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Enduro Engineering's Xtreme Skid Plates protect your engine in extreme rock gardens, rocky canyons, or anywhere that extreme conditions call for added protectionEnlarged side wings for greater rock protectionSide rail frame coverageFootpeg mount protection and anti-mud front flapSingle extra wide CNC-machined rear mount for easy installationCNC-machined aluminum components with TIG welds for a precise fitReplacement hardware, P/N 802387Made in USA

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