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I want to get rock sliders for my 570 but I want to stay at 50 " width. I want the best protection I can get but the width is important. What do you guys use or recommend?
 

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I went with the factory utv on my 800.
They are uhmw and mount tight to the rocker panel so no increased width.
They work well for me.
 

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How does the FUTV sliders attach and do the provide any additional under belly protection?
 

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No, they don't provide any belly protection. For that you want the skid plate system. The rock sliders are independant, and only provide protection to the sill plates of your RZR. Take it from me, if you want true protection from the hazards of trail riding, put on the full set from front to back and ride with peace of mind over all that nasty stuff!
 

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No, they don't provide any belly protection. For that you want the skid plate system. The rock sliders are independant, and only provide protection to the sill plates of your RZR. Take it from me, if you want true protection from the hazards of trail riding, put on the full set from front to back and ride with peace of mind over all that nasty stuff!
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I forgot to add, they attatch to the existing holes in your RZR, on the outer edges of the factory skid plate. No extra holes to drill.
 

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Thanks for the info guys!
I am going to get the a arm guards and the sliders to start and probably the belly skids down the line. I hope the new thicker oem skids hold for a while.
 

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Thanks for the info guys!
I am going to get the a arm guards and the sliders to start and probably the belly skids down the line. I hope the new thicker oem skids hold for a while.
Best value is the "ultimate" system from FUTV, they have a one piece skid plate, you get A-Arm protectors and they throw in the fuel tank shield, which I think is very important. It ain't cheap by any means, but you will fully appreciate the quality and the fit when you get it.
 

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Thanks for the info guys!
I am going to get the a arm guards and the sliders to start and probably the belly skids down the line. I hope the new thicker oem skids hold for a while.
Best value is the "ultimate" system from FUTV, they have a one piece skid plate, you get A-Arm protectors and they throw in the fuel tank shield, which I think is very important. It ain't cheap by any means, but you will fully appreciate the quality and the fit when you get it.
I agree but my toy budget is a little short now saying I just got the RZR.
 

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I talked myself ( and my wife) into the FUTV ultimate protection. Thanks for the input.
 

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I am going to get Atv Guru front bumper eventually. Does any one have that setup or any fitment issues?
 

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Factory UTV we have run the crap out of ours about 4000 miles of rocks, sand, mud, tree roots and Moab. They still look great.
 

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I put the rock sliders on from Polaris....but wish I had got the skid plates to cover the bottem instead......had 2 sticks come through....one on passenger floorboard...and one under my seat.
 

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I have had great service from my UTV Tech armor and sliders.
Hey how are those sliders do they cover the whole floorboard? And if you don't mind how much were they?
 

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Thanks for the info guys!
I am going to get the a arm guards and the sliders to start and probably the belly skids down the line. I hope the new thicker oem skids hold for a while.
Best value is the "ultimate" system from FUTV, they have a one piece skid plate, you get A-Arm protectors and they throw in the fuel tank shield, which I think is very important. It ain't cheap by any means, but you will fully appreciate the quality and the fit when you get it.
I have this system on my 800 and it has more than paid for itself. This should be the first upgrade unless you ride sand.
 

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The utv tech do cover the whole floorboards. I have pictures in earlier threads. As for cost I can't say since they used mine for a prototype and did them all for free.
 
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