Each Skidplate includes an engine oil drain opening for easy oil changes without removal of the skid plate. It also includes drain holes for easy wash out of trail debris and prevent water build up.
Designed to mount directly to the ROKMEN High Clearance Belly Pan for the ultimate in underbody armor coverage. It can also be mounted to the stock belly pan with minor modifications to the stock pan.
Optional cold roll steel reinforcing ribs can be added to the inside and bottom of the skidplate that are fully TIG welded for even more strength.
- Fits 03-06 TJ/LJ 6Cyl engines with auto & manual transmissions.
- Made from 1/4" high grade steel plate that is laser cut, CNC formed, and fully TIG welded for unmatched craftsmanship and durability.
- Can be used on Jeeps with or without a Motor Mount Lift
- All Pictures show optional reinforcements
- Ships bare steel.
** Currently this item has a 2-3 week lead time **
|Vehicle Type||Jeep TJ, Jeep LJ|
Heavy duty is an understatement Review by Craig
Install was a no hassle installation with the 1/2 body life. Quality craftsmanship and material. Highly recommend all their skids. (Posted on 11/16/2016)
Good quality skid but needed a few minor mods to mount to stock belly pan Review by LJ Dave
Mounted this engine/tranny skid to the Belly Pan on my 05 LJ Rubicon (automatic) yesterday. Since the skid is designed to mount to the Rokmen belly pan, I had to do a couple of mods to get it to fit. 1st was to elongate the holes at the rear of the skid as the factory transmission skid mounting holes are just slightly wider apart than the Rokmen design. then I had to remove about 1.5 inches off the center section of the stock belly plan. The only issue I had with the Rokmen skid was that I needed to clearance the skid on the driver's side to clear my stock exhaust. If I didn't have to make that mod, I would have given the skid a 5 star rating. Overall a very nice beefy skid plate and a major cost effective improvement over the stock tranny skid. (Posted on 7/30/2014)
saved my tranny and engine oil pan Review by Vance
I was sliding down a rock face at SMORR and this skid took a nasty hit. It saved my oil and tranny pans like it was made to do. Only suffered a little scratch. The jeep behind me was not using this or any skid, he hit his oil pan and sliced it open finishing his weekend early. Great product! (Posted on 7/3/2014)
Awsome! as always. Review by loft306
Over memorial day weekend just past i was wheeling rock out crawlinging and fell off the side of a rock coming down hard on another rock with the engine skid just below the oil sump .. it was a teeth crunching landing(only drawback to beefy skid-plates :) then slid over on on to the control arm that i'm still procrastinating changing out for the Rokmen control arms that i keep tripping over.... stock is now mangled :) A good excuse to install them.
As far as install it went right on, all bolts slid into place Perfect fabrication guys. once again fit and finish is perfect.
One other note as i didn't have a flex-head 9/16 wrench the stubby 9/16 from harbor freight gets right in there from either the top or bottom depending on the bolt location.
(only used harbor freight as i thought i was torching and bending a wrench to do the job) (Posted on 5/29/2014)
protect your oil pan! Review by Andy
this is beefy and does its job! workman ship of the welds are untouchable by almost anyone! looks great and worth the investment! (Posted on 1/19/2014)
Awesome skid plates. Review by pclements
With just a 1/2 body lift the gas tank, transfer and engine/transmission bolted right up. I am very impressed with the quality of workmanship and the the welds are ooh, such a work of art. I also put their adjustable control arms on. I can't wait to see how the LJ does now. Keep up the great works gentlemen.
Pat (Posted on 5/21/2012)
Will this fit on a stock 04' Rubicon?
Posted byon Thursday 13th of February 2014Yes it will, though it's designed to mate up seamlessly with our Tummy Tuck(Transfer case skid plate) you can mount it to your stock skid plate. This does require drilling some holes etc.
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