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Thread: Front bumper getting scraped up? - How about skid plates?

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    Default Front bumper getting scraped up? - How about skid plates?

    Hello Folks,

    We all know the 355 is pretty low to the ground and when going up or down an incline, the front bumper can and often scrape. The factory had designed the bumper with built in Skid Plates, but who wants their bumpers destroyed?

    Sticky RX is pleased to release our Skid Plate assemblies.

    The Skid Plates are made from engineering plastic that provides excellent wear properties with a nice tapered edge all around the profile. The backing plates are stainless steel for anti-corrosion purposes. The mounting hardware is also stainless steel with nylon insert lock nuts.

    The profile of the Skid Plates match the profile of the factory bumper skid plate outline, and these are only 1/4" in height.

    These are, as always, laser etched (not seen when installed) for identification. These come as a kit of both LH and RH Skid Plates, backing plates and all mounting hardware.

    Best of all, these are at a great price

    These can be seen and purchased on our online store and remember, use CS10 for 10% off all online orders.

    Thanks for checking these out

    https://store.stickyrxrs.com/product...s-front-bumper
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Rocks
    Best of all, these are at a great price

    These can be seen and purchased on our online store and remember, use CS10 for 10% off all online orders.

    Thanks for checking these out

    https://store.stickyrxrs.com/product...s-front-bumper
    Very nice but don't forget to allow 15 for customs charges.

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    Quote Originally Posted by geoffpfc View Post

    Very nice but don't forget to allow 15 for customs charges.
    But, they are still a great price and value with that duty

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    dont suppose they would fit a 430?

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    Quote Originally Posted by birdseye View Post
    dont suppose they would fit a 430?
    They do not - these are specific for 355 only. We will be offer others in the future.

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    As we are becoming accustomed to, those look great quality, Dave

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nosevi View Post
    As we are becoming accustomed to, those look great quality, Dave
    Thank you, my friend

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