You can get them at the Honda dealer , There's x3 plastic pieces, the most expensive was about $26.00 . Camo will run you about $130.00 for the same piece. I just swapped out my green for black. Also the headlight cover, leaving the front & rear fender green . In thick woods,(Pines. oaks, grass under brush) it hides better than the camo. The camo clashes with the natural environment color in N. Ga.
As for the Camo scratching , Yes they do scratch . They are scratch resistant NOT proof , and they look like Cr#p when they do get scratched . Since its a molded Camo pattern , you can't do much with it . With the Black/Green/Red/Yellow, you can wet sand with 1200, buff and surface scratchs will be removed. Camo you can't do anything. On the Nature colors above, clean them and use something like Pledge on them. Pledge will reduce dust/dirt buildup and slicker surface for branches to help reduce scratches . Down side, it makes your Honda nice and pretty & shiny, I state downside due to shiny is NOT what you want when your trying to move silent and unnoticed in the woods.
Black plastic looks good! However I looked at one earlier this week and all I saw were finger prints all over it. I looked at the white foreman and was impressed finally someone makes white plastic that doesn't look to bad. I know I bashed it earlier when it was first introduced and seeing it in person does it great justice. Take a look at the white next time you're in the dealership.
I might sell them, I wanted a black bike but i found this one for a good price 5900, Canadian the way it sits 1300 miles on it, don't mind the yellow it's kinda growing on me. i was just checking how much it would cost me to change. the plastics are mint with only very fine scratches most from peoples shows. if i do change the color i will make sure to post my old plastics with pics for sale here.
I have yellow as well and just saw the new whites ones at the dealership and liked them alot. I wanted black as well, but all the 07 foremans I ride with are black. They don't clean exceptionally well meaning they still look dirty after drying. White will be hard to clean but at least scratches and fingerprints won't be noticeable if you care about that stuff. I'll post my yellows if I decide to change. What would you give for a good set of yellows? No cracks or any bad scratches. The only thing I see on them is where my tank bag have barely hazed the part on the side of the tank. When I noticed that, I took it off and only put it on when I go on a ride.
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