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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 10-28-2008, 07:32 AM Thread Starter
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Iíve almost destroyed a rear fender from sticks coming up from the tires and jamming in the fenders. Itís not the first time this has happened either. Took one rear fender off to repair, and got to thinking about the bed extending over the tires, versus having rear fenders. It would not change the overall width.

Has anyone seen a larger bed for the Teryx?
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I think a flat be on the teryx would be a good idea. I would just hang some type of mud flap towards the front of the bed on each side, as mud always seems to come into the cab and lodge behind where the seatbelts bolt to the frame.
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Maybe not a bad idea, a non-issuse for those with long travel, but I can see where you are coming from!




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Sticks are hell on those fenders, I have experienced the same thing. Let us know how you fix it and please share some pics!!

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The fender is cracked up pretty good, but I think I can fix it with a product called Plastic Welder. It make take several tubes of it though. Iíve made up various things using that and plexiglasÖ..it works very well on repairing, even fabricating plastic. The only place Iíve found it is at ACE Hardware.

ButÖ.itís all Gritís fault, I may not repair it, but replace it. I thinking more about a flatbed with stake pockets. Think I would for sure if money isnít an issue. I know someone who could fab that up, and make it look 'factory' . I see Arctic Cat has come out with that very thing. That would suit my needs so much better, the flatbed, not the machine itself, not to mention no more cracked plastic.
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have you seen the rhino wrecker on highlifter?he has a flat bed on it
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