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post #1 of 8 Old 08-07-2009, 03:27 PM Thread Starter
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PRM skid plates?

Looking at picking up a set of PRM plates for under the ATV? Has anyone tried them or have any input with them?

08 Black/Black 700xx,13T,Ricochet Full Skid Plates (line-x),Pro Armor Nerf's (line-x),PRM Black Egde Bumper\Black Desert Grab Bar (line-x), EBC pads & Galfer Wave Rotors,Trail tech X bar's & riser clamp, Odi Rogue grips,UNI air filter,
Big 3 is what I am contemplating.

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I think a lot of people from this forum have PRM product on their machines. I have the a-arm skids and like them. The mounting design of the a-arm guards is superior to other manufacturers in my opinion.

I DO NOT LIKE the swingarm skid that I bought for my wife's Raptor 250. It did not fit well at all.

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I have all PRM under my 700XX. The main chassis plate was a little hard to get everything to line up, because it is one big piece. But once you do, it fits very well. The a-arm plates also fit well, and don't rattle. These are very tough plates, I've had them on previous quads and they always held up well!
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I have PRM and they are just awesome, they are .25 thickness, overkill but cheaper than a bent chassis. The welds are top notch, super clean and no porousness!

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Yoshi RS-7 full, PCV, Pro Design Foam, EHS lid, Flexx bars, 2" Rox antivibe risers, ASV C/5 levers, Powermadds, CCP stabilizer, HDUSA i3500 +2 a-arms ST, Rap 700 SE front shocks revalved/resprung by Wiigstyle, Fox Podium X rear shock, DWT Drift rear beadlocks, Hiper front beadlocks, Pro Armor XC nerfs and Race grab bar, Tag Agro bumper and railer chassis skid, PRM 0.25" swingarm skid plate
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Thanks for everyone's info. I will be ordering them today.

08 Black/Black 700xx,13T,Ricochet Full Skid Plates (line-x),Pro Armor Nerf's (line-x),PRM Black Egde Bumper\Black Desert Grab Bar (line-x), EBC pads & Galfer Wave Rotors,Trail tech X bar's & riser clamp, Odi Rogue grips,UNI air filter,
Big 3 is what I am contemplating.

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PRM makes the best skid plates I have seen for the 700. I have them on my quad and it has thousands of hard race miles on it and the PRM skid plate is holding up great.


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I'm running PRM all the way. There is some vibration but I cut up an inner tube and put the pieces between the frame and skids and that helped

08 700xx Barker's exhaust, Mod Quad intake, 13t, PCIII with Bo White map, Precision Steering Stabilizer, L8TON Sway bar, PRM side bars, PRM full skids, Pro Armor Dominator front bumper, RAZR2 on front, RAZR on rear


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Thanks for everyone's info. I will be ordering them today.
CJ I checked with PRM and the a-arms do not come with the skid plates, they are sold seperately. Give me a buzz tomorrow, want to know how the ride was this weekend
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