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Replacing skid plate on ZR600-Sno Stuff or Holeshot?

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doing a little maintenance and noticed my stock belly skid plate is broken again. I found stock, holeshot and snostuff available. It looks like the holeshot was an OEM upgrade piece offered by arctic cat, right? Anybody like the snostuff better?
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The Sno-stuff and holeshot are not replacements for the stock belly pan. They go over the stock belly pan. You will still need to replace the stock one.
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ok, do I need to replace the stock then? Its still there, just cracked across the middle.
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Ok, I dont think Im going to replace the stock one, doesnt seem to be a point if the new one fits over.
Looks like the holeshot is slightly thicker.
anyone have either on their zr? Fit good?
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I think it was a holeshot I used on my 2000 z440. Fit good and did it's job! I had the green one and it did fade a LITTLE after a year or two, nothing really terrible at all, at least not bad enough for me to remove it (I'm pretty picky about that stuff), but just wanted to note it. I'd get a black one if I did it again, the one in question was a green one.

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They are a lot thicker and a different material. You don't "have" to replace the stock one, but some of the aftermarket ones mount to the stock belly pan in the front. I know the zr3 ones mount with 2 bolts through the stock pan right under the bumper.
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