This is a discussion on Yamaha overfenders install... within the Grizzly Accessories forums, part of the Grizzly Forums category; So I picked up some overfenders from a fellow GC member who decided he didn't want them and they didn't come with any instructions for ...
So I picked up some overfenders from a fellow GC member who decided he didn't want them and they didn't come with any instructions for install. Normally that doesn't seem like too big of a deal except there are about 8 pieces of hardware for each hole. Anyone who has installed these could you tell me the size of the hole that is supposed to be drilled? I'm pretty sure I have the correct hardware assembly figured out(I'm thinking bolt, washer, overfender, rubber grommet through the hole on the grizz, plastic sleeve, then nut) but any tips on that would be helpful too.
2011 550 Grizz EPS
12" ITP 312's
Warn 2500 lb. winch
Hot Rod Sheave
14 g. Dr. Pulley Weights
Yamaha Brush Deflectors
Hey mnmofro, If you can, post some pics of the process. Im considering putting them on but would like to see the process and end results. The big question being, how much wider did it make it? I only have a 4x8 trailer and the Grizzly just fits now with about 3/4" on each side. Thanks!! Ron
2009 Grizzly 700 EPS 4x4 FI SE, Yamaha HD front bumper, Moose rear bumper, Wes Industries rear cargo box, Rotopax gas can, Ricochet full skids w/floors, Powermadd handguards, Bison fender guards.
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