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ATO Skid Plate Group Buy!!! Closes 4-1

Discussion in 'Group Buys' started by Fire931, Mar 3, 2012.

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  1. Mar 3, 2012 at 6:27 AM
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    Fire931

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    CLOSED!!!!!!!

    As promised ATO will be offering up a group buy for all you TW members on all of our skid plates for the 2nd gen Tacomas!

    You DO NOT have to purchase a full set, you can purchase any combination of the skids you like, however discounted pricing will be for the number of orders for that particular skid. So if 10 people order a front skid but only 5 of those order a tcase skid as well the front skid will get the larger discount.

    HD Front Skid Plate

    No modifications are require to use this skid, simply bolt it on and beat it up! This is the largest, beefiest skid you will find for the Tacomas! Skid is constructed of 1/4" plate.

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    Regular - $304
    10+ - $289 5%
    15+ - $274 10%
    20+ - $259 15%
    30+ - $244 20%
    40+ - $228 25% - Plus 1 person will be randomly selected to receive theirs FREE!



    Transfer Case Skid

    This skid requires rerouting the low hanging exhaust crossover pipe to behind the transfer case instead of below it. This allows us to tuck the skid up tight to maximize ground clearance at a crucial location under the truck. Skid is constructed from 3/16" plate.
    (appx. costs at different local muffler shops for new crossover pipe range from $85 and up so check around)

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    Regular - $378
    10+ - $359 5%
    15+ - $340 10%
    20+ - $321 15%
    30+ - $302 20%
    40+ - $283 25% - Plus 1 person will be randomly selected to receive theirs FREE!



    Transmission Skid

    This skid requires no modifications to the truck to use, however it does require having the front and transfer case skid. This skid utilizes the transfer case skid and the front skid as mounting locations so it CANNOT be used without the other skids. Skid is constructed of 3/16" plate.

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    Regular - $239
    10+ - $227 5%
    15+ - $215 10%
    20+ - $203 15%
    30+ - $191 20%
    40+ - $179 25% - Plus 1 person will be randomly selected to receive theirs FREE!


    Gas Tank Skid

    This skid requires the use of the 4 studs on the gas tank straps, TRD Offroad models are pre-equipped with this, TRD Sport and SR5 models will need to either add these studs to their existing gas tank straps (some welding required) or purchase the TRD Offroad straps from a dealer. Skid is constructed from 3/16" plate and comes in two versions - Access Cab and Double Cab Short Bed model and Double Cab Long Bed model.

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    Regular - $214
    10+ - $203 5%
    15+ - $193 10%
    20+ - $182 15%
    30+ - $171 20%
    40+ - $161 25% - Plus 1 person will be randomly selected to receive theirs FREE!




    FREE skid offer is for the skid only, does not include shipping. Winning customer must still cover the costs for shipping!

    All skids ship bare steel! Prices DO NOT include shipping!

    All skids ship via FedEx Ground and prices vary per region. I will post up specs shortly to allow you to get a shipping quote for your location.

    To participate in this group buy simply add your screen name to the list, also listing which skids you wish to purchase. Payment will be required at the close of the group buy, expect 2-4 weeks after the group buy closes for shipping. We accept most major credit cards (except American Express).



    Don't miss out on a chance to save some $ on skids!!

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  2. Mar 3, 2012 at 7:38 AM
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    PSJ

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  3. Mar 3, 2012 at 7:44 AM
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    Whats the turn-around time on these gunna be? Im making a trip to VA sometime in April, and it would be save me some cash if I could pick em up.
     
  4. Mar 3, 2012 at 7:49 AM
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    Fire931

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    As long as my supplier cooperates it should be within 2 weeks of the close.
     
  5. Mar 3, 2012 at 9:34 AM
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    Sweet, next pain in your ass question:

    Will your IFS skid work with a Brute Force front bumper?

    http://bruteforcefab.com/FRONT_BUMPERS.php

    I'll get you some pics of the mounting points if necessary, but I suspect it mounts the same as other aftermarket units.
     
  6. Mar 3, 2012 at 9:38 AM
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  7. Mar 3, 2012 at 9:39 AM
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    Looks as though it will fit just fine with them.
     
  8. Mar 3, 2012 at 9:44 AM
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    tag, now that I got the front skid, I may get the Transmission Skid if budget allows.
     
  9. Mar 3, 2012 at 9:54 AM
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    does your transmission skid work with an allpro IFS and ap tcase skid? it won't connect to the tcase skid, but will the length work with the IFS skid? maybe i'll just have to relocate the front holes?



    EDIT: NM, my thoughts on drilling the new holes to match up has been confirmed...time to get some $$ together :D
     
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    Might consider the gas tank skid.. but not sure yet
     
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    I need to start saving for the rest of these. I love the ifs skid but its lonely by itself under there.
     
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