3/16" Rear Skidplate
Sturdy 3/16" Aluminum Lightweight rear differential cover. Fully boxed design.
Bolts on easily, made to fit with most big exhausts, comes with hardware. Does not affect trailer hitch mounting.
Makes great jack up point! Fits most all MULTI-LINK rear suspension cars. Does NOT FIT 6-cyl cars, (H6 need side-drain version).
This RALLY PROVEN rear differential cover is made of lightwieght T-5052 aircraft grade aluminum, 3/16" thick. It is formed and welded to provide ultimate protection to your rear diff. It boxes both sides and the rear and provides an up-turned front lip to glide over rocks and debris. Installs in minutes and comes with hardware and instructions. Fits most all 2008+WRX/STi/Impreza/CrossTrek 2009+Forester 2005+ Legacy & Outbacks (Excluding 2010-2012 Leg/OB W/CVT) and 2005-2009 OutBack XT & 3.0 H6 W/5EAT auto trans) 5EAT auto trans cars (including all 6-cyl) need the SIDEDRAIN version of this skidplate.
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|Aluminum||Yes, weighs less than 4 lbs|
|Made by PRIMITIVE proudly in the USA||Yes|
|Hardware Included||Yes, or re-uses stock hardware|
|Installation Instructions Included||Yes, not too hard to install|
|Bolts to Existing Threaded Holes in The Body||Yes, simple bolt-on|
|No Drilling!||Yes, like all our skidplates, no drilling required|
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