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Old 09-24-2013, 03:11 PM
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Anyone run an oil pan skid like this one?

I've got a nice ding in my pan from one wheeling trip.. that ding could have stranded me with a little more ooph. I don't have any funds right now for UCF which will go on eventually, but I would like some protection.

Looking at this type:
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Yep I run one works good . The type of wheeling I do I do not need a full skid . Maybe when I get everything else done on the jeep I might get a full skid

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is that the teraflex one? ... they have decent reviews ... limited in strength by the way it mounts ... other than that they are decent ... and very well priced ... i briefly considered getting one, but had some deployment $$$ and went with a rokmen(for future tummy tuck compatibility)
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I run one, for 25.00 + shipping (38.00 total from Teraflex CA to NC) you can't beat it...
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don't know that I'd want the weight of the front end of my jeep bouncing on that...oil pan, flexible motor mounts, and the failure prone cast engine brackets. no thanks.

i'd rather transfer the weight to something sturdy, like the frame, via a full length engine skid....
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