His BAMF skids are made of 1/4 inch steel, it's takes a LOT of force to bend these things. The amount needed to wreck these skids would do serious damage to your truck regardless. There is nothing wrong with how he designed the cam bolt protection, if it gets bent back, the back of the plate would come in contact with the end of the cam bolt, that's it. If you managed to damage the cam bolt with the skid, chances are the amount of force needed to do that kind of damage would have rendered having a skid a moot point, it wouldn't have mattered anyway.
Nothing is going to be perfect because when you armor one piece you then make another area the wink link.
Not until I just spoke to a member who purchased them and found out he never changed the design did I now speak up.
No other LCA skid manufacture puts the LCA skids 1/2" from the LCA. It's simple physics. There is a reason all skids go flush to the OE members no matter what skid they are. If you want to relying on some thin grade 5 bolt to hold your skid on a 5k truck at speed hitting something have fun with that.
Ill unsub now so you can all flame away. Just remember I tried to help everyone before you guys even knew of this issue and I told Jerry the ones he already sold could of been given spacers so theirs don't break.
Now flame on