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post #31 of 136 Old 07-16-2010, 11:32 AM
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It will work with other skids that are shaped similarly to the factory skid or my skids. I'm not familiar with their product. Send me a picture at: matt@undercoverfab.com and I will take a look.

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post #32 of 136 Old 07-16-2010, 12:38 PM
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Would it be possible to have a separate bracket to hold the TC up when the skid plate is removed? It would be nice to be able to have the skid off and not have to prop up the drivetrain.
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Would it be possible to have a separate bracket to hold the TC up when the skid plate is removed? It would be nice to be able to have the skid off and not have to prop up the drivetrain.
Not with my system. I sounds like you may need to look at the Savvy Under-Armor setup.

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UCF offers a 10% discount to JF members every day. Enter the code "jeepforum.com" in the shopping cart to receive the discount. We have the best prices even before the discount. The discount is there because we want to do something to say thanks to our best client base.

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Deep-Cover systems are now our most popular item. I wish I had taken the time to setup a product like it long ago. Many hours of time go into setting up a product with that many options for weight and price but I has proven to be worth the investment.

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Just ordered mine in all steel (wish I could have gotten to the aluminum but timing and money were not working together). Can't wait to scrap the beat-up stock skid and start hitting the trail with this! Thanks Matt for answering all of my questions so quickly! Couldn't find anything that could compete with the options or the price of the UCF system.
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Just ordered mine in all steel (wish I could have gotten to the aluminum but timing and money were not working together). Can't wait to scrap the beat-up stock skid and start hitting the trail with this! Thanks Matt for answering all of my questions so quickly! Couldn't find anything that could compete with the options or the price of the UCF system.
Thanks for the purchase. Enjoy you new skids. Post up some action shots after you get it installed.

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I can't wait to order this system, assuming I don't win the RC Belly pan giveaway!
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I can't wait to order this system, assuming I don't win the RC Belly pan giveaway!
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post #40 of 136 Old 08-01-2010, 02:48 AM
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Amazing looking product, amazing price and I'm loving all the options here. It's sick that you offer the LOPRO mount so guys that don't want a body lift can run the extra clearance option. When I buy a skid system, it will definitely be from you guys.
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Will these work with the 2.5 TJ
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Will these work with the 2.5 TJ
I don't yet have an engine skid for the 2.5l TJ. The transfer case skid does fit.

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Good luck with that!
Yeah tell me about it. I certainly wouldn't buy the RC skid, so the only way I would wheel with it is if it was given to me. I look forward to doing business with UCF in the near future.
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If you already have the body lift you can use the 1" deep Ultra High-Clearance skid with your setup. The early TJ skid will work for both auto and 5-speed transmissions.

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Right now I have a TC drop on my Jeep which eventually be eliminated when I do the SYE,BL and MML. I'd like to order the extra-clearance skid as part of the complete system. I know this sounds like an oxymoron, but can I run the extra-clearance skid with the TC drop until I can get rid of the drop or will I run into issues. And if I did that would I need to invest in the Lopro tranny mount. I need the skids now but don't have the funds just yet for the SYE,BL and MML. Sorry for the noob questions, but I'm ready to pop for the system and I just don't know which one to get.
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Right now I have a TC drop on my Jeep which eventually be eliminated when I do the SYE,BL and MML. I'd like to order the extra-clearance skid as part of the complete system. I know this sounds like an oxymoron, but can I run the extra-clearance skid with the TC drop until I can get rid of the drop or will I run into issues. And if I did that would I need to invest in the Lopro tranny mount. I need the skids now but don't have the funds just yet for the SYE,BL and MML. Sorry for the noob questions, but I'm ready to pop for the system and I just don't know which one to get.

You will need the LOPRO mount to run the extra clearance skid without a transfer case drop or a body lift.

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