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UCF YJ Skid Plates for a 4.0

So I called Under Cover Fab today to ask about their engine/oil pan skid for YJ's, as it says they offer one for a 2.5 but the $.0 one is under development.

http://www.undercoverfab.com/transfe...te-system.html

So when I called, he said that he has not developed one yet as he has not had a 6 cyl YJ to work on lately. I'm shouting out to the YJ community here on JeepForum to say that if anyone lives near Dpthan, AL and is also interested in a 4.0 YJ skid, consider giving a call and asking what he would need to measure on up! That's all!!

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So I called Under Cover Fab today to ask about their engine/oil pan skid for YJ's, as it says they offer one for a 2.5 but the $.0 one is under development.

http://www.undercoverfab.com/transfe...te-system.html

So when I called, he said that he has not developed one yet as he has not had a 6 cyl YJ to work on lately. I'm shouting out to the YJ community here on JeepForum to say that if anyone lives near Dpthan, AL and is also interested in a 4.0 YJ skid, consider giving a call and asking what he would need to measure on up! That's all!!
Make one... http://www.4x4trax.net/OilPanSkid.htm

Works the bomb!!! All the dimensions are here!

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Make one... http://www.4x4trax.net/OilPanSkid.htm

Works the bomb!!! All the dimensions are here!
Thank you! I might consider doing this now! the only reason i was going to go UCF was because aluminum
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Thank you! I might consider doing this now! the only reason i was going to go UCF was because aluminum
No need for the aluminum... This doesn't add that much weight and we'll be dead before it rusts thru... Took a few hours and then some spray paint...

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