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I did a search and all I found was Trail Armor's bed block off. A few times taking it off and on to clean underneath and the screws are going to start stripping out. I thought I saw somewhere on here a set of aluminum fenders that mounted between the tires and bed.
Can you guys give me some ideas or a link please?
 

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I made these from 3/8 thick rubber bed matt.
 

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As much as I love Trail Armor products, I'd skip their under-bed protectors... if I had it to do over again! I put the TA's on my 800 and IMO, they are WAY overkill. You can easily build something thinner and lighter, like Rodney did. On the brighter side, with my TA skids and TA bed protectors, pretty sure I could successfully navigate any mine fields I may encounter! :victorious:
 

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I spent $20. On some of the plastic honey comb sheets I forger the proper name if the material. I got it from a sign shop. Had lots left. Difference is night and day.
 

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I wonder if you could take inner fender's off like a 81 ford truck and cut em down and not hook to bed so bed would lift without fenders and get full coverage?
 

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You can get a full set front and rear for $200 shipped.
 

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This is one mod i'm gonna have to eventually do. Thanks guys for sharing so far.
 

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I bought my fenders from American SportWorks. These folks build the UTV's/Chuckwagons that are sold at stores like Tractor Supply. Only $38 apiece and rid the underside of the bed of annoying mud build-up, much faster cleanup. They do not catch 100% of the mud but at least 95% of it!

SKU# 2-18303 Rear Fender UTV Universal
 

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Any chance you might post a picture of how it looks on your unit? I would really like to see how it looks relative to the wheel and bed. Thanks,
Hope this helps. I mounted these with machine screws and large washers, even tipped my 900 over in a creek bed once and the fender held up...but I don't advise testing it!
 

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