5th Gen 4Runner Skid Plates: Complete Buyers Guide

RCI Skid Plate Install 5th Gen 4Runner

Different Types of Skid Plates for the 5th Gen 4Runner: Everything You Need to Know About Skid Plates and What To Consider Before Buying

This is a guide for every skid plate offered for the 5th Gen 4Runner. Hopefully, this guide will give you a better understanding of the different options available, and the brands that offer them.

With this guide, you can choose the skid plate path that best suits your build.

What skid plates you install will depend on how far you intend on pushing your 4Runner. Do you need a front skid plate only, or are you looking for a full set? This question is best answered by you, but only after you have had time to assess your particular needs.

You can install everything from an upgraded TRD engine skid plate replacement, down to a set of lower link skid plates in the rear. The extent of your additions should be based on your needs.

Whether you are looking for a simple engine skid plate or full underbelly protection, it’s important to know which brands offer skid plates for the 5th Gen 4Runner and which combination is best suited for your 4Runner.

Material Choice

RSG Offroad Front + Transmission Skid Plate 5th Gen 4Runner

Steel and aluminum are the most popular material choices for our 4Runners and they each have their advantages, disadvantages and characteristics that make them right for certain jobs. To help make sure you purchase the correct material for your needs and the exact area you are buying for, we’ll go over the differences between these two metals later on in the article.

There are lots of options when it comes to protecting your 4Runner. Below are the top bolt-on applications for skid plates for the 5th Gen. If we missed something, leave it in the comments below. Each skid offers protection for a certain area, and with all skids installed, your truck would be well-protected when it comes time to hit the trail.

Let’s start with the most common skid plates up top and work our way down.

1. Engine Skid Plate

Kingsbury Lake Tahoe - Genoa Peak

Top Brands: 

Other Brands:

  • Budbuilt
  • Hefty Fabworks
  • Shrockworks
  • Victory 4×4
  • M.O.R.E.
  • Rock Steady Motorsports
  • LFD Off-road
  • Greenlane Off-road

As the front line of defense, the main engine skid plate will take the brunt of initial impacts to your undercarriage. It’s the gatekeeper to let you know whether or not the rest of the skid plates behind will clear an object.

Front skids help to prevent damage to some of the most vital portions of the 4Runner’s drivetrain. The engine, its oil pan, along with the 4Runner’s poorly placed oil cartridge filter are all protected by the engine skid plate.

As one of the most important skid plates that protect against large rocks, thick branches, brush, and general abuse, this skid plate is not one to skip and should be included on any build that sees real trail time.

Most companies offer individual plates for the front, however, one company that sets it’s self apart in this category is RSG Offroad. RSG offers a skid plate designed to cover the front + transmission. You can see a write-up on that skid plate here.

If you are looking for individual plates to cover the front/engine + transmission, you have many options. If you want to run a single plate to cover the front/engine and transmission, look at RSG Offroad. To add to that point, RSG is going to be an incredibly strong option here as it’s made of steel and covers a larger surface area than most.

2. Transmission Skids (Mid-Skid)

Cali Raised LED Skid Plate

Top Brands: 

Other Brands: 

  • RCI Off-road
  • Shrockworks
  • Budbuilt
  • Hefty Fabworks
  • Victory 4×4

The transmission skid, also known as the mid-skid, is usually an extension of the engine skid plate between the rear engine cross member and the transmission crossmember.

It has the important job of protecting the transmission pan, and the shifting linkage farther up the side from rocks or a sneaky branch that can severely damage either venerable portion of the transmission.

If the transmission pan is damaged on the trail, you risk becoming immobile and causing irreversible damage to the transmission itself. If you’re far from the nearest road or cell service, being unable to drive can put you in a bad spot.

Do yourself a favor and protect your truck with a solid transmission skid.

3. Transfer Case

Transmission and Transfer Case Skids

Top Brands: 

Other Brands: 

  • RCI Off-road
  • Rock Steady Motorsports
  • Shrockworks
  • Budbuilt
  • Hefty Fabworks
  • Victory 4×4
  • LFD Off-road

The last piece to the belly pan skid plate puzzle is the transfer case skid. This piece usually attaches to the transmission crossmember at the front, and will have its own crossmember behind the transfer case to add extra strength.

This rear-most belly skid is also tasked with protecting the very exposed exhaust crossover pipe that hangs low just behind the transmission crossmember. Designs will vary by the fabricator, but most will incorporate a bulge to facilitate the crossover pipe, keeping rattling to a minimum.

All in all, this additional skid plate will offer valuable protection from objects coming in contact with components in the middle most portion of the frame.

4. Fuel/Gas Tank Skids

RCI Off-Road Gas Tank Skid Plate

Top Brands: 

Other Brands: 

  • RCI Off-road
  • Shrockworks
  • Budbuilt
  • Hefty Fabworks
  • Victory 4×4
  • Rago Fabrication

Most factory fuel tank skids are plastic with a thin plate of stamped steel.

This is a weak link for such a large piece of real estate under your 4Runner. Aftermarket offerings in both steel and aluminum can protect arguably the most important part of your 4Runner, your fuel supply.

This protection comes at the cost of weight, which makes the choice in material for this application very important. If you’re a forest road or desert trail kind of driver and you also daily commute, go with a lighter aluminum option.

If you like to venture into the rocks and need maximum protection, steel is the obvious choice because weight isn’t an issue and MPG might as well we spelled LOL.

5. Rear Differential & E-Locker Skids

Rear Differential & E-Locker Skids

Top Brands: 

    The lowest hanging fruit on our 5th Gen 4Runner is the center of the rear differential. Thankfully, a well-built differential skid can help to protect that.

    Some differential skids extend far enough to cover the universal joint at the base of the driveshaft and offer protection for the driveshaft yoke. Typically available in steel, these skids can take a beating on the trail, keeping your third member, and differential drain plug protected from anything coming their way.

    Although the E-locker motor is located above the differential, it’s still exposed and can be damaged. Some of the differential skids have an available E-locker guard to protect this key 4wd tool from any undesired impacts. It’s a simple and effective way to keep your rear end locked and ready!

    KDSS compatibility will vary by manufacturer, so check their website to check before you buy.

    6. Lower Control Arm Skids (A-Arm Skids)

    Lower Control Arm Skids (A-Arm Skids)

    Top Brands:

    Other Brands: 

    • Icon Vehicle Dynamics
    • CBI Off-Road
    • Victory 4×4
    • Artec Industries

    Protecting your lower control arms, commonly referred to as LCAs, is important because they are typically the lowest point in the front suspension linkage.

    Navigating trails or desert terrain can easily put them in the path of brush and rocks. Impacts to your lower control arm can cause issues with alignment or a damaged arm, requiring replacement.

    These LCAs aren’t a cheap part to replace in the event of severe damage and these skids will both help prevent damage from direct impacts as well as make it easier for them to slide over obstacles which can save you a trip to the alignment rack.

    Most of the LCA skids available are for stock LCAs, although some companies like Total Chaos manufacture their own skids for their long travel LCAs. KDSS compatibility will vary by manufacturer.

    7. Lower Link Skids (Rear Lower Control Arms)

    Lower Link Skid Plate Install 5th Gen 4Runner

    Top Brands:

    Other Brands:

    • RCI Off-Road
    • Total Chaos Fabrication

    Lower link mounting points are located on the bottom side of the frame, just in front of the rear wheels. Because of this position, they are prone to impacts when traversing rocky terrain.

    The mounts themselves are a thinner steel bracket with the link positioned between them. These thinner “wings” will easily bend and fold with the weight of the 4Runner on them.

    Lower link skids are usually cut from mild steel to heavy-duty aluminum. A popular option has been the RCI Off-Road lower link skids, however, many companies are starting to build these skids.

    With the addition of the skid plates, the stock link mounts are reinforced and supported keeping them from bending and binding against the lower links themselves.

    Just about all lower link skids are bolt-on, but they can easily be welded to maximize the reinforcement to the factory bracket. This is a good option for those who use their rigs in the rocks often.

    8. Rear shock skids/guards

    Rear shock skids/guards

    Top Brands: 

    Other Brands:

    • Bullet Proof Fabricating
    • Icon Vehicle Dynamics
    • FJ Toyman

    Lower shock skids prevent damage to your rear shock mounts and lower shafts. Most shock skids will use the main lower shock bolt with a combination of other hardware to secure it to the shock mount on the axle.

    These rear shock skids protect both the mounting bracket, as well as the shock shaft itself. If your 4Runner sees continuous off-road use, these exposed lower bits will show increased wear due to their location behind the front wheels where debris is constantly being kicked up.

    These impacts can cause pitting in the shock shaft, which can lead to leaking shaft seals. The additional protection these small skids offer can save you from needing a shock rebuild earlier in their lifespan and will keep your lower shock mount in much better shape over time.

    The FJ Toyman skid does not protect the shaft of the shock, but it offers beefy protection for the lower mount against big rock impacts. The other offerings are more focused on protection from flying debris impacting the lower mount and shock which can add up to a lot of damage over time.

    9. KDSS Skids

    KDSS Skid Plate for 4Runner or GX

    Top Brands:

      • RSG Offroad

      The KDSS Skid plate covers the KDSS accumulator assembly.

      RSG Offroad currently makes the only option and it’s designed to bolt straight onto the frame using 3-bolts. It’s a very simple install that takes about 10 minutes tops.

      This skid might be an after-thought for some but is very important if you are looking for added strength around the assemblies and the oil lines along with the frame. RSG also makes a front/transmission skid plate for the 5th Gen as well.

      Choosing the Right Material

      RSG Skid Plate on 5th Gen 4Runner

      Picture Credit: @CalebKerr – RSG Offroad front + transmission skid (one-piece steel: 60lbs)

      So… you have decided that installing skid plates is on your 4Runner’s build path.

      Before deciding which brand to move forward with, you will have to decide what material each skid plate will be made from.

      You see, not all companies offer both options for their products, so your decision on which you would like to install will determine what product options you have. To help you decide, here are some things to consider:

      • Weight
      • Affordability
      • Strength
      • Corrosion resistance
      • Level of protection

      These different categories will have different priorities for every build path based on personal preferences and conditions. Let’s break things down farther based on these categories…

      Weight

      LFD Off-Road Skid Plates

      Aluminum is a “lightweight” metal so they are just that… lighter in weight.

      Compared to their steel counterparts, aluminum plates tend to be about 1/2 to 2/3 the overall weight.

      Since it’s a lighter material, in most cases you’re less likely notice a dramatic impact to fuel economy . This can be beneficial if you’re preparing a 4Runner that can tackle light trails. It also will impact your suspension dynamics less than steel, allowing you to use a lighter coil set to support the weight.

      When you choose to buy steel or aluminum skid plates, think about any extra weight your bumpers and accessories might add as well. You might be able to save weight by opting for aluminum, if skid plates aren’t as important to your build.

      Steel will naturally be heavier than aluminum in this application.

      Fuel economy and suspension performance will undoubtedly be affected by the additional weight. Its increased strength that comes with the extra weight makes the sacrifice worth it to some. They will rely on these skid plates to take a beating and will sacrifice something heavy else on their build to balance the load.

      If you are looking for protection with low weight, go with aluminum. If weight isn’t a concern and protection is the ultimate goal, go with steel.

      Strength

      LFD Off-Road Skid Plates on 5th Gen 4Runner

      Aluminum armor is usually available in a 1/4″ thickness and offers some good benefits over steel.

      This does not mean that aluminum isn’t strong when it’s incorporated into a well build skid design. As a metal it will behave differently than steel. It will bend before it breaks thanks to its more malleable composition. But this same malleability makes it less likely to perform well in heavy rocks or where big impacts are likely.

      The advantage to this malleability is that you can likely straighten an aluminum skid plate with basic tool if you do manage to bend one. So while it is not as strong it is easier to repair depending on the engineering. You can only do this so many times until the aluminum skid plate is too weak to repair or deformed out of alignment. At this point, the skid would need to be replaced.

      Typically available in 3/16″ thickness, steel is a much stronger metal for skid plates and armor.

      When it comes to strength, steel will always win. This increase in strength makes it much more suited for those that take their 4Runners through more demanding terrain such as rock gardens and severely rutted tracks.

      Steel’s thinner and stronger composition makes it easier to construct into a sleeker skid plate that can still be very strong without the same amount of reinforcement that aluminum requires. This can lead to more ground clearance in some of the skid locations, which is always welcome on the trail. In high impact zones like rear differential skids, they are only available in steel because of the demands that location requires.

      Steel is able to hold its shape over much harder hits however if it does fail, it won’t be as easy to repair on the trail. Steel will fail more often at the weld than anywhere else, because deformations will put larger stresses on edges and joints.

      There are many different areas to look at in terms of strength though. For more technical information on material and armor strength, here is a very good article that goes into detail on the science behind its strength.

      Affordability

      RCI Off-Road Skid Plates 5th Gen 4Runner

      Pictured: RSG Offroad – Superior strength in a dual-plate one-piece steel design

      When it comes to pricing, aluminum skid plates are almost always more expensive. The metal itself, and the cost to weld it is more expensive compared with steel which leads to a higher asking price.

      The higher price for aluminum can be justified if you are looking to save weight, don’t need super duty protection, or live somewhere plagued by rust. Although you might need to be choosier with which skids you purchase if budget is a constraint.

      You can get more bang for buck with steel skid plates, but there might be other costs that come with the addition of that weight. Being forced to upgrade suspension components to handle the load can quickly rack up the overall cost. But it’s well worth the cost for being as close as possible to total protection.

      Corrosion Resistance

      LFD Off-Road Skid Plates on 5th Gen 4Runner

      Aluminum does not rust. That’s a huge advantage over steel, but it can still become oxidized over time which results in a dull finish. This means for all of you on the east coast rust belt you can go off-roading without touching up paint. So no more repainting your skids after every excursion!

      Unfortunately steel skid plates do not have the same corrosion resistance. Rust will form over any bare steel, and where you live will dictate how fast that rust happens. So unless you’re on the west coast where thing’s don’t rust as quickly, you will have to keep your skid plates maintained and painted constantly.

      With aluminum, there is little to no rust maintenance, and between the two options, aluminum is the better choice for high corrosion zones.

      What does it mean???

      RSG Offroad Skid Plate with KC Pro6 M-Rack

      Here are a few build scenarios and suggestions for skid plates based on the information above:

      Owner daily drives their 4Runner, spends little to no time off-road but wants added protection over stock

      • The belly: Aluminum
      • The fuel tank: Aluminum

      Owner daily drives their 4Runner, but weekend warriors their 4Runner on mild forest roads and lite technical trails

      • The belly: Steel
      • The fuel tank: Aluminum

      Owner spends time in desert or high speed conditions often with little to no technical trails

      • The belly: Aluminum
      • The fuel tank: Aluminum
      • Lower control arms: Aluminum
      • Rear shock skids: Steel (not offered in aluminum)

      Owner uses their 4Runner for adventure on moderate technical trails including rock gardens and minor ledges

      • The belly: Steel
      • The fuel tank: Steel
      • The rear differential: Steel
      • Lower control arms: Aluminum
      • Lower links: Steel

      Owner wheels their 4Runner hard on difficult technical trails with large boulders and ledges

      • All the skids: Steel everything

      5th Gen 4Runner Skid Plate Cheat Sheet

      RSG Offroad Skid Plate Install

      To help compare all of the skid options in an easier to read, side-by-side comparison, please refer to the chart below

      Skid Plate Type

      Material Type

      Steel(lb)

      Aluminum(lb)

      Engine

      Cali Raised LEDAluminum & Steel49.220.5
      RCI Off-roadAluminum & Steel45N/A
      CBI Off-roadAluminum & Steel55N/A
      C4 FabricationN/AN/AN/A
      BudbuiltAluminum & Steel3021
      Hefty FabworksAluminumN/A25
      ShrockworksSteel42N/A
      ARBSteelN/AN/A
      Victory 4x4Aluminum & SteelN/AN/A
      M.O.R.E.AluminumN/AN/A
      Rock Steady MotorsportsAluminum20N/A
      Mobtown Off-roadAluminum & Steel6428
      LFD Off-roadSteelN/AN/A
      Greenlane Off-roadAluminumN/A26

      Transmission/Mid

      Cali Raised LEDAluminum & Steel31.114.6
      RCI Off-roadAluminum & Steel35N/A
      ShrockworksSteel28N/A
      CBI Off-roadAluminum & Steel65N/A
      BudbuiltAluminum & Steel45N/A
      Hefty FabworksAluminumN/A20
      Victory 4x4Aluminum & SteelN/AN/A
      Mobtown Off-roadAluminum & Steel4518

      Transfer Case

      Cali Raised LEDAluminum & Steel3530
      Rock Steady MotorsportsAluminum30N/A
      RCI Off-roadAluminum & Steel35N/A
      ShrockworksSteel29N/A
      BudbuiltAluminum & Steel43N/A
      Hefty FabworksAluminumN/A10
      Victory 4x4Aluminum & Steel38N/A
      Mobtown Off-roadAluminum & Steel2515
      LFD Off-roadSteelN/AN/A

      Fuel Tank

      Cali Raised LEDAluminum & Steel37.916
      RCI Off-roadAluminum & Steel56N/A
      ShrockworksSteel56N/A
      CBI Off-RoadAluminum & Steel100N/A
      C4 FabricationSteel62N/A
      BudbuiltSteel66N/A
      Hefty FabricationReinforced AluminumN/A30
      Victory 4x4Aluminum & Steel55N/A
      Rago FabricationSteel65N/A

      Lower Control Arms

      Artec IndustriesAluminumN/A7
      RCI Off-roadAluminum & Steel18N/A
      CBI Off-roadAluminum & SteelN/AN/A
      Victory 4x4SteelN/AN/A
      Icon Vehicle DynamicsSteelN/AN/A

      Lower Links

      Total Chaos FabricationSteelN/AN/A
      RCI Off-roadSteel18N/A

      Rear Shocks

      Bullet Proof FabricatingSteelN/AN/A
      RCI Off-roadSteel6N/A
      FJ ToymanN/AN/A
      Rago FabricationSteelN/AN/A
      Icon Vehicle DynamicsSteelN/AN/A

      Rear Differential

      RCISteel22N/A
      C4 FabricationSteel18N/A
      BudbuiltSteel22N/A

      The Trail Takeaway

      The best way to determine which combination of skid plates is best for your vehicle (other than reading this article), is to plan out your build and what you intend to do with your 4Runner using the above information to guide you.

      Think about all of the possibilities and purchase accordingly so that you can protect what you need without sacrificing weight or strength where you might need it most.

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      Paul
      Paul
      5 months ago

      What consists of “Belly”? Front(Engine), transmission, and transfer case?

      Admin
      Scout
      4 months ago
      Reply to  Paul

      Anything directly underneath the rig; Front, Transmission, T-Case, and even the rear Catalytic Converter Skid Plate from RSG Offroad. We will update the post with that one soon. A lot of new improvements have come out for belly protection.

      Kristen
      Kristen
      9 months ago

      I am looking for a skid plate for my 2012 Toyota 4Runner to protect/deter another catalytic converter theft. Any recommendations would be greatly appreciated.

      Alex
      Alex
      9 months ago
      Reply to  Kristen

      Google Talon’s Garage, I’m happy with mine!

      Vincent Ramacca
      Vincent Ramacca
      10 months ago

      I have a 2017 TRD ORP I’m looking for a TRD front skid and spacer plate to fit with KDSS.
      aluminum preferred

      RayC
      RayC
      1 year ago

      Be advised Greenlane Offroad offers an aluminum transmission skid as well as an aluminum engine skid. I bought their aluminum hybrid sliders. Great service and a great product out of Vancouver Island. Check out their website.

      Keith
      Keith
      1 year ago

      Hello,

      I have the RSG front skid and their bolt-on sliders as well. Purchased in spring of ’21. The craftsmanship is amazing. Both pieces are very aesthetically pleasing and equally durable.I’ve owned armour from a few different fabricators on my ‘Yotas over the years and the RSG stuff is very, very well made.

      My skid is identical to the one in the article, and it does not cover the transmission. It covers the front of the transmission where it connects to the engine but the entire body is exposed. And, unless you’re lifting over 2.5″ in the front and need to do a diff drop, I’d suggest an alternate solution as you do lose a bit of ground clearance at the front edge with this one. If you’re rock crawling, this is the perfect skid plate. For less aggresive wheeling, you might want to go a different route. Just my opinion.

      Last edited 1 year ago by Keith
      James
      James
      1 year ago

      Any advice on paint vs powder for a new full set of skids?

      Jerry
      Jerry
      1 year ago

      Very well written article that I had to share with buddies that are just starting out.
      I’ve been running full metal RCIs and banging them up for a few years. Couldn’t be happier with their product.

      Rich
      Rich
      1 year ago

      Any ideas which one of all of these would protect the front and rear cats the best?
      Lots of people are stealing Cats for money…

      Admin
      Scout
      4 months ago
      Reply to  Rich
      Keith Wagner
      Keith Wagner
      1 year ago
      Reply to  Rich

      have the same question. want to protect the cats but not concerned about off road travel.

      Oscar Trochez
      Oscar Trochez
      1 year ago

      Do you have front skid plate for 4runner 2013?

      Doug
      Doug
      2 years ago

      WOW! Great info. I’m looking at getting this now:
      https://cbioffroadfab.com/product/toyota-5th-gen-4runner-front-skid-plate/
      Better protection and much easier oil changes! Thank you!

      Tyler
      Tyler
      2 years ago

      Did a lot of research thanks to this post. Decided to go with CBI based off impressive design and it was located 3 hours away from me. I realized they ship their aluminum plate VIA freight for like $300… and I’m only 3 hours away. Total would have been $900… Bought a TRD skid plate from the same city they are located in with free shipping for $300. Arrived in 2 days. 10 minute install and looks great.

      Nathan
      Nathan
      2 years ago

      I noticed that RSG doesn’t have that front skid plate listed on their website anymore. I wonder why??
      Thanks for the great information!

      Kellie
      Kellie
      1 year ago
      Reply to  Nathan

      Try looking under the metal works portion of their site. I’m not sure if it’s the same skid plates listed, but I found skid plates there.

      Jim
      Jim
      2 years ago

      Is there a comprehensive list of manufacturers that make the transition skids for compatibility with the TRD Pro front skid?

      Blue
      Blue
      2 years ago

      hey max, what skid is the one that has the trail cutout second image down? Thanks!

      J.Parr
      J.Parr
      2 years ago
      Reply to  Blue

      Hey Blue- that is (lower portion) of a C4 fab bumper. They don’t make the “trail” cutout version anymore, all their products are now made with “C4” logos. Nonetheless, they make wonderful products!

      Matt
      Matt
      2 years ago

      New at this, so forgive my question.. What kind of skid plate (aluminum/steel) and what parts are covered under a stock trd off road?

      Chris - @Deadeye.4r
      Nomad
      2 years ago
      Reply to  Matt

      I just purchased a set of RCI skids for my TRD ORP and will be replacing the stock as soon as they arrive. Based on what I’ve seen underneath my truck so far, I know there are both engine and gas tank skids and I believe there is a transmission skid. There is no transfer case skid. They are all thinner gauge bent steel and are extremely basic in nature. They seem to be primarily for protecting the underside from light to moderate road debris and light impact. Any contact with a large unyielding rock would likely bend/deform them.

      You might check out the Snail Trail 4×4 series when they installed the RCI skids. I think they discuss (briefly) the existing skid package. Just search his channel for RCI or skids. They created 3 or 4 separate install videos to document each plate.

      https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9uYYBAYfW8rvKYPcT6Nzag

      Bill C
      Bill C
      2 years ago

      BudBuilt also offers stainless steel skids and bolts which should help if you live where road salt is used.
      Great information!

      Jeff
      Jeff
      2 years ago

      This is an awesome article thank you! Can you please go into the differences in the companies? I have heard some have much better approach angles / ground clearance then others. So I am not sure which brand to buy from

      Roger Sondrup
      3 years ago

      Hey Roger here at Artec Industries. We just released our full skid system. Appreciate the shout out on our A-Arm skids!

      Max Sheehan
      Max Sheehan
      3 years ago
      Reply to  Roger Sondrup

      Hi Roger! Thanks for updating us on your product! Go ahead and email me (explore4r@gmail.com) with the product details and I will update the page as soon as possible! // Max

      Jeremy
      Jeremy
      3 years ago

      Great write up! Really appreciate it!

      Pablo
      Pablo
      3 years ago

      This is such a great article! I wish it was out 6 months ago when I started with skids!
      Anyone who’s thinking about buying a set I would say don’t need to stick with the same fabricator for all the pieces. And also, wait until they have a sale!

      Minh Nguyen
      Minh Nguyen
      3 years ago

      I really am curious what the weight of the transfer, transmission, & gas-tank aluminum skids from RCI are compared to the steel equivalent.

      Ryan Gibbons
      Ryan Gibbons
      3 years ago

      Dude this was such an awesome article. Nice work!

      Andrei
      Andrei
      3 years ago

      Thank you for this! I just put RCI transmission, t-case, and gas tank aluminum plates on this summer. Love them!

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