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Looking for a stock / aftermarket front skid plate for a 96 Trac 2dr, 4x4.

If you have something laying around, shoot me a line.

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Larry
 

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I think they are only aftermarket, I have one, but its nfs, they offer them on lowrangeoffroad.com, I only say aftermarket because I have only seen mine, even on the other lifted rigs around, hope it helps.
 

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Thanks,

I was under the impression that they did have OEM plates, but I may be mistaken.

yeah, saw the lowrange stuff, looks nice, just trying to see if i can save a few $$$.

dont do much heavy offroading, but when i look under the front of the Trac and see that housing just sitting there, I have bad thoughts of what "could" hit that and cost me a lot more money than a skid plate.

Thanks for your input.
 

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Skidplate

I have used 1/2" puck board for years and a lot of my friends as well. Make your own if ya are into that. It slides on rocks way better that metal !! Try it ya will love it
 

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I have used 1/2" puck board for years and a lot of my friends as well. Make your own if ya are into that. It slides on rocks way better that metal !! Try it ya will love it
 

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Skid plate

"Puckboard ?

I am really mechanical by nature, but WTH is "puckboard"?

Maybe I know it by something else.

Also, love the clean look, but how did you get that kick up done on the front of the skid plate ?

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Lol not sure if that's it's real name or not but it is the stuff the use to line hockey rinks with and car washes. I bought some up in Canada it's not cheap. It's 1/2" thick the stuff I have. It's hard white plastic.
 
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