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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 07-12-2012, 02:42 PM Thread Starter
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I have an 2011 grizzly 700 standard yamaha blue and meet a guy out on the trails with think he said it was an 09 special edition black snake skin and flames, really like that, looks real sharp, didn't get to look real close at it but didn't look like alot of changes from 09 to 11. Would the plastic off an 09 fit my 11 ?? Thanks guys.
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The black S.E. plastic was from 08 or 10 I believe. The basic plastic from 08 or 10 should fit but the floor boards/oil lipstick cover are different on the 11 and newer bikes. I have the 09 Red SE same looking as the black but in Red with ghost flames. I call mine the Lava Grizz.....LOL

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for the reply, yea saw the red SE and that looks sharp lookin too. when I bought mine I looked at the silver/grey SE and didn't like that one as much. Black would be my 1st choice and then red second.
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Can these SE plastics be purchesed, if so where?

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hey bakerman, you can get replacement body part online. the more I look into this its very costly though. rear fender just shy of $600 and with fronts its going to be over a grand-$1200. I really like the black but not that much Read the post in here about painting plastic now there an option, might be a good winta project.
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I have a red 2009 SE. I took off my red plastic and put it in the attic. It was too pretty, and expensive to be rubbing on the trees. Also if you go to the NADA web site you find that the SE model is worth a $1000.00 more. List price for all that SE plasiic is over $2500.00
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The black S.E. plastic was from 08 or 10 I believe. The basic plastic from 08 or 10 should fit but the floor boards/oil lipstick cover are different on the 11 and newer bikes. I have the 09 Red SE same looking as the black but in Red with ghost flames. I call mine the Lava Grizz.....LOL

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