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Skid Row OffRoad Skid Plates

Skid Row Off Road

Question & Answers

3 Answered questions

Will this fit a 2011 JK with a stock bumper? Will the bumper be required to be removed are can it just be attached to it as it is still on the JK? Is there any drilling that needs to be done to add the Front Skid Plate to the stock bumper?

Asked by chell from on

Hi Chell, This Skid Row Off Road Front Skid Plate is a direct replacement for the OEM plastic plate. There is no drilling or modifications needed, the bumper does not need removed to install it. Thanks for your inquiry.

Answered by Jim G Ext 4806 from on

I have a Smittybilt XRC front bumper that bolts to the crossmember between the frame rails as well. Will I be able to install this sway bar disonnect skid plate with the Smittybilt front bumper? More directly will I be able to have the lip of this armor under the bottom lip of the Smittybilt bumper to give a smoother transistion if I was to push over a rock?

Asked by Gibby from Santa Clarita, Ca on

Hey Gibby, the Skid Row Off Road Sway Bar Disconnect Skid Plate would work for you. Thanks for your question.

Answered by Devin B. ext 4835 from Santa Clarita, Ca on

2002 3.7 KJ right hand drive will it fit?

Asked by Stew from Telford England on

Hello Stew, that's tough to answer because we don't have a right hand drive model available to test fit on. The manufacturer specifically designed this for the LHD model, so I'm going to guess it wouldn't fit without some modification. Please let us know if you have any other questions, thanks.

Answered by Jamey P. from Telford England on