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Use army green spray Paint to cover the clear plastic rub spots, will look ok, good memories on this thread.
 

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2009 Grizzly 550 EPS Camo 26.5" Pitbull Rockers XOR Ricochet full skid plates
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My 2009 550 has held up great no white spots or visible wear
 

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My 2011 700 Grizzly looks the pretty much the same as when new at 10,000 plus miles. That being said, the camo was/is kind of weak/grainy/washed out looking where the rear fenders form into the sides just behind/inside from my legs while riding. That's the way it came from the factory. I was initially worried that my legs would wear through the camo in this area but they haven't. I did notice the first time I washed it seemed to be water repellent like it had been treated with silicon, wax or something.

The camo really hides damage from scratches. If scratched deeply it shows just black plastic underneath.
Photo of new Grizzly in 2011.
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Photo from 2016 during service/maintenance. Notice the deep scratch/cut on top of rear fender.
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