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I have a 2006 foreman 500 and was wondering if i could add a aluminum product skidplate to it, but the problem is that i have a hawse fairlead? Will it still fit? Also are stick guards worth the money?
 

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I have a 2006 foreman 500 and was wondering if i could add a aluminum product skidplate to it, but the problem is that i have a hawse fairlead? Will it still fit? Also are stick guards worth the money?
Hawse or Roller Fairlead wil fit on the AP skid. I started out with a roller and now have a Hawse on mine.

Stik Gards are very much worth it.
 

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The best thing other than protecting you machine is that the skid aluminum skid plate is smooth. The factory plate has humps, bumps and holes that can hang on rocks. The aluminum skid just slides over like a sled.. and it does not hold mud as bad as factory...
 

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are stick guards worth the money?
This was my first investment into the bike. I had them installed before I took ownership.
 
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