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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.
Michael in MI
If you have a 50" Polaris RZR trail don't bother with these fenders. Once I installed them on my trail they made my 50" machine closer to 60" inches wide. Sure they helped stop the mud from getting into the cabin, but they also made it harder to get down the 50" trails. I found that they acted as "side bumpers" for the machine in the skinnier trails and they ended up cracking and breaking because they hit the trees. I took them back off and had to throw them away. It was too late to return them. Save your money and buy lower door inserts instead.Read All Reviews
Gregory in CA
The OEM plastics might be made by polisport but there's definitely a difference between OEM and OEM-replacement as far as quality. This was a a lot softer and more flexible than the OEM and when I screwed on the under fender they dimpled the fender and there's two whitish bumps. I don't really care at all about that but if you wanted OEM quality the Acerbis is the better budget option to OEM.Read All Reviews