Hi,Just got my Ricochet plates yesterday. Heavy duty looking product. I think I'm gonna hit them with a hole saw a couple of times to give them some drainage though as I can foresee alot of crap building up on them.
Well, maybe not as little as the Ricochet, but if it stopped just after the winch instead of having the hook holster thing it would look alot better.Too funny, after seeing the Ricochet pictures above I was thinking the opposite (the Ricochet didn't have enough).. Of course I have been known to molest a few trees on the tight trails in my area I think it all depends on the area you ride in and your riding style. Currently my factory front "skid plate" has more marks on it up high than it does down low which tells me I need the AP style... .or some tree avoidance lessons
In reality if we could combine the positives of each style we might have the perfect setup.
I agree about the upper part of the AP, plus I wonder how much airflow it blocks from the lower air inlet. I may cut that section off or bend it straight back when I get mine. I will wait a little while to see if it grows on me first and/or if I notice I am running hotter than before.Well, maybe not as little as the Ricochet, but if it stopped just after the winch instead of having the hook holster thing it would look alot better.
Have we found an answer to if the AP front skid can be used with the Warn bumper?