For the chassis skid and a-arm guards I would buy based on price. Check with rocky mountain. For the swing arm guard go with the polaris. You don't have to remove the plastic guard to install it. All of the aftermarket plates require removal of the plastic guard. Even though I broke welds on the polaris I still think it offers better protection by leaving on the plastic. If you go with the polaris guard have some gussets welded in the fill in the gaps between the tabs on the back & going forward. After gusseting it's now rock proof
well the reason i bught two is becaue i got them both for a better deal than just buying one. And i Was just trying to help because it is badass and it protects everything way better than stock. anyways i have a set of the pure polaris skid plates (all) and then the set i use for show is the Highly polised alluminum Diamond skid platesthat i made. i have couple more sets of the diamond plate. The Full et is 250 and thts hell ofa deal. let me know
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