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No one likes the sinking feeling that comes with a direct impact when riding a quad. Even so, it happens (sometimes more often than we’d like to admit). While safe and cautious driving is the most important thing you can do in the way of prevention, a good ATV bumper can do wonders to help protect your machine when it’s too late to prevent. Fortunately, there are many quality ATV bumpers available in a variety of shapes and styles.
At Rocky Mountain ATV/MC, we like to give you options. That’s why we’ve assembled a number of fantastic bumpers available, including those from these brands:
Some of these brands even have several bumpers available. It all comes down to what style you’re looking for. Are you looking for something a little sporty to accentuate your quad’s overall aesthetic value? Would you prefer something simple and to the point? Do you want a bumper that exudes raw power in its very appearance? We’ve got styles such as these and many more. Of course, at no time do these bumpers sacrifice functionality. A bumper needs to be solid and durable. After all, it may only be needed once, but it’s got to do the job well. Browse the options of ATV bumpers we have available to see what suits your style.
Byran in ND
Bumper fits nice, but does not come with the bolts, the bolts from the original bumper have a shoulder on them so they will not work to mount the Tusk bumper, luckily I had some metric bolts in the bin that worked for me. I painted the black center on mine yamaha blue and it looks great.Read All Reviews
Scott L in North Carolina
Fit great. Looks great. Hardware included....not so great. I bolted it on using the instructions in about 20 minutes. Everything appeared to be great. I even yanked on it a few times and it was on there solid. no movement whatsoever. I go out to look at it 1 day later and notice that one of the bolts (self tapping) head was on the ground. It somehow snapped off just sitting in my garage. Now I will have to drill it out and I hope I can just back the other self tapping screw out without it breaking. Do yourself a favor and get regular bolts with nuts. The bottom bolts seem to be holding fine as they are regular bolts with a threaded plate for the nut. Very disappointed.Read All Reviews