I have had the Pro Armor nerfs for about a month now. I got them from rocky mountain atv. They were a little difficult to install but look very good on the Predator. My only install suggestion is to follow the instructions when they say to leave them loose until all bolts are in. They aren't kidding when they say LOOSE
I guess in some ways the Rpo Armour is suppose to be better quality because its steel vs. aluminum. Im gonna wait just a litte longer for the Pro Armour, I think they aid soemthing about coming out with some kind of more aggressive foot peg from Pro Armour in the near future too.......TINA
Now what is wrong with the Rath racing nerfs?? I have not seen many people talking about them but they are cheaper than Pro Armour and AC nerfs? Is there something wrong with the Rath Nerfs?? Just curious.
thats what PRo Armour told me on the phone the other day when I checked for shipment, they told me that the benefit of theres vs. the Ac Nerfs was AC was aluminum and Pro Armour was Aluminum/and steel(not sure to what extent they referred to. Just telling you what the guy told me......I kinda thought the guy that answered the phone may be slightly wrong so I did some checking....... and I think he may have been referring the different finishes rather than what its made of .So, does the Pro Armour come in the chrome finish for the Predator or is it just the nickel/steel finish...........thanks
I have the Pro Armor which were 196 when I got them about 6-7 weeks ago. Rocky Mountain ATV I think had them for 20 bucks cheaper. I personally like the lightweight Pro Armor nerfs. Installation wasnt the easiest(took a solid hour), but once they are on they look saaweet. Havent seen anyone in person wioth the AC's yet.
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