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Can-Am Maverick X3 & X3 MAX Front Diff Skid Plate

Can-Am Maverick X3 & X3 MAX Front Diff Skid Plate

Fits: 64″ or 72″ wide, 2 seat and 4 seat “Max” models (2017-2021+)

Factory UTV’s X3 Front Diff Skid Plate covers an area left exposed on the stock Maverick X3.

Works with the OEM protection in place. 

Constructed from UHMW (Ultra-High Molecular Weight) plastic. Significantly lighter than aluminum, FUTV skids and A-Arm guards offer full protection for the undercarriage of your UTV. 

**Please retain all your OEM skid plate hardware for new skid install. We will supply all extra hardware required to mount new skids** 

Regular price $118.00 USD
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Many of our products are built to order and will ship within a week. If you need a product sooner or would like to know when to expect your order to be fulfilled please send us an email at or give us a call at (916)383-2730.
Once your order is placed it may be subject to a restocking fee even if it has not shipped yet.

Learn More About UHMW

UHMW stands for Ultra High Molecular Weight and is the plastic Factory UTV uses to create skid plates, a-arm guards, and rockslides for just about every major UTV model on the market. 

During its manufacturing process, the molecules of this plastic are compacted as densely and close together as possible. UHMW is roughly 100 times denser than HMW, and exponentially denser than ABS or other common plastics.

The UHMW used by Factory UTV is partially made from Recycled UHMW materials, making the constancy more rigid and impact-absorbent than new plastic, allowing the perfect flexing capability needed to endure impacts. Our UHMW has a very low coefficient of friction, making it slippery in rough conditions, but it has the impact resistance and density to withstand some of the harshest environments you can throw at it.

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Customer Reviews

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Not sure what they where thinking here.

Initial fit up has a teeter totter front to back and the holes that you need to drill line up with the rivets that are part of the frame, like I'm not drilling out structural rivets wtf...