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Old 03-09-2008, 07:07 PM   #1
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Steering Box Skid

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Does anyone know of or recommend a steering box skid that bolts up without any drilling?

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Old 03-09-2008, 07:37 PM   #2
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Just 2 of them come to mind.

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Looking at the Kilby pics it appears that even though there are 2 bolt holes in the front you can get away with only using 1. Would using 1 bolt in the front recommended?
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The ones mentioned will work well, but why no drilling? It's not that bad and the steering skids that require drilling have self tapping screws.
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The one I just got for $39 shipped has a bolt in the front and two on the side.Then a small bolt through the tube frame that runs across the front of the jeep.That is were you have to drill.I will see how tight it is once bolted and may just use a 3M foam two sided tape just to keep it from rubbing/vibrateing on the tube and not drill mine either.
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