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Skid plate.

Discussion in '3rd Gen Tundras (2014+)' started by l3LUEFALCON, Sep 15, 2018 at 7:01 PM.

  1. Sep 15, 2018 at 7:01 PM
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    l3LUEFALCON

    l3LUEFALCON [OP] RIG MECHANIC

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    2014 5.7 FFV MGM CM SR5 4WD TSS-OR AKA: MILDRED
    (DIY) CB Radio, Tool Box, ESP Under seat storage, Husky front/ Weather tech rear floor mats, (DIY) Console Safe (Bio-metric), 275/60/R20 Conti Terrain Contact, Magnaflow Exhaust, Katskin leather seat covers, LRA 46 gallon replacement fuel tank, TRD Pro shocks Front/Rear.
    With the Pro shocks installed, I found that my tires are rubbing the skid plate. I have two questions. 1st: Does the TRD skid plate have the clearance for the extra height and tires size increase already calculated in its measurements? 2nd: How much OEM skid plate should be removed to accommodate the height and tire increase for now (33s) and later (34s) possibly (35s)?
     
  2. Sep 15, 2018 at 7:11 PM
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    4x4_Angel

    4x4_Angel Perfectly Imperfect Tomboy....

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    ToyTec BOSS Lift, FRAC, 18" Fuel Pump wheels, Nitto Ridge Grapplers
    I have a rubbing issue there too....I'm just gonna tweak my skid plate to accommodate
     

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