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MShk01 Hardware Kit

This Kit will be at a great advantage so you can remove the skid plate without drilling out those nasty rivets

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Tool included for 6 bottom inserts

The front four are custom designed by myself for a flush fit

Access to a inch pound torque wrench is recommended for installation

Mostly stainless hardware, 6 of 26 components are not

Bolts have thread locker on them so they won't loosen

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Yuuuuup!
 

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I was looking for something just like this when I did our last two skidplates ........................looks pretty slick. The $45 is the price you pay for the convenience of easily being able to remove / install your skidplate, guess it depends on how often you plan on doing that.

I might buy a couple, would like to hear from those who have used them to see how they work out.............................
 

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Anyone actually use this kit yet - and if so how well did it work out ?
 

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I recently installed one. Haven't had to remove it yet. I plan on doing my own oil changes and have followed other posts and it seems being able to easily and quickly remove the skid plate will make the job quicker and easier. My skid plate only came with the drain plug opening and doesn't allow access to the cover bolts that will now be accessible by removing the cover. I posted some observations on installing here; http://www.dootalk.com/forums/topic/633201-2013-renegade-1200-skid-plate/
Hope this helps.
 

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Thanks for the reply, I read your other post. I figured you would have to drill the factory holes in the belly to install the inserts, and once you do that you're not using 3/16" rivets anymore cause the holes are too big so you are committed to these rivnuts.

Do those rivnuts seem pretty solid, like they are going to stay in there and not come loose, or start to spin etc etc?
 
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