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09-21-2011 01:59 PM
Asfir4x4 You would probably be more in the $1500 range for the full underbelly set. That being said, there is not any insurance company that will sell you a policy to extract your vehicle and repair it when you go offroading.

If you break that initial investment down over say 5 years of ownership you pay $300 per year for insurance that the "little" stream you are crossing will not take you out if you choose an incorrect line (we can help you if the little stream is 7 feet deep though!)
09-16-2011 02:54 AM
truckman
Skid plates rant

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Check out www.asfir4x4.com for information and call us for Wrangler Forum special pricing.
They are incredible skid plates and engineered very well, but very expensive, this is close to $4,000.! I am also aware that this isn't charity,lol, and you are responding to inferior production quality skid plates or in this case a complete absence of skid plates from the factory! You would think a Rubicon would come with off road ready skid plates, after all it is an off road vehicle, is everyone else annoyed of the lack of factory skid plates that are as good as these? The Power Wagon comes with good skid plates, what is up with the Rubicon?
09-15-2011 12:33 PM
Asfir4x4
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Very impressive skid plates! how much are these and where do I find them?
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09-15-2011 03:50 AM
truckman Very impressive skid plates! how much are these and where do I find them?
09-14-2011 10:07 AM
Asfir4x4
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You have my attention!

I see the hole for the oil drain but don't see the plug, will you be able to change the oil without removing it?
We will be moving the hole over about 2" to allow for fluid changes without removal of the skid plate.
09-13-2011 06:14 PM
ranjr You have my attention!

I see the hole for the oil drain but don't see the plug, will you be able to change the oil without removing it?
09-13-2011 05:18 PM
Asfir4x4 A few more pics.
09-13-2011 05:16 PM
Asfir4x4
ASFIR4x4 2012 JK Skid Plates

We have completed test fitting and other than some minor changes to our 2007 - 2011 JK Skids it looks like we have success!!

Currently we will be making the modifications before shipping, but out next round of productions will have the engineering changes built in.

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