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RCI Off Road 1996-2002 Toyota 4runner / 1995-2004 Tacoma Transmission Skid Plate


Protect your 3rd Generation 4runner or your 1st Gen Tacoma* with RCI skids, the ultimate defense for all on and off-road hazards. Ties in seamlessly with RCI front and transfer-case skid plates or use as a stand-alone item.

Built with 3/16” laser cut steel with black powder coat, this plate is custom fit to protect the front of all 3rd generation 1996-2002 4Runners with premium quality, fit and finish.

KEY FEATURES

  • Protects transmission and second and third cross-members
  • Excellent addition or replacement of weak, lightweight OEM skid plates (which do not provide ANY coverage of transmission)
  • Service openings for maintenance without removal
  • Reinforced edges between cross-members for maximum strength and rigidity
  • Smooth, flat surface that easily slides over obstacles
  • Black powder coat available for rust resistant, durable and high quality finish
  • Installs in minutes
  • All hardware and installation instructions provided
  • Direct bolt on addition to existing factory attachment points, no drilling required

** PRODUCT MAY REQUIRE LEAD TIME - SEE SHIPPING TAB FOR DETAILS **

MADE IN USA

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    08/28/2020
    Brad S.
    United States United States
    Gen 1 Taco skid plates.

    Well I haven’t mounted them yet but they both came in a sweet matte black coating and they’re pretty heavy. I’m looking forward to having them on the truck soon.

    BS
    08/28/2020
    Brad S.
    United States United States
    Gen 1 Taco skid plates.

    Well I haven’t mounted them yet but they both came in a sweet matte black coating and they’re pretty heavy. I’m looking forward to having them on the truck soon.

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