|03-20-2012 10:58 PM|
Off Road Evolution, Bumper/Armor/Skids
|03-20-2012 09:39 PM|
I'm also looking at JCR skid plates. They also have an exhuast loop skid. Haven't bought yet. Still in the research phase.
JcrOffroad, Inc. JK Wrangler Engine Skid Plate
|03-11-2012 08:43 PM|
I didn't drain the oil when I installed mine and had no issues. Just do it carefully and don't bump the pan too hard.
The oil skid can be purchased by itself so you don't have to get the entire system.
|03-11-2012 08:39 PM|
I'd advise draining your oil before installing the skid, even though it's not done in this write up. Could very easily turn messy.
Project-JK.com - Jeep JK Wrangler Resource » EVO MFG 2012 Jeep JK Wrangler ProTeK Skid System Installation Write-Up
|03-11-2012 08:14 PM|
Also, from what I have found, at least for the 2012, it's a system, and at $400
|03-11-2012 08:06 PM|
That's what I'm gonna go with, the EVO Pro Tek skids. Here's a link, W:
EVO: Bumper/Armor/Skids, EVO MFG(5) ProTeK Skid System for 2012 Jeep JK Wranglers
This link shows the whole system, but you can buy just the oil pan skid, I think.
|03-11-2012 07:50 PM|
|Fourtango||Check out the evo protek skid plates. There is a write up on project Jk|
|03-11-2012 07:18 PM|
OP Skid Plate
................. any of you folks seen an "Oil Pan Skid Plate" for a 2012 JK, that does not require the removal of the oil pan
Have spent HOURS under my Jeep the past few days: bolt replacement, exhaust extensions etc. and I swear the oil pan seems to be nothing more than a "beer can" painted black