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When it comes to your ATV’s visual appeal, there are two components that really stand out on a first impression: the front fender and the rear fender. They’re the most colorful, stylized parts on your quad. Unfortunately, as with all parts, they can wear out. Under the right kinds (or wrong kinds, as it may be) of use, they can crack, fade or downright break. While there are a few tricks you can pull off to make them last as long as possible, they’ll never look new again. But that doesn’t mean that your ATV can’t ever look new again. Even a relatively old quad can gain new life through replacement ATV fenders.
At Rocky Mountain ATV/MC, we want to improve your quad as much as you do. That’s why we’ve got plenty of Maier fenders in stock and ready to ship. The only thing you need to do is identify what you want. Give us the make, model and year of your machine, and we’ll do the hard part, eliminating whatever won’t fit your ATV and showing you what will fit it. After that, it’s all up to your personal preference with available colors. Try it out now to see what could soon be on your ATV.
Bryan in MI
My factory plastics were originally made by Polisport so the fit and finish was just as good as factory. I went with white vs the orange that came on the bike that year just to make my KTM slightly different than the rest of the sea of orange. I like Polisport plastics and will continue to use.Read All Reviews
Matt in WA
Much better looking than the stock fender on an XR. I wish it came in red, but white will do. Just add some stickers. Sticker = HP anyway.------ The fender looks good and is sturdy. I have a brake light mounted under the fender since my XR is converted to road use. Gotta keep it legal. The fender had held up great even with the extra weight of the light on it. It doesn't flex/bounce around off road.----- I took a tumble down a 30ft embankment and the fender did break! The mounting bolts on the top got pulled through the fender and the fender cracked. Took the bolts out, push the fender back down and boom back to normal, other than the small cracks you can't tell it broke. Still very sturdy and no need to replace the fender yet. I just need to avoid driving off cliffs.Read All Reviews