If you mean 4 Wheel Parts here ya go!I’m having a problem finding this product at my local 4wp dealer page, might have to contact them and order by phone (currently outside the US for a few months)
can anyone provide a link to order?
Some side shots of how the transmission skid plate sits? If it hangs low or if it is tucked up inside the frame a little? How far back does the transfer case skid go? I feel the shock transfer case skid should extend back farther. Thanks for the pictures, nice to see some welds and bolt location. Any fitment issues?
I purchased ARB's rear bumper because of how it looked and I have been on the fence about getting the matching new Zenith front bumper. This matching skid set sealed the deal for me and is a good price/value from an experienced reputable dealer. I will piece out the fuel tank skid, lower arm and other underside protection but this takes care of a good chunk of it and looks really good.
I will give you an answer for number 1. If you are doing your own oil change, this is where the ARB skids are not so good. You have to remove the front most plate (heavy) and remove all the blots from the second plate. The second plate did not come off at least I could not get the second plate off. It hinged to the third plate and this is where I ran into a problem. It does not hinge all the way; it is about a 45 degree angle. I could not get a bucket/pan directly under the oil plug - turned out to be a big oily mess. If you get it done at shop/dealer - I suppose it would work with the oil stands they use but it does not work at home.1. how do you reach the oil pan drain plug?
2. how much does it all weigh?
3. how much extra for protecting the gas tank?
Yup I have the same. you lose a little bit of clearance but rather have the bolt protected than deal with a stripped bolt later. easy to install too (except one bolt I had to run out to the store and get an M6 bolt because of the way the LCA was casted)DV8. The are beasts and cover the exposed lower shock bolts
Yup I have the same. you lose a little bit of clearance but rather have the bolt protected than deal with a stripped bolt later. easy to install too (except one bolt I had to run out to the store and get an M6 bolt because of the way the LCA was casted)