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P700 Fender flares

Discussion in 'Pioneer 700 Accessories and Modifications' started by smaus24, Feb 22, 2018.

  1. smaus24

    smaus24 New Member

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    Recently purchased Honda front fender flares for my Pioneer 700-2 haven't installed them yet wandering if anyone has and how hard of a job it is.

    Thanks
     
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    Thanks easy is good lol and sounds like I better be careful with them.
     
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    They look really good and do cut down on the mud flinging...But if you smack them off something they break easy...Also you have to drill fenders.They can be used with the muddbusters flaps as well and still look good...the mudd busters work better and are tougher
     
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    I like the looks of them but I've steered away so far because of the comments on how easy they break.
    Be nice to be able to make a mold off the originals and try to make something more durable
     
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    On my former 700, I installed mud flaps, mud busters on the rear and purchase one truck mud flap from Rural King, split it long ways, shaped it slightly and attached one half on each front fender. The split half was about 12" x 36" and did a great job of keeping mud off from the front wheels. Hopefully, you can see the front mud flaps in these two pictures attached.

    honda pioneer.jpg pioneer2.JPG
     
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    Very easy. No problems
     
  10. smaus24

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    I got them installed, very easy thanks for the feedback
     
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    Glad it went well for you and do post some pics....
     
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    0A99BACB-40F0-446C-8D27-698AEAC2F668.jpeg
     
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    How well do the rear mubdusters cut down on all the mud coming into the rear footwell where the gaps are?
     
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    No mud comes in at all,they work excellent...
     
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    The mud flaps worked great on my Honda Pioneer 700, light weight and do a nice job blocking the vast majority of mud.
     
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    Yes
     
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    homemade flares. 20 bucks for a sheet of HDPE from Menards. They work perfect. put 10 miles on yesterday in snow, slush, mud -wheeler still clean as when I left
    front driver.jpg front pass.jpg rear driver.jpg rear pass.jpg
     
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    I just got my rear fender flares from mud busters they work great. If you got a P700 4 like I do then then you got to get rear fender flares or you will be cleaning alot and the ones from mud busters are great.
     

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