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Add-On ATV Fenders Made Out Of Old Rubber Wheel Line Irrigation Hose
The rear fenders on our 1995 Yamaha 350 2-WD ATV are too narrow and allowed mud to fly up onto the driver. To solve the problem we made a pair of "add-on" fenders out of an old rubber wheel line irrigation hose. We cut the 4-in. dia. hose into strips that are 6 in. long and 3 in. wide and bolted them to each fender. The 1/4-in. thick rubber strips follow the curve of the fender and dip down on back. It eliminated the need for high priced mud flaps. We use specially designed lugged tires on this ATV but that wasn't the cause of the "flying mud" problem. (Paden Andersen, 23 McDonald Cr. Rd., Livingston, Montana 59047 ph 406 222-3608; email: tractorboypaden@aol.com)

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2004 - Volume #28, Issue #5