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Need one for my new xp.
uhmw is uhmw IMO.
Is one really better than the other?
Do any of these work with the polaris aluminum sliders as I have these on my xp now.
Warranty?
Does one give better coverage/protection?
I had FUTV on both my rzr's, but that was before anyone else made them.
FUTV
ProArmor
UTV inc
or??
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I only ever owned FUTV skids and their UHMW rock sliders. 3/8" thick. I can't vouch for anyone else's product, but the FUTV stuff is as good a product as I could have ever asked for.
 

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i have owned polaris aluminuim skids and a arm guards on both my rides,
they are noisey and dent up,
and don,t hold up better than one good hit,
i now own futv 1/2" thick arm guards and full one piece skid plates,
i used these all this season and have taken some pretty good licks,
all i have is a few scuff marks they still look brand new,
 

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Some definitely give better coverage than others. The key area you have to watch on the XP is the rear diff. Best support and coverage that I have installed are as follows.In order of how well they protect and cover the critical areas. I ride mostly rocks and love to go to Moab. I have never damaged anything other than an A-arm and I have ridden the nastiest of trails on Moab both on my RZR S and on my XP 4.
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UTV Inc
 

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I looked at all the skids, and went with the trail armor, they have holes in them to wash out the mud, I like being able to keep the underneath a little cleaner without dropping the skids.
 
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