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Great A-Arm Guards for KRF750, KRF800, and KRT800 by Axiom Side by Side

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If you are an extreme offroading enthusiast, then you need to think about ways you can protect the suspension of your machine from damage caused by impacts from logs, rocks, and other objects on rough terrain. The Axiom Side By Side brand based in Cincinnati, Ohio has been creating high-quality, durable, and reliable products for UTVs. Axiom operates one of the largest metal fabrication, painting, and powder coating facilities in the Midwest.

The company’s employees share more than 90 years of engineering, manufacturing, and finishing experience that they put in good use to design and produce great UTV A-arm guards, trailing arm guards, skid plates, exhaust covers, roofs, lower doors, bumpers, and more. Introducing Axiom A-arm guards made of 5/32"-thick sheet aluminum with a brushed finish. These accessories will surely surpass your expectations for quality and functionality.

Axiom® TERYX-AAG-SET - A-Arm Guards Set

KRF750 Teryx 2012-2013
KRF800 Teryx 2015-2018
KRT800 Teryx 2014-2018

These great looking guards are made from .160 (5/32") thick aluminum and feature Axiom's signature brushed finish
They protect your A-arms and CV boots from damage caused by logs, rocks, stumps, and more
Drainage holes prevent you from carrying excess mud and make cleaning easier
Square-shouldered low profile bolts prevent heads from shearing off no matter how rough the trail gets
Easy installation with NO drilling or mods to your machine
All hardware included
Made in the USA

Press the “Shop Now” button below to browse the full catalog of Axiom Side by Side parts and accessories available at POWERSPORTSiD.com

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If you have any questions, feel free to contact us here or call our specialists at 888.903.4348​
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