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i am wanting some fender flares for my 700. i put 27in xtrs on itp wheels and it will cover ya if ya hit a little puddle. i dont mind gettin muddy when im out ridin but come duck season this isnt gona be so great. what flares do yall recomend?
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i am wanting some fender flares for my 700. i put 27in xtrs on itp wheels and it will cover ya if ya hit a little puddle. i dont mind gettin muddy when im out ridin but come duck season this isnt gona be so great. what flares do yall recomend?
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where can i get them at?
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I don't have a 700, I have a 660 - but I really like the Maier USA flairs because the fit & finish is excellent, well made and hold up to a beating with no cracks, or issues.

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I've got a set of Yamaha USA oem flares I'm trying to get rid of. Brand new in the box.
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The Maiers look great.



my fav is the Direction 2 ones



Reason I suggest Direction 2 is they go down all the way to the floorboard which offers great mud protection. Thats where like 60% of the mud comes up
 
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Loudervision

I like those from LouderVision, they cover about 4" more on each side, with my 27"XTRs and 1" spacers I'm going to taste a lot of mud.
YAMAHA Grizzly 550 700 Fender Flares FULL 4pc. SET !:eBay Motors (item 260458300921 end time Sep-03-09 06:43:51 PDT)
but to pricy for me, at least for now!

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mine were on it when i bought it, but they look like the maiers, or the top picture above. i have to try really hard to get anything on me while riding. i took em off for one ride because i hate the way the look, needless to say, i put em right back on. the advantage to the others is that they sit higher than the grizz plastic, when limbs hit the bike, they hit the flares not the grizzs plastic. less scratches and no mud:) those louder visions are bad ass. id say go with either of those.

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where can i get them at?
you can usually find them on EBAY or try here: https://www.yamahagenuineparts.com/A...=Grizzly%20700

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I've been very happy with my Yamaha US versions.



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I like Loudvisions (as per shape/design) but I think I'm goning to go with Yami can. version which looks more practical and functional in real enviroment.
Can. Ver. goes down to floorboards and the one on back wraps so looks like they giving more protection by wrapping the back fender.

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I have to say that I really like the Canadian Yamaha flares the best from a utility standpoint. After looking at the following picture from kenetex's garage, however, I have a concern about them. Eventually I plan on having both fender flares and the US Yamaha Heavy Dity front bumper/brush guard, but will the Canadial fender flares interfere with the way the Yamaha bumper attaches by the headlights?

First pic is kenetex's with the Canadial overfenders, second pic is Grizzrider08's with the heavy duty Yami bumper.




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From the looks Darth , you should be fine. If anything you will have to drill the holes in the overfenders were the b.guard mounts to the bodyplastic. Then put the guard behind the body plastic then the fender flares. Get what I am saying?
See how the guard is behind the plastic, those holes might have to be drilled through the fender flares.

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That's what I think, too, scooter, but I didn't know if there could be clearance issues elsewhere. Where the bumper wraps around a little, for instance. I know the flares are plastic and I could just trim them (whenever I get them... it might be a year before I get both of these items), but I hate the thought of doing that to $200 pieces of plastic. lol

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If the flares fit the contour of the fenders, then there should be no problems at all. As it looks on the canadian overfenders, looks like it uses one of those push pins in the stock location. If so, then i dont think you would have to drill any holes, since the Yamaha HD bumper uses the same stock mounting holes on the fenders.

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