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Factory UTV sets the gold standard in undercarriage protection for the full Can Am Maverick line of UTV's. Now we're proud to introduce our Maverick/Maverick Max X ds Turbo Line UHMW A-Arm Guards. The UHMW guards protect the bottom and side areas of Maverick Arms from the harshest obstacles you encounter on your off road adventures. Custom formed to match the contours of the X ds A-Arms our kit comes complete with all necessary hardware for ease of installation and correct fit. Our exclusive design wraps around the A-Arm and provides that ultra slick, ultra tough protection our products are known for. These are the same protection products used on the 2014 SCORE Championship, 2014 Baja 500 Champion Can Am Maverick. When you own the baddest UTV on the planet, don't accept second best when it comes to protecting it. Depend on the best protection products on the planet from Factory UTV. $225 forum member price for set of 4 arm guards. Use coupon code mav-aarms when ordering online.



UHMW (Ultra-High Molecular Weight) plastic is a super tough, wear resistant material that combines an incredible slickness to slide over rocks with outstanding impact strength. Significantly lighter than comparable aluminum skid plates, UHWM will outwear carbon steel 10 to 1 and has taken over as the overwhelming choice for UTV skid protection material.
 

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Like the way those rear A-arm guards are molded! Think the XDS needs protection there. Need to order up a full kit!
 

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I'm lucky to be able to ride with the guys at factory utv a couple times a year. Bought a set of skids last month and finished up install today.

One word... bad ass! OK 2 words!
 

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Review, everything fit like a glove, very pleased.
Time to ride!

P.S. If you want to spread out costs, do yourself a favor and start with a set of a-arm guards. The protection is outstanding for the low hanging rear a-arms on the xds. Damn things are a work of art!
 
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