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Thanks to everyone who posted before.

Tired of dust coming up off the front tires, billowing around my rifle case and INTO MY FACE!

Hopefully these may help.
Test ride!!!!!!

Oh, went with the brp mud guards.
More concerned with that front tire gap that used to exist than mud.

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Got me a new winch hook pull strap too since mine ended up in a canyon.
Reminder to self,
Remove custom hook pull on future buck retrieval missions (y)

I'll climb down and find my other one after season ends.....or I can find a younger man that wants to help a guy out.
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Looking good, man!
 
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Thanks bro hope they help.
And man oh MAN is the beast LOVING the 93 NON ethanol gas!
 

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Guess I should change the title and just throw it on here while dawg eats his kibbles.
He wont eat if I head out to the garage...

Anyways, threw some amber led bulbs in the headlights since I never use them.
Awesome stealth lights now.
Work really well with the halos, which are great for an eerie feel in the woods by themselves, but dont project far enough to go fast.

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Theres a heat wave going on right now so figured might as well do some mods while Im home.
Big cool down coming next week for the last week of deer season, hit it hard again then.

I used some heavy duty two sided mounting tape on the flares to seal up the gaps. Really great kit for the G1s. Smartly put together with more than everything I needed.
I like the way they look too.
Should be standard equip imo.
 

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those little bits of plastic that they call flares work so freaking well it's unreal. I added them to mine and thought "these are supposed to shield mud and dust and water?" and the first hole i went through i saw them channel the spray away from me and they convinced me right then and there
 

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Thats awesome to hear.
Been riding out back but its superwindy today so its not really a good test.

I remember last year rifle season I was like WTF...the dust was just rolling off the 27s cruising down the main dirt roads, billowing around my rifle case and right in my eyes.
Its getting so bad I threw the old goggles in.
This year I looked to see what I might could do and I can clearly see the huge gap up front where the bigger tires are just completely out in the open.

Glad to hear they work well for you!
Cant wait to get back out on the open roads.
Thanks for the positive review.
 

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now keep in mind they are not 100% effective.. you wont be staying completely clean! But you will be less dirty lol
 
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