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s your Can Am Maverick X3 bed melting all the ice in your cooler and giving you 3rd degree burns? Well help defeat the heat with the UTV INC UNDER BED HEAT SHIELD for the Can Am Maverick X3 models! Includes hardware to attach to the underside of the bed. Heat shield will attach all OEM locations for mounting. Simply remove the bed, flip it over, install the heat shield and install the bed back on the machine. Quick and easy! We have noticed an incredible amount of heat deflection and the bed temps have been significantly cooler to the touch with this installed. Click on the link below for more info.

LINK:https://www.utvinc.com/utv-inc-can-am-maverick-x3-under-bed-heat-shield/
 

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Is your Can Am Maverick X3 bed melting all the ice in your cooler and giving you 3rd degree burns? Well help defeat the heat with the UTV INC UNDER BED HEAT SHIELD for the Can Am Maverick X3 models! Includes hardware to attach to the underside of the bed. Heat shield will attach all OEM locations for mounting. Simply remove the bed, flip it over, install the heat shield and install the bed back on the machine. Quick and easy! We have noticed an incredible amount of heat deflection and the bed temps have been significantly cooler to the touch with this installed. Click on the link below for more info.

$70.00

LINK:https://www.utvinc.com/utv-inc-can-am-maverick-x3-under-bed-heat-shield/
 

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I looked at a install video on YouTube for your heat shield and it looked like a flat piece of aluminum; looking at your picture it looks like a formed sheet or something free flowing?
If I order this, what do I get?
 

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I looked at a install video on YouTube for your heat shield and it looked like a flat piece of aluminum; looking at your picture it looks like a formed sheet or something free flowing?
If I order this, what do I get?
Exactly what you see above.
 

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Funny, Ha Ha...
What is it that I'm seeing? A formed sheet of aluminum, or a flexible sheet of heat reflection material (something like the flexible material around the turbo)
Seriously, you can't see a formed sheet of aluminum, cut in the shape of the rear deck?
 

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This product is made from high dynamic advanced thermal resistant alloy otherwise known as aluminum.
Hey, don't be giving away your proprietary secrets!
 

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This product is made from high dynamic advanced thermal resistant alloy otherwise known as aluminum.
Thank you very much for divulging your tightly held a company secret.
Here is another one: Aluminum is not an Alloy, but an Element (AL) that can be alloyed.
 

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Oh yes, the table of elements. I believe at one point I had those all memorized because some teacher made me. I have since dumped that info along with 90% of everything else non-utv related. I guess I should have kept that one since it is utv related apparently. Anyway, the heat shield is nice and I am glad I bought it.
 

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Is your Can Am Maverick X3 bed melting all the ice in your cooler and giving you 3rd degree burns? Well help defeat the heat with the UTV INC UNDER BED HEAT SHIELD for the Can Am Maverick X3 models! Includes hardware to attach to the underside of the bed. Heat shield will attach all OEM locations for mounting. Simply remove the bed, flip it over, install the heat shield and install the bed back on the machine. Quick and easy! We have noticed an incredible amount of heat deflection and the bed temps have been significantly cooler to the touch with this installed. Click on the link below for more info.

LINK:https://www.utvinc.com/utv-inc-can-am-maverick-x3-under-bed-heat-shield/
 

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I can attest that it fits well, and if you install it without removing the tray, it takes about 10 minutes (that includes getting the tools and put them away again).
 
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