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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 01-03-2010, 11:58 AM Thread Starter
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would anyone lilt to recommend best pro. for a-arms and undercharriage? I have oxlites on my atv. WOuld like to have something other than the factory plastic. Also some type of bumper.
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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 02-27-2010, 01:51 PM
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look for super atv on ebay...super cheap bumpers... i bought front and rear bumpers from him.... look like the pro-armors but $100 cheaper!
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trail logic has some of the best skids and protection made..

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I got mine from Prestige, they are aluminum so light weight and still strong skid plates.

Bumpers are more about what style you like

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Chris at trail logic has the best shit if your into hard offroading, nice thick skids that can take a beating, and that actualy protect your shit, check it iut, he also make this stuff on his, just another rider that was looking for some better stuff and started making his own.

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Chris at trail logic has the best shit if your into hard offroading, nice thick skids that can take a beating, and that actualy protect your shit, check it iut, he also make this stuff on his, just another rider that was looking for some better stuff and started making his own.
X2! Trailogic skids are Baja and Alpine loop tough. Ive been running them for 3 years now and they are still in great shape.

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Chris at trail logic has the best shit if your into hard offroading, nice thick skids that can take a beating, and that actualy protect your shit, check it iut, he also make this stuff on his, just another rider that was looking for some better stuff and started making his own.
I run the Trail logic on my Rhino!!! and never had an issue, I guess that means they are working!!!! I run the Aluminum from Prestige on my Prowler

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