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Hi Sierra Roller, I used the RockBlock ones: Honda Talon 1000R 1000X 2019+ Mud Flaps/Fender Extensions They help with the 35" tires as they clean out nicely and tend to throw mud all over. RockBlock fender extensions are top quality and use stainless fasteners and RockBlock logo washers. Well worth the money in my opinion.

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Thanks for the reply BlueDog. I looked at the RockBlocks and saw only 1 review. Did your order come with all 4 fender extenders?
 

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Nice picks. Yes Roller the kit comes with both front and back and all of the hardware. The install has a video as well. I went with black but you can pick out several colors. I am sure it will keep a lot of the mud off of you. It looks like you have the OEM wheels and tires and you will love the fender extensions. They will definitely make a huge difference. I also looked at the mud-busters before made the purchase. Looks like you like the mud as much as I do :cool::)
 

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Just saw the windshield, how is that in the mud. Do you have to spend much time cleaning it. The fender extensions should help a bunch with that.
 

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Nice picks. Yes Roller the kit comes with both front and back and all of the hardware. The install has a video as well. I went with black but you can pick out several colors. I am sure it will keep a lot of the mud off of you. It looks like you have the OEM wheels and tires and you will love the fender extensions. They will definitely make a huge difference. I also looked at the mud-busters before made the purchase. Looks like you like the mud as much as I do :cool::)
BlueDog, i figured id wear the stock tires out before replacing. last couple of weeks we had a warm spell and the snow melted causing a bit of mud. It was a great ride.
 

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Hi Roller, in Florida not much cold weather, in your opinion would the windshield be worth it here. Benefit would be keeping limbs out of your face on tight trails.
 

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BlueDog, you might want to check out the flip up windshield from Super ATV. I've been running it and I'll close it for going through brush/branches like you mentioned, also in muddy conditions, since the tires throw some mud out to the front and then you drive into it. You can use it full open, full closed or in a partially open vent position. (I run the Rok Blokz too, they work great for mud and water)
The nice thing about the flip up, you can operate it from the driver seat, don't have to stop or get out like some other brands of fold up or down styles.


 

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in warm only climate, I wonder is a screen type windshield is available. I think it was Krash Offroad that built one for the YXZ stock & to fit their cage. It stopped mud and you could just bump it with your hand and mud just flopped off. might be worth some research. I live in cooler climate & have the Super ATV split. One of teh best features is when driving into super bright sunlight, you can tip it up (dust on fixed windshield and you are screwed with teh glare)
 

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Hi nice guy,
I have actually thought about that to keep the limbs out. It would be easy to make one with two strips of metal and then the wire or screen. Would be a good DYI project for a weekend.
 

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Super, it is fun and if you watch others before you will stay out of trouble. Do have fun and be safe out there.
 
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