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This is a discussion on Yamaha OEM Rock Sliders and Skid Plate within the Gear & Accessories forums, part of the General Discussions category; Originally Posted by Godti Oh, okay, so you put skid plates over your skid plates. I'll take a pic this weekend of that trim I'm ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Godti View Post
    Oh, okay, so you put skid plates over your skid plates.

    I'll take a pic this weekend of that trim I'm worried about tearing off.
    I know exactly what you're talking about. They're there for mud\debris deflection. How would you design them differently so that they still prevent mud slinging but not get ripped off backing up in a REALLY tight situation? Many are making theirs wider for more protection from their wider front tire setups.
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    Ok. I just thought that maybe the rock sliders would have met up with them a little better. I would think backing up would be the most risk of snagging them over objects, like a log.

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