Front Skidplate 2010-2012 Outback/Legacy

Polished Aluminum 5052. Bolts to existing holes in the undercarriage. No drilling or cutting required. Replaces the Factory Splash Shield.

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$289.00

  • 1/8" Sport Thickness
  • 3/16" Rally Tough!

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This T5052 aircraft aluminum skidplate was developed specifically for the 2010 and newer Legacy and Outback platform.  Not only does it protect the engine, sump, and exhaust headers over ROUGH and GRAVEL roads, but includes vents to draw out more hot air and smooth the front end aerodynamics.  Note the tight fit to give the BEST ground clearance, while still remaining SIMPLE to install.  Takes just a couple of minutes with 3 bolts and 2 push-on clips. Great for backwoods trails, the desert, TSD gravel rallies and off-road travel. Simple installation. Mounting hardware included.

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Rally ProvenYes
AluminumYes
Extremely RuggedYes
Made by PRIMITIVE proudly in the USAYes
Hardware IncludedYes
Installation Instructions IncludedYes
Bolts to Existing Threaded Holes in The BodyYes
Replaces Factory Plastic UndertrayYes
No Drilling!Yes
Simple InstallationYes

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