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Took my new Red maverick out for the first real ride yesterday. I was going around a tree on an off camber turn. The rea end slide into the tree and crunch! I was like damn hope I did not tear up the fender, I did not get the fender. But have around a 2" long busted spot in the fender flare on the right rear. They are not very tough. The fender had what looked like bad scratches but a little water and they rubbed off. I have read on here that the flares are not available yet, but I am calling my dealer monday to see. So you guys that have been wanting there flares, IDK they did not last me 1 true offroad ride.
 

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Soon as they're available Im getting a set.
 

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The first scar is tough. .it gets easier after that... lol

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Nice stitching.. it happens for sure out there..

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all the panels but the front 2 big hood panels are actually cheap the lower side panels any color 25.99 each
 

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gives it character
 

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all the panels but the front 2 big hood panels are actually cheap the lower side panels any color 25.99 each
I looked the other day and the prices for the plastic have gone up substancially.
 

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I managed to crack my RF fender and RR1/4. I would have loved to blame someone else but it was pilot error. I ord'd new parts and they were cheap.
 

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After rolling mine and some plastic was back ordered I found out you can use a soldering iron to melt them back together. If you do most of the melting on the back side it dosn't look half bad.
 

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Ouch! Nice surgery though ... You could add a few of those phoney bullet holes and no one would know you weren't just messing around ...
 

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After rolling mine and some plastic was back ordered I found out you can use a soldering iron to melt them back together. If you do most of the melting on the back side it dosn't look half bad.
hollwood you can also buy a plastic welder. I've repaired quite a few four wheeler fenders with mine
 

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I have a plastic welder but have not had much luck with it. Might need different rods.
 
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