Skid Plates? - Jeep Wrangler Forum
Jeep Wrangler Forum

Go Back   Jeep Wrangler Forum > TJ Jeep Wrangler Forum > TJ Tech Forum

Join Wrangler Forum Today


Reply
 
Thread Tools

Please support our sponsors and let them know you heard about them on WranglerForum.com
Old 05-05-2010, 10:02 AM
Thread Starter
  #1
Jeeper
 
3025826's Avatar
 
Join Date: Mar 2010
Location: Kansas
Posts: 185
Skid Plates?

I like to do some offroading with my friends as much as the next guy, and frequently my friends like to push my Jeep to the limits. I haven't had my Jeep for very long and I would like to know what should have in protection for my Jeep in terms of skid plates and other off road necessities.

3025826 is offline   Quote
Old 05-05-2010, 10:05 AM
Thread Starter
  #2
Jeeper
 
3025826's Avatar
 
Join Date: Mar 2010
Location: Kansas
Posts: 185
Also I have been in some fairly deep water recently, do I need to change fluids or do I need any mods to my jeep to be safe to go in water?

3025826 is offline   Quote
Old 05-05-2010, 10:06 AM   #3
Jeeper
 
mrcarcrazy's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jul 2009
Location: Midland/Odessa, TX
Posts: 5,152
this depends on who you ask.

BUT my theory, which was adopted from another member here is protect anything that if hit very hard will end your day.

for me this means.

Diff covers (they are the lowest thing, will get hit the most.)
HD tie rod (OEM gets bent really easily)
Engine skid (a hole in your oil pan will not end nicely)
Gas tank skid (fuel is worthless when its running down the trail)
recovery strap w/o metal hooks is a good idea
Recovery hooks on your rig and every other rig out w/ you.

and #1 is don't wheel w/ only one vehicle.


How deep was the water? It if was deep enough to submerge >1/2 the transmission then I'd go ahead and change fluids. If you have an automatic I'd avoid deep water.
__________________
2017 Rubicon Hardrock. - Rockhard4x4 winch plate and Warn XD9000.
mrcarcrazy is offline   Quote
Sponsored Links
Advertisement
 
Old 05-05-2010, 11:00 AM   #4
Jeeper
 
computeruser's Avatar
 
Join Date: May 2010
Location: East Lansing, MI
Posts: 811
If automatic, you can tap the vent hole in the front pump and run a hardline out of the bellhousing, and then vent the thing high enough to avoid the water.

Otherwise, change your fluids to see what is getting in where, and adjust your driving accordingly.
computeruser is offline   Quote
Old 05-05-2010, 11:31 AM   #5
Jeeper
 
Schmo's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jul 2007
Location: SoCal
Posts: 1,591
x2 on what mrcarcrazy mentioned. Also a good set of rockers will save you a lot of body damage and are probably what I've used the most.
__________________
Bite the hand that feeds you . . . you've had more than enough to eat already.
Schmo is offline   Quote
Old 05-05-2010, 11:41 AM   #6
Jeeper
 
mrcarcrazy's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jul 2009
Location: Midland/Odessa, TX
Posts: 5,152
Quote:
Originally Posted by Schmo View Post
x2 on what mrcarcrazy mentioned. Also a good set of rockers will save you a lot of body damage and are probably what I've used the most.
oh yeah, always forget the rockers. (I'm already overdoing w/ what I have on my Jeep....since the local offroading scene consists of dirt alleys.)
__________________
2017 Rubicon Hardrock. - Rockhard4x4 winch plate and Warn XD9000.
mrcarcrazy is offline   Quote
Old 05-05-2010, 12:14 PM   #7
Jeeper
 
Lowrollin12's Avatar
 
Join Date: Mar 2010
Location: Upstate New York
Posts: 340
Good info... Thanks!
__________________
MY 3rd TJ and favorite '03 Rubi with 3.5 Rock Krawler Short Arm Kit and RRD 2.0 Shocks, 32' Goodyear MTR's on Dick Cepek Wheels. Viar 450, CB and custom tool/Sub box.

Other rides: 95 Sonoma fully shaved, helium bags/rods for hoppin around, streetbeat rag top, SSBC bigbrake kit.... MORE $$$$ 04 Kawi Ninja zx-6 636 Blazin Orange!
Lowrollin12 is offline   Quote
Old 05-05-2010, 01:58 PM   #8
Jeeper
 
jskinn27's Avatar
 
Join Date: May 2010
Location: albuquerque, NM
Posts: 563
i had a question. skid plate wise...what is the skidplate called that goes from the front bumper down toward the front axel? is there a special name for it or anything?
jskinn27 is offline   Quote
Old 05-05-2010, 02:12 PM   #9
Jeeper
 
Schmo's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jul 2007
Location: SoCal
Posts: 1,591
Quote:
Originally Posted by jskinn27 View Post
i had a question. skid plate wise...what is the skidplate called that goes from the front bumper down toward the front axel? is there a special name for it or anything?
Are you referring to that plastic thing that JKs have (FJ's have a metal one in the same basic spot)? The only skid that TJs have on the front bumper would be a steering box skid.
__________________
Bite the hand that feeds you . . . you've had more than enough to eat already.
Schmo is offline   Quote
Old 05-05-2010, 02:24 PM   #10
Jeeper
 
jdhallissey's Avatar
 
Join Date: Aug 2008
Location: Gurnee,IL
Posts: 5,104
Send a message via AIM to jdhallissey
The skid plate your talking about is for pre-runner trucks who run the desert they are not used for rocks. To skid plates really the only ones you truly need are gas skid and diff covers. Control arm skids don't hurt either but to the oil pan skid, you really don't need it unless your just a monster and pick really stupid lines that will most likely do more damage to the rest of the jeep then the oil pan itself. I have never once hit my oil pan, not even close. I have dropped my gs skid on a TON of things tho and I am looking to get a new one ( I have the stocker now) I ran a belly up skid and that is important in my book not for the protection but for the added height of not dragging on EVERYTHING. you will get the internet wheelers that say you need every skid out there and then some but coming from wheeling a ton and with guys who have wheeled some of the hardest trails in the USA. This is what you need

Rockers, gas tank skid, diff covers, Belly up is very nice but not needed. If your wheeling hard stuff control arm skids help a lot too. The first things I mentioned are a must. the rest is you find out when you go.

Like others have said, I rub my rockers with the tub step more then I run anywhere else. I would not have a jeep anymore with the amount of dropping the jeep on rocks with the edges of the tub.

To go along with what is need aftermarket bumpers (stubbies) and a winch will do you more good then a oil pan skid.
__________________
Know nothing SPEAK on everything

Quote:
Originally Posted by ccain View Post
Isn't the JK just a rebodied PT Cruiser?!

Quote:
Originally Posted by coyote_94yj
Just a few more inches Red. You can take it.


If you haven't gotten more out of the insurance company than you deserve, then you haven't screwed them nearly as much as they have been screwing you for the past xx years.
jdhallissey is offline   Quote
Old 05-05-2010, 02:56 PM   #11
Jeeper
 
Schmo's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jul 2007
Location: SoCal
Posts: 1,591
I guess it depends on where you wheel. Here in SoCal where most the trails are rocks and more rocks, I would recommend an oil pan or engine skid (after the diffs, rocker, etc, that you are more likely to hit). I have a Skid Row Engine skid with some nice scars and a bit of a bend and have seen a bunch of guys with big dents in their oil pan and heard several stories of guys puncturing there oil pan on some of the trails out here that aren't monster trails. I know one of the scars is from Calico...went down a big waterfall and was all relieved after making it down without any carnage . . . got all happy and didn't realize that there was a second smaller waterfall right after the big one . . . that one mistake would have cost me big time and probably ruined the trip had it not have been for all the armor I've got.
__________________
Bite the hand that feeds you . . . you've had more than enough to eat already.
Schmo is offline   Quote
Old 05-05-2010, 03:01 PM   #12
Jeeper
 
jdhallissey's Avatar
 
Join Date: Aug 2008
Location: Gurnee,IL
Posts: 5,104
Send a message via AIM to jdhallissey
^ I wheeled bronco peak, heart attack isn't much for dragging or rocks along with AZ. None of those guys ran oil pan skids. If you have the money I guess get one but if you catch your oil pan your doing stuff completely wrong and I know there is the exception but you SHOULD NOT hit your oil pan on rocks. Think of how they got there and what you did wrong if you do catch it. I have never even come close to catching it and I have done some stupid stuff on lonely 33's lol.

I forgot in my original post HD TIE ROD IS A MUST lol I have bent 3 stockers. BAD The last one was the worst, I am investing in the Currie system as I type this.
__________________
Know nothing SPEAK on everything

Quote:
Originally Posted by ccain View Post
Isn't the JK just a rebodied PT Cruiser?!

Quote:
Originally Posted by coyote_94yj
Just a few more inches Red. You can take it.


If you haven't gotten more out of the insurance company than you deserve, then you haven't screwed them nearly as much as they have been screwing you for the past xx years.
jdhallissey is offline   Quote
Old 05-05-2010, 03:11 PM   #13
Jeeper
 
mrcarcrazy's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jul 2009
Location: Midland/Odessa, TX
Posts: 5,152
For the cost of an oil pan skid I would get it...Chances of hitting it aren't too big, but the one time you do, and your trip is over. to me the risk w/o is much greater than the price of one. But I'm overzealous at times. Some call me overly prepared, some call me an Eagle Scout I've never bent a stock tierod

Its much more expensive to be under prepared than it is to be over prepared.

But everyone must take it upon themselves to decide what is "necessary" for them. I personally don't care what anyone else puts on their jeep. Cause its not my problem. But to say just b/c you wheel you "KNOW" oil pan skids aren't necessary is incredibly arrogant, and IMO wrong. I'm sure the few that have ripped a hole in their oil pan would agree w/ that as well.

SO I guess I'll end w/ "to each their own".
__________________
2017 Rubicon Hardrock. - Rockhard4x4 winch plate and Warn XD9000.
mrcarcrazy is offline   Quote
Old 05-05-2010, 03:24 PM   #14
Jeeper
 
Schmo's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jul 2007
Location: SoCal
Posts: 1,591
Quote:
Originally Posted by mrcarcrazy View Post
For the cost of an oil pan skid I would get it...Chances of hitting it aren't too big, but the one time you do, and your trip is over. to me the risk w/o is much greater than the price of one. But I'm overzealous at times. Some call me overly prepared, some call me an Eagle Scout

Its much more expensive to be under prepared than it is to be over prepared.
x2 . . . the only peice of armor I have that hasn't more than paid for it's self is the steering box skid . . . it was only 40 bucks and I bought after seeing my buddy nail his trying to climb up a boulder and figured, for 40 bucks, it's worthwhile. At this point I have rockers, engine skid, control arm bracket skids, diff skids/covers, diff sliders with yoke protection, and a steering box skid . . . I like not having to jump out and look around everytime I hear a bang or scrape . . . now I don't worry about it as much and often smile knowing I'm getting my moneys worth out of the skids. It's added a bit of weight, but mostly down really low where I don't mind it so much. Savvy gas tank skid is on the list but my stocker isn't too beat up yet
__________________
Bite the hand that feeds you . . . you've had more than enough to eat already.
Schmo is offline   Quote
Old 05-05-2010, 09:40 PM   #15
Jeeper
 
jskinn27's Avatar
 
Join Date: May 2010
Location: albuquerque, NM
Posts: 563
when i bought the jeep, the guy gave me the oil pan skid in box...he never got around to installing it. but the oilpan is above the skid plate protecting the tranny...is it really a must to install?
jskinn27 is offline   Quote
Old 05-06-2010, 09:50 AM
Thread Starter
  #16
Jeeper
 
3025826's Avatar
 
Join Date: Mar 2010
Location: Kansas
Posts: 185
how much would you guys pay for all these skid plates? I really want to get a sye because right now the idiot body shop took of my t-drop so I have a 3 inch suspension lift and 1 inch body lift and I am pretty wary about wearing down my transmission. Money is a little tight bc I am in high school
3025826 is offline   Quote
Old 05-06-2010, 01:35 PM   #17
Jeeper
 
Lowrollin12's Avatar
 
Join Date: Mar 2010
Location: Upstate New York
Posts: 340
ok so after starting to go offroad and seeing how much these jeeps can go through I want to save for some skid plates also.... but what order would you place for importance?

Top 3 maybe? I would think oil pan would be #1. maybe upgraded and spare tie rods, dif cover? Power steering?

Let me know what you guys think!
__________________
MY 3rd TJ and favorite '03 Rubi with 3.5 Rock Krawler Short Arm Kit and RRD 2.0 Shocks, 32' Goodyear MTR's on Dick Cepek Wheels. Viar 450, CB and custom tool/Sub box.

Other rides: 95 Sonoma fully shaved, helium bags/rods for hoppin around, streetbeat rag top, SSBC bigbrake kit.... MORE $$$$ 04 Kawi Ninja zx-6 636 Blazin Orange!
Lowrollin12 is offline   Quote
Old 05-06-2010, 01:36 PM   #18
Jeeper
 
Lowrollin12's Avatar
 
Join Date: Mar 2010
Location: Upstate New York
Posts: 340
Also I do alot of welding and metal fab... would it be cheeper/easier for me to make my own?
__________________
MY 3rd TJ and favorite '03 Rubi with 3.5 Rock Krawler Short Arm Kit and RRD 2.0 Shocks, 32' Goodyear MTR's on Dick Cepek Wheels. Viar 450, CB and custom tool/Sub box.

Other rides: 95 Sonoma fully shaved, helium bags/rods for hoppin around, streetbeat rag top, SSBC bigbrake kit.... MORE $$$$ 04 Kawi Ninja zx-6 636 Blazin Orange!
Lowrollin12 is offline   Quote
Old 05-06-2010, 01:55 PM   #19
Jeeper
 
IslandTJ's Avatar
 
Join Date: Mar 2008
Location: where I wheel: N 45º 36.663' W 123º 20.935'
Posts: 3,136
Before I installed my engine skid, I never hit my oil pan BUT I have hit and scraped my deep transmission pan . <-- This was the primary reason why I purchased my engine skid.

Now I actually appreciate the benefits of an engine skid. Aside from protecting my oil and transmission pan, the skid effectively negates the shovel effect of my transfer case skid. Because the engine skid bolts up with the transfer case skid, the combined skids act as a "slider" and removes the "shovel" effect I experienced in the past . Now my underside glides over obstacles .
__________________
1998 TJ Moss Green Sahara w/ numerous scratches & dents whose playground is on a tropical island that's 33 miles long and 4-12 miles wide, in year-round 82 degree weather

Edit: "Now jeepin in Oregon"
IslandTJ is offline   Quote
Old 05-06-2010, 02:10 PM   #20
Jeeper
 
Schmo's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jul 2007
Location: SoCal
Posts: 1,591
Quote:
Originally Posted by Lowrollin12 View Post
ok so after starting to go offroad and seeing how much these jeeps can go through I want to save for some skid plates also.... but what order would you place for importance?

Top 3 maybe? I would think oil pan would be #1. maybe upgraded and spare tie rods, dif cover? Power steering?

Let me know what you guys think!
Top 3 for me would be . . . Rockers, Beefy Tie Rod, and Diff Covers . . . you are much more likely to hit one of these than your oil pan. I have a Manual, so others might have other priorities if they have a tranny oil pan hanging down low.
__________________
Bite the hand that feeds you . . . you've had more than enough to eat already.
Schmo is offline   Quote
Old 05-06-2010, 03:29 PM   #21
Jeeper
 
Lowrollin12's Avatar
 
Join Date: Mar 2010
Location: Upstate New York
Posts: 340
Quote:
Originally Posted by Schmo View Post
Top 3 for me would be . . . Rockers, Beefy Tie Rod, and Diff Covers . . . you are much more likely to hit one of these than your oil pan. I have a Manual, so others might have other priorities if they have a tranny oil pan hanging down low.
Thanks for the info! I have a manual also so no worried about tranny pan.
__________________
MY 3rd TJ and favorite '03 Rubi with 3.5 Rock Krawler Short Arm Kit and RRD 2.0 Shocks, 32' Goodyear MTR's on Dick Cepek Wheels. Viar 450, CB and custom tool/Sub box.

Other rides: 95 Sonoma fully shaved, helium bags/rods for hoppin around, streetbeat rag top, SSBC bigbrake kit.... MORE $$$$ 04 Kawi Ninja zx-6 636 Blazin Orange!
Lowrollin12 is offline   Quote
Old 05-06-2010, 03:36 PM   #22
Jeeper
 
jdhallissey's Avatar
 
Join Date: Aug 2008
Location: Gurnee,IL
Posts: 5,104
Send a message via AIM to jdhallissey
Yea really if you don't get into the rocks HD steering is not a big deal as of yet but DIff covers is a must. I am still running on stockers and have some pretty deep marks in mine lol. i even have some bolts that don't look like bolts anymore haha.

The SYE and parts to make it work will run you around 750 bucks shipped. You can install it in a afternoon. To your t case drop out if you have no vibs I wouldn't worry about putting it back in honestly.
__________________
Know nothing SPEAK on everything

Quote:
Originally Posted by ccain View Post
Isn't the JK just a rebodied PT Cruiser?!

Quote:
Originally Posted by coyote_94yj
Just a few more inches Red. You can take it.


If you haven't gotten more out of the insurance company than you deserve, then you haven't screwed them nearly as much as they have been screwing you for the past xx years.
jdhallissey is offline   Quote
Old 05-06-2010, 03:44 PM   #23
Jeeper
 
Lowrollin12's Avatar
 
Join Date: Mar 2010
Location: Upstate New York
Posts: 340
Quote:
Originally Posted by jdhallissey View Post
Yea really if you don't get into the rocks HD steering is not a big deal as of yet but DIff covers is a must. I am still running on stockers and have some pretty deep marks in mine lol. i even have some bolts that don't look like bolts anymore haha.

The SYE and parts to make it work will run you around 750 bucks shipped. You can install it in a afternoon. To your t case drop out if you have no vibs I wouldn't worry about putting it back in honestly.
Sorry SYE?
__________________
MY 3rd TJ and favorite '03 Rubi with 3.5 Rock Krawler Short Arm Kit and RRD 2.0 Shocks, 32' Goodyear MTR's on Dick Cepek Wheels. Viar 450, CB and custom tool/Sub box.

Other rides: 95 Sonoma fully shaved, helium bags/rods for hoppin around, streetbeat rag top, SSBC bigbrake kit.... MORE $$$$ 04 Kawi Ninja zx-6 636 Blazin Orange!
Lowrollin12 is offline   Quote
Old 05-06-2010, 03:46 PM   #24
Jeeper
 
jdhallissey's Avatar
 
Join Date: Aug 2008
Location: Gurnee,IL
Posts: 5,104
Send a message via AIM to jdhallissey
ohh sorry lol that was to the high schooler that invaded the thread!
__________________
Know nothing SPEAK on everything

Quote:
Originally Posted by ccain View Post
Isn't the JK just a rebodied PT Cruiser?!

Quote:
Originally Posted by coyote_94yj
Just a few more inches Red. You can take it.


If you haven't gotten more out of the insurance company than you deserve, then you haven't screwed them nearly as much as they have been screwing you for the past xx years.
jdhallissey is offline   Quote
Old 05-06-2010, 04:03 PM   #25
Jeeper
 
mrcarcrazy's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jul 2009
Location: Midland/Odessa, TX
Posts: 5,152
Quote:
Originally Posted by Lowrollin12 View Post
Also I do alot of welding and metal fab... would it be cheeper/easier for me to make my own?
yes. If you are 1/2 decent, and have some creativity inside you, you can save much $.
__________________
2017 Rubicon Hardrock. - Rockhard4x4 winch plate and Warn XD9000.
mrcarcrazy is offline   Quote
Old 05-07-2010, 10:27 AM   #26
Jeeper
 
Lowrollin12's Avatar
 
Join Date: Mar 2010
Location: Upstate New York
Posts: 340
Quote:
Originally Posted by mrcarcrazy View Post
yes. If you are 1/2 decent, and have some creativity inside you, you can save much $.
I went to school for welding and do alot of work on hydro racks and truck frames to this shouldnt be a big deal. I see some skid plates for oil pans and then others for the entire engine area. Would it be better to just to the whole thing?

Im thinking of making a skid plate to help the jeep slide over higher objects so I dont get hung up on anything...
__________________
MY 3rd TJ and favorite '03 Rubi with 3.5 Rock Krawler Short Arm Kit and RRD 2.0 Shocks, 32' Goodyear MTR's on Dick Cepek Wheels. Viar 450, CB and custom tool/Sub box.

Other rides: 95 Sonoma fully shaved, helium bags/rods for hoppin around, streetbeat rag top, SSBC bigbrake kit.... MORE $$$$ 04 Kawi Ninja zx-6 636 Blazin Orange!
Lowrollin12 is offline   Quote
Old 05-07-2010, 10:36 AM   #27
Jeeper
 
mrcarcrazy's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jul 2009
Location: Midland/Odessa, TX
Posts: 5,152
make one that covers everything (similar to Rokmen). and that mates up nicely to what ever TC skid you have.

And post pics of the build. People love seeing that kind of stuff.
__________________
2017 Rubicon Hardrock. - Rockhard4x4 winch plate and Warn XD9000.
mrcarcrazy is offline   Quote
Old 05-07-2010, 10:50 AM   #28
Jeeper
 
erickpl's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jan 2007
Location: Alabama
Posts: 2,343
Send a message via AIM to erickpl
Here's a tip that has NOTHING to do with armor: DO NOT LET ANYBODY FORCE YOU to do any obstacle that you do not feel comfortable doing. EVER! Feel free to watch them, see the lines, etc, then decide, but if you choose NOT to do something, do not worry about it. I have made that mistake before and ended up getting damage. NOT worth it.

As for armor:

IMO Critical - damage here can end your day

- steering box
- gas tank
- engine
- lower radiator skid
- differential covers

Body protection (Cosmetic) - not as critical, but important if you worry about looks of your Jeep (I do).

- rocker skids
- corner armor
- tube fenders
__________________
-Paul

-97 TJ with a few mods. PM with questions.
erickpl is offline   Quote
Old 05-09-2010, 04:49 PM   #29
Jeeper
 
Lowrollin12's Avatar
 
Join Date: Mar 2010
Location: Upstate New York
Posts: 340
Quote:
Originally Posted by mrcarcrazy View Post
make one that covers everything (similar to Rokmen). and that mates up nicely to what ever TC skid you have.

And post pics of the build. People love seeing that kind of stuff.
Can anyone with a TJ post their pics of their skids, I just want to see what they are mounting them to... Thanks!
__________________
MY 3rd TJ and favorite '03 Rubi with 3.5 Rock Krawler Short Arm Kit and RRD 2.0 Shocks, 32' Goodyear MTR's on Dick Cepek Wheels. Viar 450, CB and custom tool/Sub box.

Other rides: 95 Sonoma fully shaved, helium bags/rods for hoppin around, streetbeat rag top, SSBC bigbrake kit.... MORE $$$$ 04 Kawi Ninja zx-6 636 Blazin Orange!
Lowrollin12 is offline   Quote
Old 05-09-2010, 05:46 PM   #30
Jeeper
 
Join Date: Aug 2008
Posts: 2,473
The vast majority of the "store bought" skid plates are useless. They either are too thin to do much protection - some even bend right into, and damage what they are trying to protect. Some even mount with double sided tape or RTV - a total joke!

Some mount to things like an engine mount - a stress on the plate breaks the engine mount - now you are in real trouble.

Steering box skid plates often only cover 1/2 the box - not the the center that gets hit.

It's seldom you'll "whack" the tie rod and bend it - but you will frequently bend them from trying to turn the wheels when a wheel is jammed against something. Stock they are very weak.
The stock steering box gets the same stress - they need a brace. And - the pod under the frame where it mounts is weak. The welds break off, they need to be gusseted.

Even the heavy Currie's will break - I've broken 2 of them.

Gas tank skid - for sure.

Automatic trans pan for sure too - the pan is thin - a hunk of sharp gravel can hole it. The stock shield is only a gravel shield.

Lower control arm axle brackets get whacked alot - then bend a few times, then break off! Use a skidplate that not only protects it, but strengthens it too. Those that mount with U-Bolts - save your money, you can find them on trails that fell off!
The upper control arm mount - front, right side, axle end is very weak. Gusset it.

Make sure the skid plates you select are designed not only to shield a part, but to carry any impact stress away from critical areas.

Diff protection should extend back and under the Drive Shaft u-joints.

__________________
It's no wonder the country is falling apart - stupidity abounds!
rrich is offline   Quote
Reply

Thread Tools

Posting Rules
You may not post new threads
You may not post replies
You may not post attachments
You may not edit your posts

BB code is On
Smilies are On
[IMG] code is On
HTML code is Off
Trackbacks are Off
Pingbacks are Off
Refbacks are Off


Similar Threads
Thread Thread Starter Forum Replies Last Post
Up Armor(TM) High Clearance Skid Plates - IN STOCK! [email protected] Classifieds Archive 2 07-01-2009 01:19 AM
Up Armor(TM) High Clearance Skid Plates - Now In Stock! [email protected] Classifieds Archive 0 10-14-2008 12:28 PM
TC And Auto Tranny Skid Plates ? nicolas-eric TJ Tech Forum 14 09-23-2008 04:12 AM
Gas Tank Skid Plates and Spacer kits In stock. [email protected] Classifieds Archive 1 05-08-2008 08:59 PM
skid plates slippy TJ Tech Forum 11 03-02-2008 12:44 AM





All times are GMT -5. The time now is 10:50 AM.


Powered by vBulletin® Version 3.8.8
Copyright ©2000 - 2019, vBulletin Solutions, Inc.
Search Engine Optimization by vBSEO 3.6.1
User Alert System provided by Advanced User Tagging v3.1.0 (Pro) - vBulletin Mods & Addons Copyright © 2019 DragonByte Technologies Ltd.
vBulletin Security provided by vBSecurity v2.2.2 (Pro) - vBulletin Mods & Addons Copyright © 2019 DragonByte Technologies Ltd.

Jeep®, Wrangler, Liberty, Wagoneer, Cherokee, Gladiator, Mopar and Grand Cherokee are copyrighted and trademarked to FCA US LLC.
Wranglerforum.com is not in any way associated with FCA US LLC.