Pro Armor A-Arm Guards are designed to crush anything in its path, protecting the vulnerable A Arms of your machine. The Pro Armor A Arm Guards shield your ATV or UTV from rocks or anything else that you might encounter on the trail or track. With this set of a-arm guards you will be protecting and also adding much needed strength to your stock a-arms. Made from the strongest and lightest weight aircraft aluminum alloy this Armor is a necessity that any serious enthusiast needs. Let Pro Armor protect your machine while you enjoy the adventure.
Designed with the toughest terrain in mind.
Protects the critical suspension components around the front wheels against adversaries like rocks and logs.
Recessed areas for the hardened mounting bolts eliminate bolt damage from rocks.
Made from the strongest and lightest weight aircraft aluminum alloy.
Thought the price was a little high but they saved my a arm.
Five minutes into my ride the left side A arm struck the cut end of a log. The guard received a small bend and the mounting brackets were bent. This was an easy fix. I feel the guard saved my A arm. I would recommend this product!
Bought this to protect my a arms while trail riding in the desert. No rattling after the first 4 hour ride and no loosing after jumping some sand dunes. My raptor even has a little more aggressive look after adding these on. If these ever break I'll rebuy for sure.
No locktight is included but worth adding for piece of mind for not loosing a loose bolt during a long ride.
Machine this part was bought for: 2008 YAMAHA RAPTOR 700
Put these on my KFX450R,( simple install) and they do a great job of protection for the A arms, also made the suspension a little tighter as for the front end flex or feel. Today went for a long and hard ride in the desert, hit a few big rocks and the Pro-Armor-Front-A-Arm-Guards did their job very well. In the sand at high speed they seem to help with front end flex almost fells like a sway bars on the bike..would I recommend these, YES
bought em... easy install... first ride on a rocky north east trail with them on. stopped at trail head, double checked everything, tightened helmet strap, adjusted goggles, took deep breath, gas,clutch go! and first rocky section i hit.... something silver shoots past my head sounding like a uneven ceiling fan blade, clanging to ground ten feet behind me, (according to witnesses).... left side guard smashed off, shot out between tire and foot peg staight up... little silver pieces of mounting hardware on ground. total junk.. unrepairable.
I work and ride at Hidden Falls Adventure Park in the Texas hill country.I ride some of the most extreme trails in Texas. These A-arm guards do not hold up to much abuse. I hit one rock and snapped the weld on one gaurd and have broken many of the mounts. These are too THIN and do not last.
Dipped the clamps in rubberized stuff and also used some rubber weather stripping to stop vibration. Used red locktite on the bolts and torque to 16lbs and have done a lot of riding and they haven't came loose at all. Love how they wrap around the front of the a arm also. Have hit some big rocks and also tree stumps and they have held up great
These are pretty good skids for the stock arms. They fit up nicely with the frame skid. The skid material quality is just good or fair. There are better grades of aluminum in my opinion. But this is fine for a-arm and frame skids. With that said, I do not like their swing arm skid at all. Buy a PRM swing arm skid instead.
Nice Guards that really work. Great fit for a 2007 TRX450R. Make sure to get some stainless steel washers to go with supplied bolts, and some blue (removable) locktite so they stay secure and stay on. Nice recessed bolts, quick application, and strong, thick protection. I also used 1/4 inch foam weatherstrip between plates and frames\a-arms top keep rattle down and make a snug fit.
You cant go wrong with these A-arm guards...Easy to install and comes complete with all the required Hardware. Makes a nice addition to your existing ATV protection. Wont get stuck in B.F.E. with a bent tie rod as long as you have these babies...