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    Protek oil pan skid

    Will the Evo protek skid for my 2014 work without the rest of the protek skids I don't have the 400 for all of them off the bat was wondering if I can just buy them piece by piece

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    I believe Eddie is just running the protek skid on both of his JK's.

    Yes you can buy just the individual skid and should work independently.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sugarbear View Post
    Will the Evo protek skid for my 2014 work without the rest of the protek skids I don't have the 400 for all of them off the bat was wondering if I can just buy them piece by piece
    Yeah your good with just the oil and tranny skids I have all of them and the cross member one makes a lot of noise with exhaust once you hit something with it. You haff ta keep going under and bending it back out

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    This is how I do mine

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    Yes, I have just the oil pan on now. Other parts are in the garage. Just no time to install. But you can run just the oil pan skid. Extra 90 bucks for the tranny skid..
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    Quote Originally Posted by hdawgn40 View Post
    Yeah your good with just the oil and tranny skids I have all of them and the cross member one makes a lot of noise with exhaust once you hit something with it. You haff ta keep going under and bending it back out

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    This might help you....

    http://wayalife.com/showthread.php?9...eferrerid=6983

    To the OP, the only risk in only doing the engine skid would be bending the ears before you can get the tranny skid mounted.

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    http://www.northridge4x4.com/shop/of...kid-evo-1091-b

    Just wanna double check this says for 2012 they haven't changed anything to 2014 to make this not fit right ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sugarbear View Post
    http://www.northridge4x4.com/shop/of...kid-evo-1091-b

    Just wanna double check this says for 2012 they haven't changed anything to 2014 to make this not fit right ?
    I have it on my 13' and I'm installing a set on a 14' this weekend. I thought the EVO site listed "12+" but can't confirm as there appears to be an issue with either my computer or their site.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hdawgn40 View Post
    Yeah your good with just the oil and tranny skids I have all of them and the cross member one makes a lot of noise with exhaust once you hit something with it. You haff ta keep going under and bending it back out

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    Did a search and didnt see an answer so sorry if this question has been covered before, I am looking to get the 3 piece EVO ProTeK Skid set. I have the exhaust spacer that pushed my exhaust back a couple inches so my stock driveshaft would not rub. Will I be able to use these skids? I am planning on getting the JE reel 1350 soon so if needed I can unmodify my exhaust pipe. Thanks in advance!
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    Quote Originally Posted by AZJeepRubicon View Post
    Did a searcha nd didnt see an answer so sorry if this question has been covered before, I am looking to get the 3 piece EVO ProTeK Skid set. I have the exhaust spacer that pushed my exhause back a couple inches so my stock driveshaft would not rub. Will I be able to use these skids? I am planning on getting the JE reel 1350 soon so if needed I can unmodify my exhust pipe. Thanks in advance!
    No, with spacers you can not use the exhaust skid, it lowers the exhaust below the cross member
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