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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 07-09-2019, 12:50 PM Thread Starter
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CV boot guards

After this last ride I need to replace two boots on my Honda. Not a good day. Anyhow, what are the options to prevent sticks from ripping up my boots, I did my best to avoid the worst of it. I already have A arm guards (over sized aluminum protectors)

I’ve read some and bad things about Kevlar cv boot wraps, any opinions? Also Honda cv boots or aftermarket?
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@fishfiles made his own If I remember rightly. If making your own is an option I'm sure he'd share a picture or two for inspiration.
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Some ATVs the stick stoppers are still available ----------if you are close to Lacombe , La , I have some stock 300 and 450 stick stoppers i would most likely sell
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Honda 420 (2013) fixed rear axle and Honda 500 (2011) fixed rear again

@fishfiles The stick stoppers look like a arm guards? Is there a difference?

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Quote MBMiller34 " @fishfiles The stick stoppers look like a arm guards? Is there a difference? " Quote

I don't know what brand they started off as , I cut each side 7 different places , re-drilled holes and done some bending on them to make them work ,
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Ox-Lite is what everyone around here has always used, but I think they're out of business.

Here are some from Savant. They make good stuff.

Just keep in mind none of them will 100% protect you from boot tears/holes. Some protect better than others, but nothing is guaranteed.


https://strongmade.com/strong-made-a...-stoppers.html
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