Polaris Low Profile Rock Sliders

BADXP

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Sep 5, 2023
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Really happy with the coverage and strength of these. Preferred the simple understated look that blends with the body lines. At a glance, it doesn’t look like it has rock sliders on it. Most of the steel plate looks to be 1/8” thick. Note that they are heavy for the 5 seater - I estimate they weigh 50 pounds each. Installation is easy if you already have a hole saw. I had them on in 15 minutes.
 

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I do like the subtle look of those. Easy install is always a bonus!
 
Really happy with the coverage and strength of these. Preferred the simple understated look that blends with the body lines. At a glance, it doesn’t look like it has rock sliders on it. Most of the steel plate looks to be 1/8” thick. Note that they are heavy for the 5 seater - I estimate they weigh 50 pounds each. Installation is easy if you already have a hole saw. I had them on in 15 minutes.
I put these on my ADV5 and they are stout! we did bunch of rock crawling on the AZ peace trail last week and they work!
 
I installed these on my Xpedition also. I just came back from Moab and yes I did bump them a few times on the Poison Spider trail. No damage to the machine what so ever thanks to them.
 
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