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Can you snap a couple pics of your front skid plate and the mounts/attachment points? I am going to fabricate one myself and just wanted to get a few ideas how current ones are constructed. Any negative feedback on your current setup?


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Ryan
 

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Sorry it took me awhile to see this.
Yup I'll snap some for you asap,,,but will have to be w/ my cell phone as a buddy of mine has my digital camera & I can't seem to get it back,,, ,,,

I've been very happy w/ the strength of this set up. Has taken some mean rock bites and held strong.
 

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OK, here's some (fairly poor) pics. Not sure if this will be helpful or not but I'm at work in a suit,,, I'll have to get under it this weekend & get a few good pics in the daylight:
 

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No, that gives me a pretty good idea of how it was constructed!

Thanks SO much for doing that!

Couple questions, under the plate, is that tubing that makes a frame for the actual plate to adhere to? Did you have to drill though the cross member to bolt up the rear mount?
 

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I'm at work in a suit,,,
I wanna see a pic of a guy in a suit, crawling under his Rover to take a picture of his skid plate to show a guy he may or may not have ever met. Now THAT is someone with his priorities straight. :drink1:
 
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