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    Nothing but a Thing Andy5160's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by cozdude View Post
    I think a leveling kit from daystar, some 1.5" spidertrax wheel spacers, and skid plates (oil and trans skid) would server you very well. Also add in some recovery gear just incase your out alone and get stuck
    Coz

    Who needs an oil pan skid !!!!!!!!!!!

    Oh I do !!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by notnalc68 View Post
    Were it me, I wouldn't add wheel spacers, unless I needed them to clear larger tires. Oil pan/transmission skid, first. You may want to consider frame mounted sliders, like LoD or EVO brands. A 1.5" leveling kit will make it look a little better, IMO, and won't hurt a thing. Sent from my iPhone using WAYALIFE mobile app
    I agree with everything here, and x4 on the wheel spacers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy5160 View Post
    Coz

    Who needs an oil pan skid !!!!!!!!!!!

    Oh I do !!!!!!!!
    You didn't pull a Ron and damage it on the trail, did you? LOL


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    Quote Originally Posted by RjSkippy View Post
    You didn't pull a Ron and damage it on the trail, did you? LOL


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    Lol

    indeed I did. No leak dough. Have to get the skid installed and push the dent back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy5160 View Post
    Lol

    indeed I did. No leak dough. Have to get the skid installed and push the dent back.
    Oh no! Lol at least it's not leaking. I had the EVO skid, really easy to install. Going to order up one for the new jeep now too with the trans skid!


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    Quote Originally Posted by RjSkippy View Post
    Oh no! Lol at least it's not leaking. I had the EVO skid, really easy to install. Going to order up one for the new jeep now too with the trans skid!


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    New jeep ??????

    I have EVO skids just have to find time and install.

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    No no no. It needs a complete rebuild. Rubi's aren't that great.

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    JKUX owner who finds all sorts of perfectly good Rubi upgrades on CL for next to nothing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bmans08jk View Post
    I'm in gilbert AZ. Anytime you want to go wheeling hit me up.

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    Cool. I've been up to Lake Pleasant 5 times in a month already.

    2017 JKUR

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    Have you ever been out to Florence junction?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy5160 View Post
    New jeep ??????

    I have EVO skids just have to find time and install.
    Yup... lol found an offer I couldn't refuse! Haha


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