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Polaris Rzr 800 (s) Stainless Steel Skidplate - Precision Fit, No Maintenance on

US $299.00

Lake Lillian, Minnesota, United States

Lake Lillian, Minnesota, United States
Condition:New Fits:UTV Placement on Vehicle:Left, Right, Front, Rear Brand:Dirt Tracks USA Surface Finish:Stainless Steel Compatible Make:Polaris Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Manufacturer Part Number:RZR 800 Warranty:Yes Compatible Model:RZR 800

You spent your hard earned money on a RZR, why buy a second rate skidplate anywhere else.  At Dirt Tracks USA, we have created our own line of precision fit skidplates for Polaris RZR and Rangers.  All our skidplates are made of durable and maintenance free #304 14 gauge stainless steel.  We start out by laser cutting the material, stamp all mounting locations for a smooth bottom surface free of any catch points and then bend up the outer edges to protect your frame as well.  This auction is for the skidplate only.  The rock sliders which we also make to integrate with the skidplate are not included but are shown so you can see how you can protect the entire underneath side of your RZR if necessary.  This skidplate is designed for 2008 to present RZR 800 and RZR S models.  Feel free to call us with any questions (320) 382-6128.  Flat rate shipping of $75 anywhere in lower 48 states, inquire anywhere else.  

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