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    VISUAL COMPARISON OF YOUR OEM SKID PLATE VS SSS OFFROAD 100% UHMW FULL COVERAGE SKID PLATE ON THE HP 1000-5.

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    WHY UHMW SSS OFF-ROAD SKID PLATES?

    It reduces noise
    It doesn’t absorb moisture
    It is chemical- corrosion- and wear resistant
    It is self-lubricating
    It has a low coefficient of friction
    It has excellent impact strength
    It will hold up in extreme cold (-22 deg F) OR heat (275 deg F)

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    Re: SKID UP! PROTECT YOUR INVESTMENT! DON'T GO OUT UNPROTECTED!

    Should I go thicker than 3/8” thick?
    Thicker gauged skid plates does, by virtue of it being thicker, provide a tougher underside exterior. But unless you are okay with the added weight, extra amount on your clearance capacity, doing technical rides on really rough terrains, we say the 3/8” thick provides the protection you are looking for when replacing your OEM skid plates. Lesser weight, greater clearance and same wear capability.

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