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Ok guys, I need to know who all has parts available and in stock for this machine. What I need.....

Black Frt Bumper
Black Pro-Peg Nerfs
swingarm and chassis skids

I know Rath has a bumper and nerfs, but was hoping to find some a tad cheaper. Thanks!
 

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AC proboly has some, or will very shortly. But you definatly get what you pay for when it comes to quality and fitment. PRM is also makin the skids and proboly some front bumpers soon, depending on your style of riding
 

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i want to say the ims setup costs a pretty penny, not sure tho. Steve said something bout 2 diffrent setups[/b]
I see AChas the MX series ones on their website, but I want the blackline with the net heal guards they show at bottom of their home page. I emailed them about it so we will see. The Rath ones are nice but was hoping to stay under 300.00. Also like the AC blackline frt bumper.
 

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I'm looking for all the same stuff. Who is making belly and swinger skidplates I can order?
 

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My PRM order for rear, glide plate and A-arms will be here this week. The order was delayed at PRM but is with UPS right now.

Ran PRM on my trx 450r and it performed really well. Especially in the rocks here in PA.

PRM is my Preferred skids for any machine! :banana:
 

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ha ha, not too " :werd: "

I have spent money on other skids, and then had to pay again to replace them later. I never had to replace any PRM products.

Unlike the west coast guys, I don't have any sand here! :(
 

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I have bought two of the PRM plates and love them. I have one on my 350X and I will be buying the skid plate for my 450 from them. I spend plenty of time on sand but also ride in some rocky rooty areas so having that added protection is nice. You know when you get their plates that they are going to last and that they are well designed and assembled.

I can't speak to others so who is to say but PRM has been good to me.
 
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