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Jeep Wrangler JK Flat Bottom Skidplate - Flat Bottom Baby

Posted in How To: Body Chassis on November 1, 2008
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Ask around Hollywood and no one will tell you they want a flat bottom. But any respected Jeep owner would jump at the chance to have a bolt-on flat bottom skidplate. And of all the Jeeps that need additional underside protection, the '07-'09 Wrangler is near the top. Sure the factory JK skidders were designed to support the weight of the Jeep, but a constant barrage of rock-strewn trails will beat those factory skidplates and many of the unprotected vital components into submission. Enter Poly Performance, a company that has experience in building skidplates for Jeeps that hit the rocks all day at a snails pace and battle Baja at 90mph. And that's pretty much what the company built for the JK Wrangler in the form of a three skidplate package that protects the engine oil pan, tranny, exhaust, and transfer case.

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Poly Performance
San Luis Obispo, CA 93401

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