Is the camo color really scratch resistant? Are any of the ohter colors any more scratch resistant thatn the other. I have also heard that if the blue bends there will be white stretch marks in the plastic.
If you do get those white marks in the blue plastic, You can use a heat gun to remove them. I did this to my raptor when I had it and my friends warrior. $6300 is great price for the Grizz. If I wanted to travel up to 3 hours I could find one at that price but I'm going to settle for a little more money and little bit closer.
The Camo is no more scratch resistant than any of the other colors I belive, its just harder to see the scratches. They tend to blend into the camo pattern better than on the solid colors where the plastic is real shinny to start with. I have the blue one and I love the color but when riding in the woods it does tend to show the scratches and acuff marks, especially on the outter edges of the fenders. I got a tree branch stuck between the fender and the back of the floor board. After I removed it I was left with a minnor white mark on the edge of the fender.
I keep hearing the heat gun trick and need to try it, but I think I will try it out on my Raptor first to see how it goes.
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