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Thanks for the link. Found this of Bens 200. Didn’t know there was that intermediary plate, so thanks for the heads up.Yea, but I have a feeling it's going to be quite a bit of an angle. I'll tackle that soon. I was hoping the camera would land between my ladder rungs and not have to relocate, but alas, it's directly behind a riser.... Yeah the relo looks inevitable.forum.ih8mud.com
I think all the skids start where the 3 bolts are in the first pic above. I asked for the plate knowing I would hack the stock plates until I was ready for some real ones. Also, i think it just makes the front look better.
I did not. Was planning on calling him tomorrow to talk about his skid plates as well. Still undecided which way to go so I’ll ask him about it.
Yup, thanks for the heads up. Just re read the thread that goes over the pros and cons, in a very professional manner I might add.Whatever you go with, consider whether it will help you slid over stuff as it makes contact with rock....or actually keep you from skidding over stuff because of protrusions. Catch-points & protrusions are the enemy when it comes to effective skids.