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Durablue skid plate

Thanks B&R,
For anyone looking for an alternative to the standard aluminum swingarm skidplate this may be an alterative.
The pic in the durablue site isn't the actual raptor skidplate. The actual plate is very thick, the material around the mounting holes is 1/2" to 5/8" thick and the rest of the plate is about 5/16" in the thinest place. Looks super tough, I'm expecting this should hold up well.
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