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Hey everyone, looking at some handguards to keep the cold off and protect my brake levers if I have an oops. Would like to keep close to $50 and under. So bring it on! Discussion welcome.
 

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I use the Powermadd Sentinels but they will not help save much in the event of a mishap.

More to keep the driving rain, wind and tree branches off your hands.
 

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Powermadd, Mosse, Maier, Kolpin,are a few, but good luck with $50.00 range most are closer to $70 and up. Powermadd handgards are like $ 30+ then you have to buy mounting brackets, another $30+ sorry. Now they do make some cheep universal handgards on eBay ( not what I would want) but maybe worth a look.
https://www.rockymountainatvmc.com/p/962/9633/Maier-ATV-Handguards
 
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I have Acerbis Uniko ATV guards. They were not cheap,, about $130 Canadian .
Very nice design though.



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I think I am going to just buy a windshield with them built in. Thanks anyway guys.
 
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Would you make up my mind, lol
 
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I use the OEM yammi guards. They help with wind chill but the full windshield would be the way to go if you ride a lot in cold temps.
 

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I use the OEM yammi guards. They help with wind chill but the full windshield would be the way to go if you ride a lot in cold temps.
My Grizzly wants to play in the freezing cold (aka snow) to much. Ok so maybe the feeling is mutual.
 

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I have Acerbis Uniko ATV guards. They were not cheap,, about $130 Canadian .
Very nice design though.


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I was eyeballing the Acerbis lighted ones... but not really excited about drilling the ends. Opted for the lighted PowerMadd units. Haven’t installed them yet, so I’m still on the fence!



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I got these Acerbis knock offs on amazon for like $40 cdn shipped. They could cover more but they're strong!

Can't say how well they would work on a factory bar though.


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These look like they attach in 2 places. The Uniko ones only attach at the bar ends. It makes them easier, but not quite as secure.
The Uniko share the same small coverage area as these. I’d like to have a bit more wind coverage.
The moose guards I had on my 2009 grizzly were better that way, but I dont like the look as much as this style.


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Moose hand-guards. The cover well and go on easy, but always looked a but crooked and uneven.


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Maier handgards:
 

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Darn, you guys are going to make me get handguards and a windshield. Lol.
 

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I would think you might want to remove windshield in the summer and throw on the handgards?
 

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I was hoping those knock offs would have a larger coverage area, but I'm happy with them. I ride through overgrown trails often enough that a wanted to keep sticks off my levers.

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