MetalCloak Rear Differential Skid Plate

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You should post a picture of your red skid here, they look great.
 

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You should post a picture of your red skid here, they look great.
I don't know how I didn't see this @RogueKJ but here they are. I also only painted the underside because I knew it would be getting scratched so not a pro paint job but nice to keep the red color flowing
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I don't know how I didn't see this @RogueKJ but here they are. I also only painted the underside because I knew it would be getting scratched so not a pro paint job but nice to keep the red color flowing
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Looks good!
 

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I don't know how I didn't see this @RogueKJ but here they are. I also only painted the underside because I knew it would be getting scratched so not a pro paint job but nice to keep the red color flowing
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What type of preparation did you do to it? Just use spray paint?
 

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What type of preparation did you do to it? Just use spray paint?
I used mineral spirits to clean it before and then used a Rust-oleum type paint. I was in a rush and only did about two coats on the areas that would be visible but if your not in a rush then I'd recommend taking your time and covering all the surfaces
 

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I used mineral spirits to clean it before and then used a Rust-oleum type paint. I was in a rush and only did about two coats on the areas that would be visible but if your not in a rush then I'd recommend taking your time and covering all the surfaces
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Will you be coming out with a front axle skid to match this rear one? Rancho recently came out with one, but I would really like to match your rear skid.
 

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Last convo I had with Metalcloak they are coming out with a skid plate that will be integrated into their upgraded front diff cover and offered as a combo item, but there is no expected release date on it.
 

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