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post #1 of 3 Old 03-07-2013, 09:41 AM Thread Starter
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Looking for a T-Case skid plate for my WJ - Local

Hey guys, im up just north of Fort Collins. Im hoping to find someone on here who might have a stock transfer case skid plate for sale. If anyone has one, please let me know. Im hoping to find something by this weekend.


1993 Jeep Grand Cherokee ZJ. 7" Clayton Long Arm Lift, 9" rear w/currie high pinion, D44 Trussed front axle, High Steer, chrome moly axles front and rear, ARB's front and rear, 35" BF Goodrich KM2's, Trail Ready front bumper with winch, custom rear with swing out tire carrier, etc, etc.
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post #2 of 3 Old 03-08-2013, 10:55 AM
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The stock skid, while better than nothing, isn't that impressive. Go aftermarket if you want to hold up to more than an occasional light hit. It looks like you're building a nice Jeep so don't skimp out now on your most vulnerable area.

If you end up going with Clayton's LA's (or any LA's with a subframe), it makes a nice platform to build a skid off of it - or the manufacturers (including Clayton) generally make skids that work well with their LA systems.

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The stock skid, while better than nothing, isn't that impressive. Go aftermarket if you want to hold up to more than an occasional light hit. It looks like you're building a nice Jeep so don't skimp out now on your most vulnerable area.

If you end up going with Clayton's LA's (or any LA's with a subframe), it makes a nice platform to build a skid off of it - or the manufacturers (including Clayton) generally make skids that work well with their LA systems.
Yeah, I appreciate it! I think I found an IRO skid plate. Gonna go try to pick it up this week. I cant wait, thats really the only thing holding me back right now.

1993 Jeep Grand Cherokee ZJ. 7" Clayton Long Arm Lift, 9" rear w/currie high pinion, D44 Trussed front axle, High Steer, chrome moly axles front and rear, ARB's front and rear, 35" BF Goodrich KM2's, Trail Ready front bumper with winch, custom rear with swing out tire carrier, etc, etc.
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