10-19 4Runner Transfer-Case Skid Plate

(1 customer review)

$270.00$330.00

Protect your 5th generation 4Runner from costly underbody damage with an RCI Metalworks transfer case skid plate. An excellent addition to your vehicle, or replacement for the cheap and extremely light duty OEM skid plate, which only attaches to…
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Complete the underbody protection of your 4Runner with a transfer-case skid plate by RCI Metalworks, the ultimate defense for all on and off-road hazards.

Built with your choice of laser cut 3/16ā€ steel  or 1/4ā€ aluminum, this plate is custom fit to protect the transfer-case of all 5th generation 2010-Present 4Runners with premium quality, fit and finish.

 

KEY FEATURES

  • Protects third cross-member, transfer-case, and exhaust pipe
  • Excellent addition or replacement of weak, lightweight OEM skid plate that directlu attaches to the transfer-case (this means impact will not disperse, rendering plate useless)
  • Reinforced edges between cross-members for maximum strength and rigidity
  • Bolt protector rings surround exposed bolts, shielding against physical damage
  • 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
  • All models include a heavy duty 3/16″ steel cross-member- aluminum option includes a powdercoated steel cross-member
  • All Cross-members come powder coated black for ALL options
  • Direct bolt on addition to existing factory attachment points, no drilling required

*Current lead time: 1-2 Weeks

MADE IN USA

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Material

3/16" Steel – Black Powdercoat, 1/4" 5052 Aluminum – Raw Metal, 1/4" 5052 Aluminum – Black Powder Coat

1 review for 10-19 4Runner Transfer-Case Skid Plate

  1. Andrey

    This skid is amazing, comes with extra cross member and completely covers TC.
    Cross member was a little short, I was afraid to break off a bolt while stretching the cross member to fit tight to the frame. luckily didn’t happen to me.
    There is an issue with the muffler pipe, on my car it sticks down pretty low. With no U shape provided spacers, it was laying on the skid, and would rattle from vibrations on the muffler.
    After placing provided U shape spacers, it was off the skid, but was still close enough to cause rattling. I did some research it looks like a common problem, people do different stuff to avoid it, extra spacers, replace dampers to shorter ones, or zip tie the damper to make it shorter.
    I had to zip tie muffler rubber damper to pull the pipe up just a little to stop the rattling noise.
    The skid should be redesigned to bend and go over the muffler pipe, should just drop by an inch from the mount point go over the pipe and come back.

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