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Hi Guys,

Apologies if already asked, has anyone fitted the ASFIR brand of underbody protection plates to their WK Diesel?

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I haven't but I would be keen to hear of anyones experience with this gear.
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Considering Im buying one at the end of the year Id be interested to know about this too.

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works out more expensive than buying the mopar set for $850 from vic plus chief trna plate. plus the chief and mopar gear is steel not ali , plus asfir doesn't protect fuel tanks and funnily enough the fuel tanks are where most of my hits have come from
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I bought the aluminium front protection plate cheap second hand... but got sidetracked talking to the guy and didn't notice there was a nice clean additional bend where the previous vehicle must have been in a serious accident. I must remember to thank the seller for that. Anyway, a few bucks at the local engineering place had it straightened out fine.

The front mountings utilise the small 6mm bolts into the lower radiator support bar. That's probably my only criticism...
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