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Default Added Mud guards (fender kit) to 835M yesterday

Had to add the fender kit to the rear of the Gator, too much mud was throwing up on rear of cab. (Mud was from country road not a field)

Sloan Equipment brought them down to my place, 60 miles away. Can't beat that service.

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Took the Gator down a muddy road today, the fender flares help alot. Glad I installed them.
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I did the same thing to the front wheel wells on my Honda Pioneer. They don't make them for the rear wheels or would have been tempted to add there also.
The ones on the front stop the mud from coating the doors and even flying in the cab.
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