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Got Skidplate?


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#1 PopsicleMud

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Posted 23 August 2005 - 10:37 AM

So last weekend, when I crawled under the Loyale to change the O2 sensor, I noticed that something was missing: the stock skidplate!

It turned out that the place I took it to for an oil change a few weeks ago forgot to put it back on. I called them and they still had it, just waiting for me to call, so I drove down there and of course it only took about two minutes to put it back on. It looks like they even cleaned it up for me.

The moral of the story? If someone else works on your car, double check their work.

#2 samo

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Posted 23 August 2005 - 11:47 AM

Mine's missing its plate too, presumably from the guy who put a new engine in it.

#3 subyrally

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Posted 23 August 2005 - 12:33 PM

my skid plate got welded to the underside of an old mercades car that the boss's wife kept bashing holes through the oil pan. im thinking about looking into the primative racing skid plate, that thing is huge and sturdy. ive heard that you can even use it as a lift point for a jack.




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