CreepJeep - So far, from the pictures Iíve seen where people damaged their oil pan they scrape it near the back end of the pan by the drain plug. I got one solely for that type of potential problem. Since itís just adding armor to the oil pan it has better ďclearanceĒ that a skid plate (a skid plate would hit before the armor), and itís pretty light in comparison to a skid plate.
I completely agree that if you flop down on a rock it will not provide much in the way of protection, but then again I think itís pretty hard to flop down right on the oil pan - scrape it, yes; flop on it, not easy (but possible) to do. If you are concerned about dropping down and landing your oil pan on a rock then get a skid plate. If you are only concerned about scraping the pan then this may the product for you.
Iíve had it on for over a year. It hasnít ďloosened upĒ at all. I havenít hit it yet either.
2008 Rubicon - 2 Door - Flame Red - Automatic - MyGIG - Power Group - Deep Tint.
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