From the location of where there mount you want need to remove them to wash out anything. But by removing the center cowling is pretty much all that necessary. Once you mount them you want need to remove them. Like they advertised the air flow through the sxs is greatly increased, plus they look cool doing it.
We're never done. I dont have my commander right now...its down getting a supercharger installed on it. I should have it back the week after thanksgiving and we can look at designing a radiator guard that deflects the mud away while still offering protection and air flow.
Yup, Me thinks that went "Poof" a while back ......................... or, it sure does take a while to get it done. Never did hear any more about it after that 1 statement :icon_ nono2:
Oh, I might add, I think I do need therapy. I won't get to ride any for 2 weeks straight, counting this coming weekend.
If it's 3 in a row, somebody better be getting a straight jacket ready
Hey guys here it is our first product for the commander. This brush guard will replace the stock plastic piece along with the lower grill that mounts behind the front tube bumper. Bolts in using all stock hardware and gives you a tough look while adding protection to the front of your unit...
Alright the first 5 guys to post either a photo, video, or link on our facebook page, or for those of you without facebook, email me a link so I can, showing off their UTV Tech Products on their sidexside get a free T-Shirt, Keyfob, and stickers.
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