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    Default New protection for the Grizz

    Well, I finally broke down and got the aluminum skid plates for the Grizz's underbelly. Went with the whole shootin' match. I must say, I feel a whole lot better now and feel like I will be a whole lot more protected!! Ready for some rock crawlin'!!
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    Show us a picture!

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    Well, here is a quick shot. I really thought that myself and the boss of the house would be able to lift the front end for a better picture...NOT!!

    Hey, I had another question. Are either of those bars (1 above and 1 below the winch) strong enough to put a pulling anchor point on?? Guess I'm posing this question to anyone with a Grizz that may be using these as a pulling point. You can see the lower one in this picture.
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    Nice. I debated which to go with on my Grizz. alum or diamond plate steel. Steel won.

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    Looks great. Did you get it from the local dealer? Thanks MC

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    Quote Originally Posted by akguy View Post
    Looks great. Did you get it from the local dealer? Thanks MC
    Yep. I ordered them on the 18th (I believe) and picked them up yesterday (24th). Got them through Anchorage Yamaha.
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    They look good. I would not attach a pull point to either tube. Use a PLATE or corner of the tubular frame where the pull is inline with a tube.
    Or, attach to your rack which is more easily replaced.

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