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Looking for a set of skid plates for my 2012 Brute 750. From reading some of the treads there seem to be 3, Ricochet, Aluminum products and Chuck750. How much more durable is the HD plastic that Chuck has vs the aluminum or metal ones, I ride in PA where it it very rocky, also want one that cover the CV boot covers really well. has anyone yet does a comparison on these Thanks, Mark

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Have you done a review search on each company. Have you checked Moose utility division? I might be wrong but I would go with aluminum over HD plastic at least with the aluminum or steel you can bend it back in shape.

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