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T-case mounts, skidplate, which one?????

I'd like to get a t-case skid plate and new mounts...
What do you guys reccommend? Should I get the all in one from Trailtough?


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Re: T-case mounts, skidplate, which one?????

Brents is a quality piece and very durable. I have racked it a few times and there is still no harm done to it. I use the stock mounts and run a 6.1 and I have really had no problems with it. Hope that can help your decision. TOM
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Re: T-case mounts, skidplate, which one?????

Im using the mighty Kong and it has done its job very well. No twisting of mounts with a GRSII and I have bashed it on a few rocks pretty well without trouble. nice solid piece.

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Re: T-case mounts, skidplate, which one?????

Gotta say ditto on the Mighty Kong T-case. I have beat the crap out of mine and had no problems. I did tear an original stock mount (short side) and replaced them with polly mounts from R Road.

Attached is a pic of the abuse it can take without bending. This was after 1 weekend of heavy rock crawling @ Katemcy TX.
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Re: T-case mounts, skidplate, which one?????

WOW thats a good sales pic. I think I may go with the mighty kong afterall with some RR mounts.


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Re: T-case mounts, skidplate, which one?????

Whats the core charge?


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Re: T-case mounts, skidplate, which one?????

The only problem with wheeling is anything that can go wrong, will go wrong. T-cace armor is good but it leaves the rest of your ubdercarrige exposed. I prefer the Petroworks full undercarrige skid. Bounced mine over a fair share of rocks with no damage done. The only drawback is that you have to remove it when servicing the tranny and t-case. A slight pain in the @ss, but it only takes about an extra 20 min. or so.
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You guys aren't making my decision any easier [img]images/graemlins/frown.gif[/img]


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