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ok i need a stock tj skid plate looking to get it for free

i need to take the jeep back up to the dealer to get the t-case replaced and u-joints and rear wheel seals replaced.
but what the problem is that the last time i took it to the dealer to get the trans replaced they said they had a hard time getting the skid plate back up because it is all dented up from rocks (center is pushed up) and i dont want there to be any problems this time
i dont want to pay because eventually i plan on getting a belly up but dont have the money right now

let me know what you have thanks
i dont know if there is any difference but it is a 03 rubicon with manual trans
around Taylor
 

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Any skid from a 03-06 should work. The 241 has no bearing on the skid nor does auto or manual.

IIRC I still have mine off of my 04 in the scrap pile at the old mans shop. I'll check tomarrow and let you know.
 

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Any skid from a 03-06 should work. The 241 has no bearing on the skid nor does auto or manual.

IIRC I still have mine off of my 04 in the scrap pile at the old mans shop. I'll check tomarrow and let you know.

yeah let me know if you have one
no rush
i would just much rather do a 37min drive to sterling heights than 1hr 11min to flint

thanks
 
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