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2020 Grizzly SE Bumper required

Hi Guys.
I'm looking for a bumper to protect my new Grizzly from getting a beating when I am working it.
Any suggestions? Must be able to ship to the UK.
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As much as I fully love my Yamaha racing blue grizzly, that new bronze color is super sharp. Nice choice!

•2018 Grizzly 700 EPS in Blue•
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I'm having trouble finding a bumper as well. Only one I can really find for them is the Yamaha one, that looks like the cheap Moose brand. And those are junk. I may wind up having someone fabricate one for me, probably cost around the same price. Well, probably not but it would look better and be stronger.

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I'm having trouble finding a bumper as well. Only one I can really find for them is the Yamaha one, that looks like the cheap Moose brand. And those are junk. I may wind up having someone fabricate one for me, probably cost around the same price. Well, probably not but it would look better and be stronger.

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Warn and bison both make bumpers for the grizzly & kodiak 700, bison being a much nicer looking one.
Moose and super atv also make them.

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Warn and bison both make bumpers for the grizzly & kodiak 700, bison being a much nicer looking one.
Moose and super atv also make them.

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Yeah, I looked them, and I just don't like the looks of them. I have an image in my head of what it should look like. Basic design that outlines and covers what needs to be. I really liked the Kimpex that I had on my Rincon. And it was much stronger than the Moose bumper that my buddy had on his.


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Yeah I'm not a fan of any of the front bumpers out there except one I saw that was a true off road style like to see on a truck or a jeep, but it was hand fabricated aluminum , 2800usd. No way.
For rear bumpers, I really like the bison, best one in my opinion.

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Pretty sure I saw one (big brush guard bumper) on Yamaha’s website under accessories
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So this is what I decided on in the end. Bought from Germany for £160 new.
Really pleased with the quality and the fit. It has spotlight mounting brackets welded ready for extra lighting. Aluminium, light weight but very sturdy Small brackets were included with bolts to make the plastics secure. No modifications required. Just remove the standard plastic bumpers and bolt to the two upper and two lower rack fixings.
Overall I highly recommend this to anyone looking for a nice bumper for a new Grizzly


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I have the Guru front and rear bumpers and been happy with them.
Don't know if they have one for the later model years like 2020.

https://www.atv-guru.com/yamaha/
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That looks solid! Nicely done!

•2018 Grizzly 700 EPS in Blue•
MSA 'M33 Clutch' Wheels 12" with matching Blue MSA center cap star.
Maxxis Bighorn 3.0 tires 26" (For 2018 I ran Maxxis Vipr tires).
Fasst Flexx Handlebars/ Rox 5" Riser/ Rox gauge pod relocate.
Moose Prospector Front Trunk (Installed on the rear rack).
RotoPax 2 Gal Gas installed on the Moose Prospector.
Warn ProVantage 2500-S With Synthetic Rope.
Warn ProVantage Hawse Fairlead #94243.
Factor55 ProLink XTV Shackle Mount.
Elka Stage 3 Shocks all around.
Line-X Front and Rear rack.
Yamaha Handguards.
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So this is what I decided on in the end. Bought from Germany for £160 new.

Really pleased with the quality and the fit. It has spotlight mounting brackets welded ready for extra lighting. Aluminium, light weight but very sturdy Small brackets were included with bolts to make the plastics secure. No modifications required. Just remove the standard plastic bumpers and bolt to the two upper and two lower rack fixings.

Overall I highly recommend this to anyone looking for a nice bumper for a new Grizzly





https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Front-bum...p2047675.l2557


Wow ! That looks great! I actually think that looks better than the Yamaha branded brush guard! Although I do like how the Yamaha one wraps around the front corners which has most likely saved my plastics from a few ill placed trees!


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That is really sharp Sax.....’s. Thanks for sharing
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