Rocks, Mud or Just Any Adventure?

#23
I crunched my oil pan on a stump that I couldn't really see while night wheeling with a few buddies. Replaced the oil pan on my TJ and said, never again. I ordered the MetalCloak oil pan skid and couldn't believe how sturdy the thing was. They could charge 3x as much as they do, and it would still be a steal. To not have to do that job on a TJ ever again is an amazing thought. lol
 
#24
I crunched my oil pan on a stump that I couldn't really see while night wheeling with a few buddies. Replaced the oil pan on my TJ and said, never again. I ordered the MetalCloak oil pan skid and couldn't believe how sturdy the thing was. They could charge 3x as much as they do, and it would still be a steal. To not have to do that job on a TJ ever again is an amazing thought. lol
I will look into the Metal Cloak one. I was also looking into the Rubicon Express one as well. Any thoughts on that one?
 
#25
RE makes some great stuff, I actually have a set of adjustable upper control arms of theirs in the rear. I can't say anything about their oil pan skid though because I haven't used or seen that product. I am a huge fan of MetalCloak so I went with theirs mostly because I knew I could trust it. Everything I've seen of theirs is just so well done and rock solid. When I pulled the skid out of the box, I couldn't believe how heavy it was. I wish I had weighed it, but holding it up to bolt it in was almost uncomfortably heavy. I think it took me all of 30-40 minutes to get all the bolts situated and tightened down. I would have no reservations bouncing it off a rock/stump/log/etc.

PS: No, I am not a MC salesperson. hahaaa
 
#27
RE makes some great stuff, I actually have a set of adjustable upper control arms of theirs in the rear. I can't say anything about their oil pan skid though because I haven't used or seen that product. I am a huge fan of MetalCloak so I went with theirs mostly because I knew I could trust it. Everything I've seen of theirs is just so well done and rock solid. When I pulled the skid out of the box, I couldn't believe how heavy it was. I wish I had weighed it, but holding it up to bolt it in was almost uncomfortably heavy. I think it took me all of 30-40 minutes to get all the bolts situated and tightened down. I would have no reservations bouncing it off a rock/stump/log/etc.

PS: No, I am not a MC salesperson. hahaaa
Metal Cloak it will be then. Thanks!
 
#33
Pretty much anything except mud! Hate it with a passion. Five minutes of fun and five years of crap falling in your eyes every time you get under the Jeep to do anything.
 
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