The 1/8" plate is mainly for a replacement/upgrade of the stock plastic splash sheild after it or it's attachment hardware have been broken or lost. Recommended when only driving on snow covered paved roads, gravel roads and some very light off-roading, It will save the oil pan in the event of the unexpected but repeated abuse will cause it to de-form and will decrease it's effectiveness.
The 3/16" is the most popular, if you have any doubt about if you're even getting extreme enough off-road to warrant the added protection we automatically recommend getting the 3/16". The added cost and weight over the 1/8" is very minimal, but the one time you need it, it pays for itself. We also recommend it for any vehicle participating in Rallycross.
The Oil Change Access option gives you the ability to change your oil with out removing the Skidplate, it is a 2.5" round hole that gives you access to the drain plug. For more info read this article: http://get-primitive.com/blog/oil-change-access-holes/
Fumoto Valves make your oil change Cleaner, Quicker and safer. By simply replacing your stock oil drain plug, you can drain your engine oil without tools or mess!
The Fumoto Valve pairs very well with the newest generation of Subaru 4 Cylinders, because the Oil filter is on top of the engine making the whole process very simple and clean and also eliminates the need for an extra big hole in your Skidplate if you choose to get the "Oil Change Access Hole" option.
Don't see what you need? Need something else or have a question about the product? Give us a call at 503-624-2139 or email at Sales@Get-Primitive.com
|Made by PRIMITIVE proudly in the USA||Yes|
|Hard Ware Included||Yes|
|Installation Instructions Included||Yes|
|Bolts to Existing Threaded Holes in The Body||Yes|
|Replaces Factory Plastic Undertray||Yes|
From Ron B (in Canada, ‘eh) I got a set of lift springs, new struts, and skid plates for my ’05 OBXT from you recently, and I just wanted to let you know how much I am enjoying them! They are amazing and really transform the handling of my [outback] wagon – how it should […]