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KRX Low Profile Fender Flares

Adds 5 more inches of coverage to your existing fender flares!

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  • Made of extremely durable 1/8” LDPE (low-density polyethylene)
  • Adds up to an additional 5” of protection on each side
  • Protects against rocks, dirt, mud, sand, and other debris
  • Mounts to OEM fender flares for a sleek, low-profile look
  • Includes all hardware and instructions for easy installation
Stay Clean While Getting Dirty
Most riders are OK with having sludge caked on their machine, but not everyone loves having it thrown in their lap. That’s where SuperATV’s Low Profile Fender Flares can help. They attach to your Kawasaki Teryx KRX 1000’s stock fender flares to give you up to 5” of additional coverage. From mud holes to creeks, these flares are an easy and low-cost way to keep your cab (and your lap) clean while your KRX gets down and dirty. And thanks to our solid construction and sleek, low-profile design, you’ll look good doing it.

A Perfect Fit for Your KRX
Our fender flare extensions are made from 1/8” LDPE, so they can handle the most brutal off-road hits without breaking. They secure to your existing fender flares using machined aluminum chamfered washers and countersunk bolts. Combine that with precision cutting to match the curves of your KRX 1000 fender flares and you’re left with a smooth, cohesive look.

Style Meets Practicality
These KRX mud flaps offer end-to-end coverage of your wheel well. They’re sleek and rigid, and they look just as good as they perform. When it comes to style and practicality, our Low Profile Fender Flares deliver the whole package.
 

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Whats the best price you can do? I tried using the superatv website and shipping was ridiculous
Like @EvanM said, we have a bunch of great dealers in Canada, and they can probably help out with pricing when making bulk orders where shipping is discounted. Feel free to PM me your location,and I try to find one of my dealers that may be near you.
 

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Yes ive looked at revco just seeing if there was better prices, actually ordered a set from utvcanada in leduc.
Where abouts are you in alberta Evan? Im up north in the mac
Thanks superatv just wanted to see if you could do a better price but i guess not
 

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Awesome im hoping to get down there some time in the summer and check out the trails, or are they better in the winter? ive never been. Looks like some decent trails from Facebook pages i follow
To be honest, I've never actually done riding around here. I'm going to be looking for someone to show me some trails. I usually go near Rocky mountain house, and Crowsnest Pass. Looking forward to trying out the new machine. Just picked it up last month
 
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