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Didn't sound fun, dit it? Well, it certainly wouldn't be fun. Especially if you were out in the middle of nowhere when it happened.
The skid plate stays out of the way of the oil drain plug, as there is no flange on the rear, so oil changes shouldn't be a problem. According to Turbo City, the skid plate should fit just about any Jeep oil pan.
- At the time of publication in 1999, the retail for the skid was $39.95. As of June, 2005, the retail was $75.95
- The skid lasted about 6 or 7 months before giving loose. Luckily, it was on a trail when we drove over it and no damage occurred to our Jeep or the one behind us.
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