Rear Differential Skid Plate | 10-Present 4Runner w/ KDSS

(1 customer review)

$325.00

Protect your 5th generation 4Runner from costly underbody damage with an RCI Metalworks rear differential skid plate.  CNC cut and brake formed from 3/16″ steel plate.

Description

DETAILS

Underbody damage is costly. Protect your investment with RCI skids, the ultimate defense for all on and off-road hazards.

Built of laser cut 3/16” steel, this plate is custom fit to protect the rear differential of all 5th generation 2010-2020 KDSS 4Runners with premium quality, fit and finish.

 ***FITS KDSS MODEL ONLY***

KEY FEATURES

  • Protects the low hanging rear differential
  • Clamps directly to axle housing for an easy no drill install
  • Hugs differential tightly, within 1/4″ for minimal loss in ground clearance.
  • Includes heavy duty black powder coat finish
  • Design incorporates drain holes for water and dirt to escape, as well as allow full access to the differential drain plug
  • Installs in minutes
  • All hardware and installation instructions provided
  • Direct bolt on addition to existing factory attachment points, no drilling required

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MADE IN USA

Additional information

Weight 22.00 lbs
Dimensions 27.00 × 14.00 × 6.00 in
Material

3/16" Steel – Black Powdercoat

1 review for Rear Differential Skid Plate | 10-Present 4Runner w/ KDSS

  1. Randal Rowland (verified owner)

    Let’s get a review out here for the KDSS Diff Skid. I recently installed one on my 2016 4Runner, I like the extra protection it provides but there are a few things to note. First, the skid doesn’t mount with brackets around the axle (which I was pleasantly surprised) to actually mounts to the KDSS rear sway bar. Those bolts were a real bugger to loosen up and I had to use a floor jack to press the skid into place but it fits nicely. The bolts on the front collar are a bugger to install and tighten due to limited clearance. My only complaint is the logo sticks up and partially covers the diff fill plug so you can’t get a socket on it and have to use a wrench. Luckily mine was not rusted on. I haven’t hit anything yet but expect it will hold up like the rest of my RCI skids (full aluminum and steel gas tank … which have been fully tested and beat on).

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