I bought some Kolpin Overfenders due to the fact i think the yamaha ones make it look like a fat pig and i like the clean lines of the grizzly so i had to keep them. Any ways here is how they turned out and my opinion of them.
They came very fast from Amazon and right away i liked what i saw.
They installed very easy and involved drilling a 1/4" hole from the inside which can be tricky if you have a large drill. But i managed. Both the front and the back use a stock hole in the floor board and so i attached that first to get it lined up.
Then the front uses one plastic rivet that is suprisingly sturdy ( wish i could get a tone of them for the rest of the grizzly) so i lined up the overfender, and drilled a hole in the front plastic under the fender by the headlight, then drilled the rest. The back i lined up the "extended" back part and drilled a hole and bolted that then the rest of them.
The instructions also mentioned using silicon to help keep overflow from inside the fenders and it was a little messy and i didnt find a decent way to do this, so you are on your own.
Heres some completed pics, and a few of the angel eyes i put on awhile back. All in all, i think these overfenders are very sturdy and look much cleaner than the oem ones and keep mud off of you very well, its just another great option to choose from and i would definately recommend them thus far. Will get to see them in really muddy conditions hopefully soon, its pretty dry around here.
edit!!! im leaving these original links to photobucket on here just in case they restore them they will still work. added 3 so people can see what they look like.
09 Grizzly 700 Blue
Custom snorkels, 28" Zillas 10's front 12's back, 12" SS108, Madmike mod 2 and 3 with purple spring, 3000lb Viper with Blue
synthetic rope, Full ricochet skids with floorboard skids
2r Tip, Pod Mod (45), Kolpin Overfenders, Angel eyes
Pics of the Ride
'12 Toyota Tundra Rock Warrior 4x4
Black on Black.