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Here's a good breakdown of the available skid plates

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I have the Chief lower front guard and sump protection plate off a MY15 overland about to go up for sale if interested. I had a Uneek bar installed and unfortunately the chief protection had to go. Also have one Chief tow hook to go as well. PM if interested.
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I have the Chief lower front guard and sump protection plate off a MY15 overland about to go up for sale if interested. I had a Uneek bar installed and unfortunately the chief protection had to go. Also have one Chief tow hook to go as well. PM if interested.
What do you want for the Chief Lower front guard?

I had just purchased a used Chief Sump Guard(3days ago) which is getting delivered today from over east.

Anything else, underbody?
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It's a bummer this gear doesn't come standard like it did on the WH. Will have to allow another $1500 or so to add to the cost of next vehicle unless I can fluke one already equipped.
Was it cheaper to add the underbelly guards as an option new than afterwards?
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What do you want for the Chief Lower front guard?



I had just purchased a used Chief Sump Guard(3days ago) which is getting delivered today from over east.



Anything else, underbody?


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Just a quick question about the Chief sump guards, is the access cover useful to CRD owners, I read its access for Hemi V 8 oil change. I'm going to order one soon and just trying to get a good fit.
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Anyone else find the axle and chief bash sump protector comes loose after bumps/where both plates meet. I dont mean entirely loose, but enough that you can tighten it 3/4 of a turn again.

Why? Because you can feel a clunk when it is not extremely tight.


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Funnily enough I was just under mine tonight checking the replacement bolts I put in the front of my Trans Guard. They are into those same OEM threaded clips also. Now I can’t guarantee that I fully tightened them when I installed originally but I am pretty sure I did. Going away again for Easter so see how they fair.


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