Discussion in 'General Tacoma Discussion' started by mhinson79, Feb 8, 2018.
Looking at Skid Plates for my 2001 Tacoma what Plates are our members running?
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I'm still stock on mine but if your looking I'd recommend talking to Tyler at Pelfreybilt offroad
He's an awesome guy & designs / builds pretty much the best highest quality bumpers & skids / sliders that I've seen , not the cheapest but quality usually isn't .. There's a few out there with great products as well
Relentless Fab out of Reno is good, Eric's a great guy as well...
BAMF (Bay Area Metal Fabrication) From TW site Jerry is a quality fabber as well & a great guy to work with...
Tell them doug sent you.
You’re going to get them thrown out!
Yeah. Don’t tell them that.
I bought the RCI full skids, havent installed yet
Keeping my trd oem skid plate.. I'd rather paint mine black with the inferno orange trd lettering.
Pelfreybilt ! Quality stuff
All Pro on a 2000 Tacoma. Bulletproof on the trail, and solid feel on the highway. Completely eliminates undercarriage wind turbulence at highway speeds...ie, I can go 75 without the police thinking I'm drunk. Great value for your dollar.
I doubt it completely eliminates turbulence.
Its not the point, i know.... but still.
Sigh, ok..to explain what I meant for those that thought I was implying that All Pro broke the laws of aerodynamics...not ALL turbulence is eliminated...however... it's reduced to the point that it's a non factor at highway speeds.
To me..it was so noticeable I thought it deserved recognition.
Iirc allpro was recently kicked out of vendor status on tacomaworld for some shady ****.
Just a heads up.
Tacochaco did a video i think about the fubar
Sounds like an alignment issue maybe...
It's a brick no matter what you do. There's also the rest of the undercarriage that's not covered.
I'm thinking this too or tire pressure.
Wind tunnel tested.
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