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#39: 12-03-2012, 07:06 AM
 
 islandborn
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Originally Posted by SpidermanMTL View Post
I as well installed the skid plate, mine doesn't rub... I had some trouble getting the screws in cause I left the front plastic part in but with a little love it went in nicely. The only thing I couldn't get in were the two push clips that hold next to the jack pad... I guess cause I kept the front shield on, (no trimming either) it increased the distance and the clips weren't long enough to grab the other side.

Also I couldn't for the life of me get the diff bolts loose to put on the rear diff plate.. I'm going to try again this week with a can of PB blaster..

All in all the front was easy it actually took me less than an hour to install. Drove around all week-end and no vibration issues......
wonderful! then it might have been mine bent a bit off or what not.... Yeah, the push clips next to the jack pad - no do either. Haven't attempted the diff plate yet - look forward to it.