Quick Clean Boot Guards

If you are tired (like we are) of getting dirty just to clean your CV boot guards then Xtreme Products has the product for you. These boot guards are hinged in the front to allow you more access to the axles. All you have to do is turn your wheel, loosen one bolt, and the plate drops down allowing you to clean..
  We called Joe at Xtreme Products get a set for our Project Grizzly 660. A couple days later and the plates were at our door. The kit came with instructions, hardware, and some cool stickers to put on our bikes or tool box.


The best way we found to put these guards on was to put the bike on its rear rack. You will need help for this. If you are not able to pick the bike up you can do it all with the bike on all four tires. When we picked the bike up we noticed that the stock boot guards was already broken and in need of being replaced. With a few turns of the wrench the stockers was off.

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The new guards on our Grizz are held on by 2 u-bolts per side. With the plates in place and the bolts loose we could check our fitment. To do this turn the wheels all the way from the left to the right watching to make sure nothing rubbed the plates. With the plates lined up the bolts was tightened.

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You can see the difference. The plastic guards just did not have the protection. Now we can feel better riding knowing that we have greatly reduced the risk of a tore boot. Plus when we come back from a deep mud ride clean up will be a breeze. Below you can see the before and after photos



  After a ride all you have to do is loosen the front bolt. With the bolt removed the front plate will lower giving you access to clean and easily check your boots. Once done you lift the plate back up and reinstall the bolt.

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