I say PRM I've never heard a bad thing about them. The only time ur ever going to have with their plates is in the swingarm, but thats if ur trying to hits rocks or r a rocky area or a REALLY rough area. Thats when i would get a Pro-tec steel skidplate.
For $15 more than Suzuki swingarm skid u can get the Pro-tec stainless steel plate. If u look at the pro-armor swingarm skid i posted is it just the angle cuz it doesn't look like its covering the brake rotor.
That is my quad on the Pro Armor website. The swingarm skid does in fact cover the rotor and sprocket very well. My friend and I have been riding with them and hitting as many rocks as possible and they have held up perfectly. It is the strongest that I have ever seen. The reason for the seperate skid for the rear shock was to save weight and the shock linkage moves in motion which could cause contact with a 1 piece skid.
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