Not really sure if I should post this under pictures or builds, so I figure I will mess it all up and post in general discussions. Anyway, I made some mudflaps for the back that I think should work nicely. I went to wally world to the gardening department and got some of that 3-3/4" wide x 3/16" thick rubber trim material that you would line a flower bed with. I also went to hardware and got two aluminum yard sticks to use for the flat bar. The total bill was about $10. I cut the flat bar to 20" and drilled seven holes three inches on center, with an inch on each end. I cut the rubber to where it was flush with the top of the frame at the bottom and just touched the bottom of the fender flairs. For the fasteners I used some zinc plated #12 x 3/4 Tek screws I had leftover from a couple of metal buildings I put together. The plastic in the wheel well is about 1/8" thick, so it should hold IF I didn't over tighten them. I have some stainless 1/4-20 bolts, washers and lock nuts if it fails. I lined up the bottom with the plastic next to the kick out and the top is just inside the fender flair. They *should be safe from most trees and stumps. Tomorrow I am planning on using the Plexiglas scrap i got from work to make an upper windshield (I only have the half) and a dust guard for the back. We use big cardboard at work so I use that to make templates and then I only have to cut the Plexiglas once. i have some small aluminum angle to put along the top and bottom to stiffen it up. I just have to go to the hardware store tomorrow morning to get come type of clamp that will fit the 2" roll cage. I think I can get some 2" pipe hangers, or something along those lines. I will post that when I get done (If it doesn't look like shit). If the beer is tasting good i might not finish until Sunday. LOL Be well my friends, and keep the rubber side down. I hope I attached the pictures right.