Under Cover Fabworks aluminum tummy tuck install pics
This is the version where a 1" body lift is required; or highly recommended. UCF also offers skids that do not require a body lift. You can also choose between aluminum, carbon or stainless steel. Nice!
Minor clearance issue with my exhaust. Nothing a little grinding can't fix. Matt at UCF is looking at adding a cutout in future.
And the obligatory before and after shots:
Except for having to clearance for the muffler, this was a quick and easy mod.
Overall clearance gained was 1 5/8" over stock (note: as measured from the absolute lowest point on both skids). A little less than advertised but I'm not complaining considering the price of this skid.
Up-travel in the drive train came to 1.5"; measured from tranny mount stud to the ground.
Drive shaft length did not measurably change.
Took the jeep for a test spin and felt nary a vibe. Shifting even feels better with less strain on the boots after the BL. Granted I had all the pre-reqs for this mod so your mileage may vary.
FYI, I have no connection to UCF. Just a satisfied customer... so long as this bad boy can take a lickin'.
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polish it up a little. yeah its gonna get dirty and scratched. I just got some aluminum rocker guards, unfinished. I took some 600grit sandpaper and some mothers aluminum polish and they look 1000x better. You probable dont care since the skid is under your jeep and not on the side tho.