Replace the flimsy, ground clearance robbing, rock grabbing, stock belly pan . Gain the clearance and armor this sport demands. With the ROKMEN high clearance Heavy Duty Belly Pan you can tackle the trails with confidence.
You'll gain 2.25" of ground clearance over stock , equivalent to increasing your tire size by 4+ inches. The reinforced design and flat underside gives your rig a smooth surface to slide over the big obstacles.
Made form 1/4" high grade steel plate that is laser cut, CNC formed, and fully TIG welded for unmatched craftsmanship and durability.
- Fits 03-06 TJ/LJ 6Cyl engines with auto & manual transmissions
- A minimum of 1/2" body lift is required for a bolt on installation.
Can I install the ROKMEN TT without a Body lift?
Yes - Installation can be done, however; it is no longer a bolt on installation. Common areas that may require adjustment are: Body clearance around the Tcase, exhaust mount, and transmission bell housing as well as Tcase shifter linkage.
What about protection for the Automatic Transmission Pan?
The stock automatic skid plate can be bolted up to our TT - it will require 2 new holes to be drilled into the leading edge of the TT. A better option would be to install the Rokmen Transmission/Engine Skid plate which integrates seamlessly with our TT and provides significantly more protection for your transmission and oil pan.
Do I need a CV Drive Shaft? Can I get one through ROKMEN?
This depends on how much driveline lift you will have on your vehicle. The general rule of thumb is - TJ's can handle about 4" of driveline lift without a CV Drive shaft - 5" is in the gray area and 6" is definite CV territory. For LJ's add 1" to those numbers. We carry Tom Woods CV drive shafts and have the knowledge and parts you need for a complete setup.
What about exhaust clearance near the upper passenger control arm?
This is common with all high clearance belly pans - Your jeep may require minor modification of the exhaust near the front passenger upper control arm for clearance. We have seen vehicles that have not required this, and ones that have. A quick trip to an exhaust shop after installation or sometimes just modification to the exhaust bracket (lowering it by 5/8") has provided the required clearance with no need for further modification.
Will an Atlas Transfer case work with the ROKMEN TT?
The 2 speed Atlas Transfer Case will fit inside the ROKMEN skid plate, however, typical clearance issues with the body, shifter linkage, and stock T case mounts common with Atlas installations still apply. Other aftermarket Tcases are not known at this time, and modification may be required.
|Vehicle Type||Jeep TJ, Jeep LJ|
High Centering? No Problem! Review by Fred
I installed one of these monsters on my 97 TJ following the great results I got with the Rokmen gas tank skid. This thing is so heavy that you need a floor jack to get it up into place. I would advise checking the welded nuts inside the frame aggressively to be sure they're in place. Replace any that are questionable with nutcerts BEFORE you put this belly pan up. You'll be glad you did. I can slide over rocks all day long now with no fear of pushing the transmission and transfer case up through the floor. One Note: CALL your order in to Rokmen. They tried to charge me the higher list price and told me that "special" price was no longer in effect. They'll give you the lower price over the phone. Great folks to do business with! (Posted on 10/2/2015)
great product Review by jerry
Very well made, all holes lined up perfectly. I already had 1" body lift and 1" motor mount lift installed. Great price. I gained a little over 2" more ground clearance. (Posted on 2/14/2014)
Tough, tight, did just what is promised Review by pcwolf
Bolted this up last week and got 2-1/2" over the stock shovel. I have a Rokmen 1/2" BL, did not use MML, and still no interference with exhaust, transfer case, or shafts. I did have to lower my fan shroud. 2006 TJ Rubicon (Posted on 9/9/2013)
A Must buy, for Rubicons Review by JD
The stock pan is a real drag. I installed a 1/2 body lift, 1" motor mount and then the Belly Pan and Trans skid. Fit was great, the design was better than I would of come up with. I think it is better to start with this than a lift. (Posted on 7/7/2012)
I have an 04 lj with a 2" lift. If I put the body lift on, is there anything else that I would have to have to be able to put the skid plate on?
Posted byon Monday 6th of May 2013Yes, In order o bolt the belly pan on and have enough body clearance, you have to have min of a .5" body lift or more. We manufacturer a 1.2" and a 1" body lift that work. If you all ready have a body lift than you are good to go.
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