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post #1 of 11 Old 07-22-2012, 02:12 PM Thread Starter
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headscratch Rear fender support issue?

My XX had a severely bent peg when I got it. It had pulled the heel guard competely out of whack. I figured I would just remove the heel guard and get a new peg. Problem is the rear fender is kind of loose and floppy if not connected to the heal guard at the one spot. Anyone make brackets to remedy this? Not sure what you would do if you bought aftermarket nerfs and heels. You would have the same issue. Attached photos to show the peg and the hole in the fender that is missing any support.

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Umm... I guess this site doesn't automatically adjust photo size. lol
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Umm... I guess this site doesn't automatically adjust photo size. lol
Does any site?

Everyone (except you) uses nerf bars, which come with the rear fender support..
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All aftermarket nerfs have the support for the fender?
If so, I will probably get a set of nerfs. I have used them in the past mostly.
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There needs to be some way to support the rear fender so brackets come with pro armour nerfs..
Would assume others do too as pretty useless without
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PRM makes some good nerfs and side bars that have good supports for the rear fender connected to their heel guards.

Try this link: http://prm-atv.com/MN.asp?pg=products&grp=115&mfr=2

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PRM makes some good nerfs and side bars that have good supports for the rear fender connected to their heel guards.

Try this link: http://prm-atv.com/MN.asp?pg=products&grp=115&mfr=2

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Are the heel guards bad? Looks just like a bent peg from here?

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I think the heel guard is probably fine. It is a little deformed looking where it runs along the peg. I'm sure I could get a replacement peg and put it back on. Which I may do. Not sure if I want to drop a wad on nerfs yet. I need to get this thing out for a day of riding and analyze its weakest points. I know I want to do a motor build, but I may go after suspension and steering stabalizer initially. It would be awesome to have a sport quad that was plush and stable.
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