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01-28-2011 02:10 PM
Originally Posted by cherokee980 View Post
wow..kinda pricey!!! Nice, but pricey!
Still a lot cheaper than replacing a fuel tank, transfer case or steering box.

These are the same skids used on the J8 and Military Spec vehicles designed to withstand blasts.
01-28-2011 11:10 AM
cherokee980 wow..kinda pricey!!! Nice, but pricey!
01-27-2011 01:24 AM
Asfir4x4 JK? TJ? XK? LOST??

Don't just protect the topside, the bottomside is more vulnerable and costly to repair!!
01-21-2011 04:38 PM
Lawngnome Ok, thanks, just wanted to make sure.
01-21-2011 09:34 AM
Originally Posted by coryleep View Post
Thanks guys, is there anything else you would recommend to do to the underside of a jeep that is a decent price?
All of our plates are very decently priced. And they are way cheaper than a Transfer Case or Fuel tank!!

Consider that we are offer 1/4" 5052 Aluminum skid plates, which provide better resistance to damage while still being light enough not to add significant weight. This will help with fuel mileage when we get to $5 a gallon here pretty soon.

All of our plates bolt to factory crossmembers or attach with our galvanized or powdercoated brackets. So you get the rigidity of the steel to keep the plates in line and the mechanical properties of aluminum to keep you protected.
01-21-2011 09:25 AM
Originally Posted by Lawngnome View Post
What is the name of the front skid? is it the steering box skid?
Yes, the front skid is currently being called a steering box skid. We are working on changing the naming convention on the skids.
01-21-2011 06:48 AM
coryleep Thanks guys, is there anything else you would recommend to do to the underside of a jeep that is a decent price?
01-20-2011 10:38 PM
Lawngnome What is the name of the front skid? is it the steering box skid?
01-20-2011 08:06 PM
ESP skids look good, haven't seen those before.
01-20-2011 05:59 PM
Protect yourself from STD's

SEVERE TRAIL DAMAGE!!!! That is......

Don't let a weekend of wheeling get cut short because the manufacturer of your "Trail Rated Vehicle" did not give it enough protection on the underside. Many vital components on today's "Trail Worthy" vehicles are plastic, ultra thin steel or non-existent.

Make a proactive move and protect yourself from STD's!!!

ASFIR offers skid plates, bumpers, side protectors and trail accesories for most Jeep models. Check us out at Asfir 4x4 by AOTech.

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