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Old 08-14-2017, 07:14 PM   #1
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Selling my RCI Metalworks skidplate set off the truck, never seen any rocks or damage and I can almost guarantee the truck won't ever so moving on. This is the full skid package from them that comes in raw .25" aluminum and covers from under the intercooler to the back of the transfer case. Very clean construction, fit and finish. Retail is $720 plus shipping, I'm looking to get $600, located in East TN.
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No clue why pics keep uploading upside down, even tried uploading flipped...

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$575 shipped
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$575 shipped
Great price glws
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Still available.
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I'm interested in these. How easy is it to change the oil, or to remove a section to allow service? I noticed that they make a "service friendly" version, but it looked like it has less coverage.

Am I reading correctly that current price is $575 including shipping?
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It's not bad to remove any of them. I cant honestly tell you since I have only had them on the truck for 5k mi. They install in a staggerd layer pattern and any one can be removed by loosening 2 and removing 2. Price is $575 shipped in the lower 48 paid PayPal F&F or +3%. That's as low as I'll be able to go on pricing.

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Were are you located in East TN...heading to Paducah late next month...tempting offer you have here.
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I'm in Loudon, just south of Knoxville.
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