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Old 04-21-2013, 12:34 PM   #41
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And that's given from the end of this group buy on the 28th?
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And that's given from the end of this group buy on the 28th?
Monday the 29th is when I will put in the order.
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Old 04-22-2013, 12:16 AM   #43
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I just caught your post over in the "what have you done...1st gen" I've been watching your old GB thread.... You had plenty of interest over there, and maybe I missed it but you may want to throw an update in that thread...regarding this one...

Nontheless, I'm in for a full set.... personal use "TRD" cutout... (preferably cut correctly....)

When do I submit payment?

Edit: Well I guess I'm crazy cause now I can't find the old thread...or maybe this one is the old thread....idk. Carry on.
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Old 04-24-2013, 10:12 AM   #45
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Will the skids fit with a Trail Gear bumper? The stock skid mounts to the TG bumper fine but I've heard the angle or something is slightly different when the stock skid is bolted to the TG bumper
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Will the skids fit with a Trail Gear bumper? The stock skid mounts to the TG bumper fine but I've heard the angle or something is slightly different when the stock skid is bolted to the TG bumper
I can't say for sure since the trail gear bumper replaces the stock skid mount up front, but a small variation in height would not effect the skid.
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Anyone else in San Diego ordering? if so can we have 2 sets shipped to one address to save on shipping?

When is the cut-off date again?
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Anyone else in San Diego ordering? if so can we have 2 sets shipped to one address to save on shipping?

When is the cut-off date again?
I don't think I have anyone from from San Diego yet.

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Put me down for a set please. PM me if you need more info.
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Old 04-24-2013, 01:21 PM   #50
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I don't know what to do here. My transmission skid is 3/8" from clearing the transfer case. I'm tempted to use a 3/8" thick washer at the trans cross member and extend the plate past the transfer case. I would have to cut some weight somehow. Maybe make it narrower. I've had a lot of people wanting transfer protection, but I don't have time to make a skid row type deal.

Camera angle sucks but I measured it...

What have you come up with for this? I'm still on the fence, pending the transfer case protection. Don't want to miss the gb, but want to see what you come up with before going 100% all in.
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What have you come up with for this? I'm still on the fence, pending the transfer case protection. Don't want to miss the gb, but want to see what you come up with before going 100% all in.
Nothing. Didn't pursue it. I would need more time and money to make new prototypes. I'm deep into pocket on current-design skids. Especially after the first one got messed up.
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Was rereading your first post... what size washers and blot(s) will I need for my diff drop?
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Was rereading your first post... what size washers and blot(s) will I need for my diff drop?
The bolts are M8x1.25. The length I use is 16mm in the front, 25mm in the rear, so you will probably want 40mm long. I use 3/8" washers because they are stronger than 5/16".
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Anyone else in San Diego ordering? if so can we have 2 sets shipped to one address to save on shipping?

When is the cut-off date again?
I'm in San Diego. I haven't decided on purchasing yet. If I do I will let you know. It's a toss up between this, bud builts combo and possibly hiring a fabricator since I would really like the transfer case protection as well.
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I'm in San Diego. I haven't decided on purchasing yet. If I do I will let you know. It's a toss up between this, bud builts combo and possibly hiring a fabricator since I would really like the transfer case protection as well.
You might have told me before and I don't remember, but you have a 1st gen these would go on right? These don't fit an 07.
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You might have told me before and I don't remember, but you have a 1st gen these would go on right? These don't fit an 07.
I sold my 2nd for a first.
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I sold my 2nd for a first.
Good decision.
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1. bpkrules: Full set, batman cutout, long trans skid
2. chrslefty: Full set, without cutout, long trans skid
3. cdj1: Full set, without cutout, long trans skid
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5. Mike330R: Full set, without cutout, long trans skid
6. SCSPerformance: IFS, without cutout, rack coverage
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Same as SCSPerformance.

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1. bpkrules: Full set, batman cutout, long trans skid
2. chrslefty: Full set, without cutout, long trans skid
3. cdj1: Full set, without cutout, long trans skid
4. taco47001: Full set, TRD cutout, long trans skid
5. Mike330R: Full set, without cutout, long trans skid
6. SCSPerformance: IFS, without cutout, rack coverage
7. bbob: IFS, without cutout, rack coverage
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