Get complete protection for the underside of your new 4 door JK! Save money by ordering the complete kit, which includes 3-4 separate skid plates: gas tank skid, oil pan skid, transmission skid, and transfer case skid.
The oil pan skid includes an oil drain panel that allows the oil to be changed without removing the skid. For 2007-2011 Jeeps, the oil pan skid bolts to our transmission skid. For 2012+ Jeeps, the oil pan and transmission skid are one piece. Both versions of the oil pan skid bolts to the Jeep's cross member and allows the use of a long arm suspension kit without cutting.
The transfer case skid replaces the factory skid and offers greater protection.
The gas tank skid covers the entire gas tank front to back. Some minor trimming of the factory gas tank skid is required and can be easily done in a few minutes.
Available in bare steel or bare aluminum, black satin finish or textured epoxy finish. Our aluminum skid system weighs approximately 1/2 the weight of our steel skids (72 pounds). Steel weight is 145 pounds.Made from 3/16" Steel or 1/4" Aluminum.
**Additional drilling may be required for mounting to your specific Diesel, Hemi or LS3 conversion kit.
Note: Our aluminum skids, while offering excellent protection, will not stand up to the same level of abuse as our steel skids. Also available with replaceable UHMW Polyethylene skins. UHMW stands for Ultra-High Molecular Weight Polyethylene and these 3/16" thick panels are specially designed for sliding over rocks. They can be used with the steel or aluminum skids. We strongly recommend them with our aluminum skids, which are made from 1/4" material. The aluminum skids will protect your system, but they will get scratched if you wheel them hard so the UHMW protects the aluminum and helps them to slide over the rocks instead of getting scratched up!
Posted by Mathew Lawrie on Aug 24th 2016
Just finished the Rubicon with the Jeepers Jamboree. I have a 2011 JK Sahara with the RR complete skid system. I am only lifted 2.5 inches with 33's (its my daily driver) and have side rock rails. My friends said, if you can't go big armor up. The skids saved my bacon so many times it's hard to keep count. My driver rear Rubicon Express rear sway bar link busted Cadillac Hill, but my skids were only grazed. They did not bend or cave. I was asked many times' "how did you do that"? as i slid across rocks. I had to explain just as many times about your great skid and wait while they looked at them. Great job guys! You should rename them the bacon savers.
Posted by Nick on Aug 24th 2016
Summary: Fantastic skid plates, I have the steel skids, they are heavy - but they can really take a beating all plates are still serviceable after a year of Johnson Valley, Coral Canyon, Ocotillo, Big Bear, Murrieta, and so on. You have to watch the mounting hardware after each wheeling trip, and use a customized catch to drain oil through the provided punch out
Posted by Colin Constable on Aug 24th 2016
I looked and reviewed on the web for weeks and finally decided to take a plunge with the full RROR skid system. I did find a few reviews that said they thought this system was weak, so was a bit concerned.. OK now roll forward to last weekend when I took my JK Rubi on the Dusy Ershim trail. 33 Miles of high drama (watch the youtube videos) , my RROR skids took a pounding as did my Ace rock rails.. Neither however bent of buckled although both are seriously grazed :-) Awesome job RROR crew thank you for saving my 2012 Rubi with 35's and 3.5 inch lift from a certain death on the trail.. Colin
Posted by Mark on Aug 24th 2016
Love this Skid System! Aluminum weight reduction was well worth the spend! Thanks Kenny!