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Old 01-19-2012, 08:39 PM   #1
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ARB Rock Sliders & Transfer Case & Exhaust skid plate for FJ Cruiser

I have black ARB Rock sliders on my 2008 FJ Cruiser for sale. They are four & half months old. I don't believe that there is a mark on them. I'm asking 275.00 or best offer. For a total price of $300.00 (firm) I will have them installed on your FJ at Rob's Off Road in Clackamas. I believe but not positive the sliders will fit up to a 2010 FJ. It would be easy to find out. The reason that I am offering to have it installed at Rob's is because he has done ALL may mods on my FJ & I completely trust his shop! Call or text me & I can send pictures!!

I also have this for sale as well!

FJ Cruiser Transfer Case/Exhaust All-Pro Skid Plate $175.00 For a total price of $250.00 I will have it installed on your FJ at Rob's Off Road in Clackamas. This skid Plate is still new! It is still in the box! I paid $249.00 plus $50.00 shipping & handling, a total of $299.00. If you can find this skid plate for less I will beat it by 20%.

It's obvious that extra protection is needed when traversing vigorous trails that are beating up your new FJ Cruisers. All-Pro's heavy-duty Transfer Case/Exhaust Skid Plate protects your transfer case and exhaust cross over pipe from getting smashed by the rocks on the trail. The skid plate is made out of heavy-duty 7 gauge cold-rolled steel plate that is mounted to 1.5" x .120 wall round steel tubing which extends to the frame rails with bolt-on backing plates. This innovative design essentially spreads the load from any impact to the frame instead of to the transfer case, which as we know is a vital (and costly) component in four-wheeling.

With this easy to install bolt-on application you'll be protected and ready to hit the trails in no time. This product has it all: function, fit and performance, and it even comes powder coated black.

For some reason, TW won't let me add photo's! I'm going to try again tomorrow! I don't want to be a "Rule breaker"!!



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