Join Date: Jun 2014
Location: Santa Clarita Valley, CA
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Most likely this is what I'm going to do to mine. Easy and cheap.
my first oil change ( did it myself ) i took the skid plate off and cut a large very neat round hole right under the oil filter housing . 2 coats of rubberized undercoating all over the plate and heavily greased all the skid plate attaching bolts ( might be awhile before ever removing it again )
Probl solved for $10.
I live in a somewhat rural area and def wanted to retain the skid plate function , it does protect several items and some steering hoses and such.
Just one mans fix , and seems to work well for me.
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