers... and i cut alot of trails threw mnt laural and heavy brush... never tore one yet! there are alot of companys that make cv guards.. but they collect mud and snow and then tear cv's where as the stock ones don't cover the bottom of the arms letting mud and snow out...but thats your call most of the newer yamahas are coming with a really tuff cv boots on them that its really hard to cut.... i have been working at the local yamaha dealership as the head technician and we see a couple a year that come in for cv joints.. most of them are piled full of mud and people don;t clean them out...


take it how ya like but i run with the stock cv gaurds up front and none in the rear and have never had a problem.. had my rhino for 3 years and before that a 660 grizzly same way..



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