|09-04-2012 03:58 PM|
|geiman||After going aluminium, I'd never do anything else. I can easily lower and lift my Savvy skids by myself without much effort at all. It makes removing them for servicing things much less of a chore.|
|09-04-2012 03:29 PM|
|jrussblues||Mines 3/16 and its a pita to work with. Worth the protection but probably weighs about 100 lbs|
|09-04-2012 03:24 PM|
this is all 1/4"
it's f'n heavy....especially when trying to wrestle it around off the jeep.
I got this stuff long before the current market players were available. To do it over again, I'd do UCF's aluminum skids.
|09-04-2012 03:22 PM|
I wanna be able to crush rocks... lol
so what do you think 100?
|09-04-2012 03:11 PM|
|jrussblues||2-300 lbs of skid plates sounds like a lot just for underneath|
|09-04-2012 03:10 PM|
Custom skid plates
ok... here's one for the mob...
I'm gonna make some custom skid plates... I was thinking 1/4 inch steel... how much weight do you think I can get away with under the jeep?
I was guessing 200-300 pounds..
I was also thinking of making it into the tranny pan... kind of like that tummy tuck kit they sell.
I do a lot of hunting and rock crawling with it...
and its a DD... but not for long as my DD YJ is almost done with an engine rebuild... but I wanna be able to drive my TJ to the wheelin spots...
What say you all?