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M.O.R.E. Oil/Transmission Skid Plate (07-18 Jeep Wrangler JK)

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    Features, Video & Details

    • Oil Pan and Transmission Case Skid Plate
    • 3/16-Inch Plate Steel
    • Powder Coated Black
    • Protects Oil Pan, Transmission Case, and Parts of Exhaust System
    • Mostly Bolt-On, Some Drilling Required
    • Fits 2007-2018 Wrangler JK Models

    Review & Installation Video

    Review & Install Video

    0:00:01.140,0:00:04.290 hey what's up guys ryan here from 0:00:02.730,0:00:07.200 extreme terrain and today i'm here with 0:00:04.290,0:00:10.169 the more mor e transmission in oil pan 0:00:07.200,0:00:12.629 skid plate fitting your 2007 to 2018 0:00:10.169,0:00:14.339 Jeep Wrangler JK now this is going to be 0:00:12.629,0:00:16.080 for those of you Jeep owners that are 0:00:14.339,0:00:17.580 off-roading enthusiasts rock crawlers 0:00:16.080,0:00:19.830 and are looking for some serious 0:00:17.580,0:00:22.080 underneath protection for your rig now 0:00:19.830,0:00:24.420 this is going to fit both the 3.8 liter 0:00:22.080,0:00:25.920 and the 3.6 liter models as well as the 0:00:24.420,0:00:27.750 4 door and the two Turris or whatever 0:00:25.920,0:00:29.850 setup you have this bad boy is going to 0:00:27.750,0:00:31.650 bowl radon now as far as prices are 0:00:29.850,0:00:33.180 concerned this is coming in right around 0:00:31.650,0:00:34.740 three hundred dollars which i think is 0:00:33.180,0:00:35.730 pretty reasonable considering what 0:00:34.740,0:00:37.740 you're getting this is a very 0:00:35.730,0:00:39.510 high-quality item and you really get 0:00:37.740,0:00:41.520 what you pay for there are some cheaper 0:00:39.510,0:00:43.530 options out there on the website and 0:00:41.520,0:00:45.840 they do have some flaws whether it's 0:00:43.530,0:00:47.790 just fitment issues two-piece design so 0:00:45.840,0:00:49.290 on and so forth so overall this is a 0:00:47.790,0:00:51.210 very high quality product and it's 0:00:49.290,0:00:52.980 really gonna stand up to all the abuse 0:00:51.210,0:00:55.110 that you want to subject and put it 0:00:52.980,0:00:57.239 through now as far as install goes it's 0:00:55.110,0:00:58.920 a relatively simple install there is 0:00:57.239,0:01:00.030 some minor drilling I'm gonna give it a 0:00:58.920,0:01:01.649 one out of three wrenches on the 0:01:00.030,0:01:03.120 difficulty meter but overall you can get 0:01:01.649,0:01:04.680 this thing installed in about an hour 0:01:03.120,0:01:06.180 now if you do have the optional 0:01:04.680,0:01:07.470 transmission plate that's relatively 0:01:06.180,0:01:08.760 light duty and it's really not gonna 0:01:07.470,0:01:10.770 hold up when you're dragging your Jeep 0:01:08.760,0:01:12.390 over the rocks no skid plates or a great 0:01:10.770,0:01:14.130 upgrade and this is a great addition to 0:01:12.390,0:01:15.840 your Wrangler for a couple of reasons 0:01:14.130,0:01:17.430 this is gonna add a ton of protection 0:01:15.840,0:01:18.900 underneath where it's very vulnerable 0:01:17.430,0:01:21.479 and it's gonna give you that peace of 0:01:18.900,0:01:23.010 mind to go that extra step drive over 0:01:21.479,0:01:24.720 that extra obstacle and know that you're 0:01:23.010,0:01:26.100 not gonna ruin your entire day 0:01:24.720,0:01:28.380 now the underbelly of your Jeep is a 0:01:26.100,0:01:30.630 very susceptible area to damage you have 0:01:28.380,0:01:32.159 a ton of thin sheet metal pans under 0:01:30.630,0:01:34.020 there and if you were to come down on a 0:01:32.159,0:01:35.610 rock punch through that thing it's gonna 0:01:34.020,0:01:37.470 end your day and it's gonna ruin your 0:01:35.610,0:01:38.580 whole trip bring it to a stop this skid 0:01:37.470,0:01:39.930 plate is going to provide plenty of 0:01:38.580,0:01:42.060 protection for the engine transmission 0:01:39.930,0:01:44.189 and even that exhaust crossover 0:01:42.060,0:01:45.780 insulation is relatively simple for this 0:01:44.189,0:01:48.420 and the one thing that I like about this 0:01:45.780,0:01:49.740 is this is a frame mounted skid plate so 0:01:48.420,0:01:51.840 this is going to attach to your motor 0:01:49.740,0:01:53.400 mount frame mount brackets and it's also 0:01:51.840,0:01:55.140 going to attach to the crossover that's 0:01:53.400,0:01:56.700 going to provide full underneath 0:01:55.140,0:01:58.650 protection for anything that you may 0:01:56.700,0:02:00.180 drag yourself over one thing that I 0:01:58.650,0:02:02.009 would like to mention this is not 0:02:00.180,0:02:04.200 compatible with diesel model Jeep --ss 0:02:02.009,0:02:06.180 only works for the gassers talkin about 0:02:04.200,0:02:07.590 this skid plate this is a very nice kid 0:02:06.180,0:02:09.179 plate obviously this is a one-piece 0:02:07.590,0:02:10.860 design and that's what I really like 0:02:09.179,0:02:11.580 about this there's no real seams or 0:02:10.860,0:02:13.349 anything like that 0:02:11.580,0:02:14.350 that you're gonna get stuck on hung up 0:02:13.349,0:02:15.700 on and there's a 0:02:14.350,0:02:17.290 a couple other things that I really like 0:02:15.700,0:02:20.050 about this as well now this thing is 0:02:17.290,0:02:22.240 made from 3/16 in steel it's a one-piece 0:02:20.050,0:02:23.740 design and it's a very nice design you 0:02:22.240,0:02:25.360 have these rolled edges and you even 0:02:23.740,0:02:27.280 have these supports in here that's gonna 0:02:25.360,0:02:28.840 make this a very strong skid plate in a 0:02:27.280,0:02:30.790 very nice design this thing is gonna 0:02:28.840,0:02:31.990 stay tucked up nice and neat and it's 0:02:30.790,0:02:33.850 going to give you plenty of clearance 0:02:31.990,0:02:35.560 some of the issues with aftermarket skid 0:02:33.850,0:02:36.970 plates is going to be the width of them 0:02:35.560,0:02:38.860 they're gonna run in the drive shaft and 0:02:36.970,0:02:40.090 under that full flex and you're not 0:02:38.860,0:02:42.520 going to have this issue with this 0:02:40.090,0:02:44.020 particular skid plate now this has a 0:02:42.520,0:02:45.280 hole cut in it one of the issues with 0:02:44.020,0:02:46.810 having a skid plate under there of 0:02:45.280,0:02:48.850 course is going to be changing that oil 0:02:46.810,0:02:50.980 it has a nice hole cut in there that's 0:02:48.850,0:02:52.780 gonna allow you to access that boat in 0:02:50.980,0:02:54.430 the oil pan pull that out change your 0:02:52.780,0:02:55.960 oil you're not gonna make a huge mess 0:02:54.430,0:02:57.880 and one big thing is you're not gonna 0:02:55.960,0:02:59.560 have to take this back off to change 0:02:57.880,0:03:01.270 your oil now this whole pan is gonna 0:02:59.560,0:03:02.440 stay very nice and tight tucked up there 0:03:01.270,0:03:04.090 in there but it's still going to give 0:03:02.440,0:03:05.980 you plenty of clearance your exhaust 0:03:04.090,0:03:08.080 crossover is gonna be right about here 0:03:05.980,0:03:10.150 and one of the things is collecting crap 0:03:08.080,0:03:12.040 on top of this when you're out there on 0:03:10.150,0:03:13.510 the trails now this has some very nice 0:03:12.040,0:03:15.460 drain holes so anything that you may 0:03:13.510,0:03:16.900 slash up in here that's just gonna drain 0:03:15.460,0:03:18.850 back out it's also gonna give you a very 0:03:16.900,0:03:20.440 nice point where you can wash this thing 0:03:18.850,0:03:22.120 out that way that crossover tube isn't 0:03:20.440,0:03:24.490 gonna catch anything you get caught up 0:03:22.120,0:03:26.620 here on fire this pan is a completely 0:03:24.490,0:03:28.450 botan kit it comes with everything brand 0:03:26.620,0:03:30.130 new it comes with brackets it even fits 0:03:28.450,0:03:32.230 around the transfer case skid plate and 0:03:30.130,0:03:33.640 the whole thing is coated in a textured 0:03:32.230,0:03:35.020 black powder coating and of course 0:03:33.640,0:03:36.280 that's just going to add to the rugged 0:03:35.020,0:03:37.660 good looks of it it's also going to 0:03:36.280,0:03:39.400 protect your investment from the 0:03:37.660,0:03:40.930 elements providing a little bit of extra 0:03:39.400,0:03:42.730 corrosion protection when you're 0:03:40.930,0:03:43.870 dragging this thing on the rocks so with 0:03:42.730,0:03:45.040 that being said let's show you how to 0:03:43.870,0:03:46.750 get this installed and what it looks 0:03:45.040,0:03:50.440 like on the Jeep tools we use for this 0:03:46.750,0:03:53.440 install pry bar safety glasses safety 0:03:50.440,0:03:57.700 gloves 19 millimeter socket 18 0:03:53.440,0:04:00.580 millimeter socket 5/16 Allen 3/8 Drive 0:03:57.700,0:04:03.310 impact 3/8 drive extension 3/8 drive 0:04:00.580,0:04:05.080 ratchet 18 millimeter wrench 19 0:04:03.310,0:04:07.150 millimeter wrench other tools that 0:04:05.080,0:04:08.590 you'll need a torque wrench alright guys 0:04:07.150,0:04:10.060 so the first thing you need to do if you 0:04:08.590,0:04:11.230 do have that optional skid plate you 0:04:10.060,0:04:13.060 need to take that off we're just going 0:04:11.230,0:04:14.170 to jump right into the install first 0:04:13.060,0:04:15.640 thing we're gonna do we're gonna start 0:04:14.170,0:04:17.530 loosen up some bolts so we can get our 0:04:15.640,0:04:18.970 brackets on now over here on the 0:04:17.530,0:04:21.280 driver's side we're gonna have to loosen 0:04:18.970,0:04:23.110 up this long shish-kabob bolt for our 0:04:21.280,0:04:25.210 motor mount so you're gonna take an 18 0:04:23.110,0:04:26.680 millimeter wrench 18 millimeter socket 0:04:25.210,0:04:27.730 so we're gonna back that nut off just a 0:04:26.680,0:04:31.600 little bit now 0:04:27.730,0:04:34.660 we can slide our bracket underneath so 0:04:31.600,0:04:36.220 it would be a good idea to spray these 0:04:34.660,0:04:43.120 threads with just a little bit of rust 0:04:36.220,0:04:44.620 busting lubricant you should take a dead 0:04:43.120,0:04:48.730 blow hammer that's just gonna be a 0:04:44.620,0:04:50.350 mallet like this slide that bolt back a 0:04:48.730,0:04:51.880 little bit if you use a regular hammer I 0:04:50.350,0:04:53.680 would back the nut all the way off so 0:04:51.880,0:04:55.300 it's flush with the threads that way you 0:04:53.680,0:04:58.600 don't mess up the end of the bolt the 0:04:55.300,0:05:00.160 brackets are pretty thick so we want 0:04:58.600,0:05:02.440 that bolt sticking out about a quarter 0:05:00.160,0:05:03.790 of an inch all right so now that we have 0:05:02.440,0:05:04.750 that sticking out next thing we're going 0:05:03.790,0:05:06.580 to do we're actually going to drop a 0:05:04.750,0:05:08.050 bolt through this hole right here so I'm 0:05:06.580,0:05:10.150 gonna go grab some of that hardware and 0:05:08.050,0:05:12.460 then we'll do that alright so we're 0:05:10.150,0:05:13.570 gonna take the 1/2 inch by 1 inch bolt 0:05:12.460,0:05:15.520 that they give us this is gonna be the 0:05:13.570,0:05:17.590 shortest bolt you get just a standard 0:05:15.520,0:05:19.270 hex head you're gonna get a you're gonna 0:05:17.590,0:05:20.680 put a flat washer on there and what we 0:05:19.270,0:05:22.740 need to do we need to drop it into that 0:05:20.680,0:05:22.740 hole 0:05:24.970,0:05:28.760 all right so next you gonna take your 0:05:26.930,0:05:29.990 bracket now these you want to face them 0:05:28.760,0:05:31.790 towards the inside of the vehicle 0:05:29.990,0:05:34.750 obviously they're only gonna go on one 0:05:31.790,0:05:36.860 way so you got a 50/50 percent chance 0:05:34.750,0:05:41.360 what we want to do it we want to slide 0:05:36.860,0:05:43.490 it up on top of that so you want it 0:05:41.360,0:05:46.190 inside of the washer on that shish-kabob 0:05:43.490,0:05:48.470 bolt and then we want that other bolt to 0:05:46.190,0:05:51.320 drop through after that we're gonna put 0:05:48.470,0:05:53.960 a flat washer on there so we're gonna do 0:05:51.320,0:05:58.430 another flat washer then we're gonna do 0:05:53.960,0:05:59.690 a net just like that now we're gonna 0:05:58.430,0:06:01.280 leave that loose and we'll go get the 0:05:59.690,0:06:02.660 other side installed so we're gonna do 0:06:01.280,0:06:04.040 the same thing on the other side this 0:06:02.660,0:06:05.510 bolt is gonna be facing the opposite way 0:06:04.040,0:06:07.160 so all I have to do is loosen up that 0:06:05.510,0:06:10.180 nut back it off a little bit and we'll 0:06:07.160,0:06:10.180 drop out other bolt through 0:06:30.720,0:06:34.380 alright guys so for the passenger-side 0:06:32.850,0:06:36.180 what you want to do is just take a pry 0:06:34.380,0:06:37.920 bar and just go in between the actual 0:06:36.180,0:06:39.450 bracket and the motor mount just have 0:06:37.920,0:06:40.650 someone push on it a little bit and 0:06:39.450,0:06:42.390 that's gonna allow you to get that bolt 0:06:40.650,0:06:44.430 in after that we're gonna hang the 0:06:42.390,0:06:46.380 bracket slide it underneath drop that 0:06:44.430,0:06:48.840 bolt down through and then same thing 0:06:46.380,0:06:52.970 we're gonna do a flat washer and then 0:06:48.840,0:06:52.970 we're gonna do one of the provided nuts 0:06:57.270,0:07:00.300 alright guys so next we're gonna do 0:06:58.800,0:07:01.500 we're gonna install a skid plate this is 0:07:00.300,0:07:03.120 pretty heavy so I'm actually gonna get a 0:07:01.500,0:07:05.849 friend to help me hold this up while I 0:07:03.120,0:07:07.349 get this first bolt started so the first 0:07:05.849,0:07:08.910 hole we're gonna start with is right 0:07:07.349,0:07:10.319 here in this crossmember you're gonna 0:07:08.910,0:07:11.490 take the longest bolt that they give you 0:07:10.319,0:07:13.500 in the kit and you're gonna use this 0:07:11.490,0:07:16.080 little skid washer right here so we're 0:07:13.500,0:07:20.190 just gonna get that started in this pre 0:07:16.080,0:07:23.150 threaded hole once you get it started 0:07:20.190,0:07:25.169 you can take a three-quarter inch socket 0:07:23.150,0:07:26.310 alright so then we're gonna go back up 0:07:25.169,0:07:27.930 to the front we want to get these 0:07:26.310,0:07:30.150 brackets situated that way it holds the 0:07:27.930,0:07:31.620 front of the skid plate so you're gonna 0:07:30.150,0:07:33.419 use the carriage bolts that they give 0:07:31.620,0:07:35.490 you these are going to go through the 0:07:33.419,0:07:39.120 inside out because that's where the 0:07:35.490,0:07:41.880 square is on the outside we're gonna do 0:07:39.120,0:07:42.720 a flat washer and then we'll do another 0:07:41.880,0:07:44.550 nut 0:07:42.720,0:07:46.770 we're gonna leave those loose we'll get 0:07:44.550,0:07:47.819 the other side installed so the same 0:07:46.770,0:07:49.470 thing goes for the other side we're 0:07:47.819,0:07:50.880 gonna use that carriage bolt you just 0:07:49.470,0:07:53.580 want to drop it through line up the 0:07:50.880,0:07:57.419 square head with the square hole flat 0:07:53.580,0:07:58.979 washer and then a nut and now that's 0:07:57.419,0:08:00.120 pretty much gonna set the front in place 0:07:58.979,0:08:01.740 so what we're actually gonna do we're 0:08:00.120,0:08:03.570 gonna go to the back and we're gonna 0:08:01.740,0:08:04.889 drill some holes so going back to the 0:08:03.570,0:08:07.050 backside of the skid plate we're gonna 0:08:04.889,0:08:08.789 have two bolt holes left in the skid 0:08:07.050,0:08:10.349 plate this one over here on the driver 0:08:08.789,0:08:12.330 side we actually have a hole in this 0:08:10.349,0:08:13.710 crossmember here if you don't have that 0:08:12.330,0:08:15.599 hole you'll need to drill with a 1/2 0:08:13.710,0:08:17.580 inch drill bit we're gonna take the last 0:08:15.599,0:08:19.349 two button head bolts that we have that 0:08:17.580,0:08:20.789 are allen keys we're gonna put a flat 0:08:19.349,0:08:22.440 washer on those they're gonna go up 0:08:20.789,0:08:24.509 through the bottom inside we're gonna do 0:08:22.440,0:08:28.919 another flat washer and then we're gonna 0:08:24.509,0:08:30.090 do a nut so we got that one in what 0:08:28.919,0:08:31.860 we're going to do we're just gonna mark 0:08:30.090,0:08:33.390 and drill the other hole so on the 0:08:31.860,0:08:35.219 passenger side we need to drill through 0:08:33.390,0:08:36.719 here and through the frame rail so we 0:08:35.219,0:08:37.740 have a 1/2 inch drill bit a drill of 0:08:36.719,0:08:39.450 course you want to put your safety 0:08:37.740,0:08:40.680 gloves on and your safety glasses last 0:08:39.450,0:08:42.450 thing you want to do is get metal in 0:08:40.680,0:08:43.829 your eye we're just going to go up 0:08:42.450,0:08:45.950 through this hole and just drill all the 0:08:43.829,0:08:45.950 way through 0:08:51.590,0:08:56.460 [Applause] 0:08:58.879,0:09:03.059 and you want to get all the metal 0:09:00.629,0:09:04.230 shavings off you clean yourself off then 0:09:03.059,0:09:06.239 we'll put the rest of the hardware in 0:09:04.230,0:09:07.739 alright so after you drill that hole of 0:09:06.239,0:09:09.569 course you want to paint that fairmeadow 0:09:07.739,0:09:11.129 so you can just spray it with some spray 0:09:09.569,0:09:12.869 paint or you can just get a brush up in 0:09:11.129,0:09:14.549 there and kind of brush it after that 0:09:12.869,0:09:16.649 same thing we're gonna use that button 0:09:14.549,0:09:19.730 head bolt flat washer on it it's gonna 0:09:16.649,0:09:19.730 go up through that hole 0:09:34.950,0:09:38.430 so now that we have this whole thing 0:09:36.510,0:09:40.380 installed we're gonna go and tighten 0:09:38.430,0:09:41.790 everything up we're gonna start up here 0:09:40.380,0:09:43.260 at the front motor mount so we're gonna 0:09:41.790,0:09:45.180 tighten up the bolts that hold this 0:09:43.260,0:09:46.920 bracket in place so to make sure that 0:09:45.180,0:09:48.750 this bracket is flush with this other 0:09:46.920,0:09:50.760 bracket there's no gap in there we're 0:09:48.750,0:09:53.459 gonna tighten up that motor mount bolt 0:09:50.760,0:09:55.920 first so we use an 18 millimeter socket 0:09:53.459,0:10:03.839 on one side and that wrench on the other 0:09:55.920,0:10:04.740 side and we'll tighten that up so once 0:10:03.839,0:10:06.660 you get that bolt tight we're gonna 0:10:04.740,0:10:07.769 torque it to 45 foot-pounds and then 0:10:06.660,0:10:09.540 we're gonna tighten up this other bolt 0:10:07.769,0:10:11.670 now to tighten up this new bolt you'll 0:10:09.540,0:10:19.050 need a 19 millimeter wrench and a 19 0:10:11.670,0:10:20.010 millimeter socket and then after that 0:10:19.050,0:10:31.470 we'll do the same thing on the other 0:10:20.010,0:10:33.269 side all right so next we're going to 0:10:31.470,0:10:35.399 tighten up where the skid plate attaches 0:10:33.269,0:10:37.110 to these brackets so you're not gonna 0:10:35.399,0:10:38.190 need a tool to hold the inside because 0:10:37.110,0:10:40.260 it's a carriage bolt it's gonna hold 0:10:38.190,0:10:46.260 itself so we'll just use a 19 millimeter 0:10:40.260,0:10:47.640 socket to tighten up the outside and 0:10:46.260,0:10:51.240 make sure that you press the skid plate 0:10:47.640,0:10:54.290 up get it in position come over the 0:10:51.240,0:10:54.290 other side do that same thing 0:10:56.330,0:10:59.640 so we're gonna go to the back we're 0:10:58.140,0:11:00.810 gonna tighten up those last three bolts 0:10:59.640,0:11:01.260 where you're going to start in the 0:11:00.810,0:11:03.360 middle 0:11:01.260,0:11:05.250 tighten it up that one with the skid 0:11:03.360,0:11:11.370 washer now you can use a 19 millimeter 0:11:05.250,0:11:12.930 3/4 whatever you have after that we're 0:11:11.370,0:11:17.010 gonna switch bits we're gonna go over to 0:11:12.930,0:11:18.600 a 5/16 Allen we're gonna grab 19 0:11:17.010,0:11:38.280 millimeter wrench again we're gonna 0:11:18.600,0:11:41.780 tighten up these two end bolts all we 0:11:38.280,0:11:41.780 got to do is tighten up this last one 0:11:47.910,0:11:51.280 alright guys so now that we have this 0:11:49.750,0:11:52.630 thing fully tightened up that is going 0:11:51.280,0:11:54.280 to wrap it up for the review and install 0:11:52.630,0:11:55.450 there is one last thing that I would 0:11:54.280,0:11:57.040 like to mention this thing comes 0:11:55.450,0:11:58.510 powder-coated but when you go out there 0:11:57.040,0:12:00.220 on the trails if you scratch some of 0:11:58.510,0:12:01.810 that powder coating off just paint it 0:12:00.220,0:12:03.700 you can get a can of rust-oleum black 0:12:01.810,0:12:05.140 rust-oleum it's very cheap all you want 0:12:03.700,0:12:06.640 to do is just cover up those bare metal 0:12:05.140,0:12:08.530 spots keep this thing from rusting 0:12:06.640,0:12:10.270 however like I said this is gonna wrap 0:12:08.530,0:12:11.650 it up for the review and install for 0:12:10.270,0:12:13.700 more videos and products like this keep 0:12:11.650,0:12:19.620 it right here at extremeterrain.com 0:12:13.700,0:12:21.680 [Music] 0:12:19.620,0:12:21.680 you

    Construction. M.O.R.E. offers under carriage protection for manual transmission JK's without a transmission skid plate. It also equips your automatic transmission JK with a more durable skid plate than provided from the factory. The black powder coated 3/16 an inch thick steel plate protects the under carriage of your Wrangler while you tackle the off-road!

    Protection. M.O.R.E.'s skid plate protects your transmission, oil pan, and exposed exhaust cross over tube from unforgiving off-road obstacles, preventing costly damage.

    Installation. This Oil pan/transmission case skid plate is designed to bolt to where the factory automatic transmission skid plate would be. It also uses motor mount brackets that bolt to the motor mounts to secure skid plate to the Jeep's undercarriage.

    Application. This M.O.R.E. Oil/Transmission Skid Plate is designed to fit on the 2007-2018 Wrangler JK models.

    Please Note. This Skid Plate is

    not compatible on models equipped with a diesel engine.

    Fitment: 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 Details

    MPN# JKOPSP

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    What's in the Box
    • (1) Oil Pan/Transmission Skid Plate
    • (1) Driver Side Bracket
    • (1) Passenger Side Bracket
    • (3) 1/2 x 1-1/2 Bolts
    • (1) 1/2 x 1-1/4 Bolt
    • (2) 1/2 x 1-1/4 Carriage Bolt
    • (6) 1/2 Lock Nuts
    • (11) 1/2 Flat Washers
    • (1) 12 mm x 1.5 x 45mm Bolt
    Installation Info
    Tech Specs
    Will it fit my Wrangler?
    • JK Rubicon 2 Door - 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18
    • JK Rubicon 4 Door - 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18
    • JK Wrangler 2 Door - 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18
    • JK Wrangler 4 Door - 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18

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        Questions & Answers (11)

        5 Top Rated Questions

        Do I need to the Entire skid plate to do oil changes.

        • The M.O.R.E. Oil/Transmission Skid Plate features a hole so you can drain your oil without removing the whole skid plate.

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        Is this skip plate compatible with an automatic transmission on a Rubicon? There is conflicting info about "all 2007-2016 Jeeps" and a mention of compatibility with manual transmissions only.

        • The M.O.R.E. Oil/Transmission Skid Plate works with both manual and automatic transmissions.

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        Are the bolts that go next to the engine mounts susceptible to breaking as the engine still moves on the bushings of the mounts? Ever get a broken bolt from that after wheeling hard?

        • There have been no reported issues with any of the bolts breaking on the M.O.R.E. Oil/Transmission Skid Plate due to engine movement or from hard off-roading.

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        Does this work with exhaust spacers ?

        • This item should work with exhaust spacers but may require some trimming.

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        Do you have one for a 2019 2-door Rubicon ?

        • We currently do not offer this Oil/Transmission Skid Plate for the 2019 JLs. We would suggest keeping an eye on our "new products" page to see when we add one for the JLs!

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        6 More Questions
        Does this protect the engine at all? The skid plates your website sells either covers engine, trans, and exhaust or oil pan and trans. 1 answer
        Can I get the torque setting for the two front top engine mouning bolts, that we loosen to install the drop mounting brackets? Thanks 1 answer
        does this fit the 2017 Recon. Note: the Recon has different front drive line and cross member set up from the Rubicon. Thanks 1 answer
        Does the installation require the removal of the factory Transfercase skid plate? 1 answer
        Is this available in red? 1 answer
        How much does this skid plate weigh? 1 answer

          Customer Reviews (95) Write a Review

          Overall Rating 4.6

          out of 5 stars

          Installation Time:Afternoon

          Installation Cost:0-$100

          • Protection 4.858696 4.9
          • Fit 4.456522 4.5
          • Appearance 4.858696 4.9
          • Bang For Your Buck 4.597826 4.6



          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Afternoon

            July 27, 2019

            Real Nice

            I really like this skid plate. It allows access to oil plug while completely protecting the under side of the engine. If I need access, I can simply remove 5 bolts and I have full accessibility to transmission and engine

            JeepOwnerAgain

            Year: 2015Submodel: Rubicon

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          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Afternoon

            July 26, 2019

            Overall quality product

            Overall the product is of really good quality, instructions were a little complicated so it took some extra time to install.

            MathisS

            Year: 2016Submodel: Rubicon

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          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Afternoon

            July 14, 2019

            Very tough

            I would recommend a friend and a lift to install this. You can do it on Jack stands but it will take some time (took me 4 hours). The bolts on the engine mounts (especially driver side) are a pain in the @$$ because of the tight space so 1/4 turn at a time. This thing is heavy (not a complaint) but you will need help holding it in place. This thing fits great and it works very good to protect. I used them on an offroad course where I high centered my 2016 Rubicon and had to use the skid plates as a sled while winching my jeep up a climb. These never bent or got hung up. Great product for the money.

            Mikey Vee

            Year: 2016Submodel: Rubicon

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          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Afternoon

            July 10, 2019

            Quality product

            Installation was fairly straight forward using printed directions and figures. Installation for me was also easier because my Jeep has lift and larger tires. I omitted the button head bolts and replaced them with grade 8 bolts/lock-nuts/washers from hardware store. A lot of research went into this product; nicely done by M.O.R.E.

            GMichelsen

            Year: 2017Submodel: Rubicon

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          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Afternoon

            July 01, 2019

            Good Product

            Did a one person install with no power tools. It took around 3.5 hours mostly due to seven year old motor mount bolts. Make sure to soak older bolts prior to attempting to loosen them, it will save a lot of time and cussin' as space is limited in there. Plate was delivered with all the necessary parts, as was mentioned before use the utube video for installing directions NOT the included paper directions. Fit was spot on, this is a heavy duty plate that inspires confidence. I highly recommend this skip plate. If you are old like me, you will be a little sore the next day but well worth it.

            JohnF

            Year: 2012Submodel: Wrangler

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          • 4/5

            Installation Time: Afternoon

            June 24, 2019

            Great item just in time

            I got this for a trip up to Sourgrass knowing that I might be hitting in a few places. I looked when I got back and it had some serious scrapping and saved my cross member from the abuse. So glad it was there to help my slide over rocks. Install was a pain getting to the engine mount bolts and some of the ones in the kit were to long to go in the way the instructions state but will go in from the other side fine. Overall only a couple hours and a soar neck the next day to get it done.

            MikeMitchell

            Year: 2012Submodel: Wrangler

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          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Afternoon

            June 17, 2019

            MORE skids

            they are good and give you peace of mind.. they cover the oil pan and transmission pan.. cant go wrong with the kit..

            Justinv

            Year: 2016Submodel: Rubicon

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          • 5/5

            June 07, 2019

            Nice product

            Step one: throw away the instructions. Step two: watch the you tube video. Note: don't tighten any bolts until the very end. The plate will need the play to get it all together. Once all bolts are in and tightened the strength is amazing. Also, have some spacer washers ready- I needed some at the cross over member to allow a little clearance to the exhaust. I am not looking forward to the first oil change but hopefully it goes well.

            RandyB

            Year: 2016Submodel: Rubicon

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          • 5/5

            June 02, 2019

            Engine transmission skid

            Awesome product - perfect fit - easy install in just over 2hours - definitely recommend.

            DAB

            Year: 2016Submodel: Rubicon

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          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            May 20, 2019

            feel safer on the trails

            I had the more skid plate installed professionally. It took my mechanic less then a hour. the mechanic stated that was the best skid plate he seen. Be hitting the trails in july.. Heading to Black bear pass and other trails in colorado. fell safer now withe the M.O.R.E skid plate with a stock 2017 jeep wrangler sport. also had rock slider installed. im good for moderate trails.. see you all on the trails ... Mr John

            John

            Year: 2017Submodel: Wrangler

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          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Afternoon

            May 12, 2019

            Great product and fit except for exhaust spacers

            This skid is awesome. Works very well on stock setup. Like others have mentioned, I installed exhaust spacers with my recent lift, and I'm getting rattle and hum through the floorboard and pedal with exhaust touching the skid. Spacers originally worked, but because the edge was not making full contact to the crossmember, sliding over rocks actually dented the crossmember at the bolt under the exhaust. I'll need to crowbar the crossmember down and add more spacers, and longer bolts. I'd like to find a bar I can drill through to install between skid and crossmember to have it touching all the way across. Installation was fairly easy, taking a couple hours.

            GaryC

            Year: 2017Submodel: Wrangler

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          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            May 11, 2019

            MORE skidplate.

            Great product, easy to install. Only issue I have is exhaust. I have spacers in my exhaust and it rattles against the plate when taking off. I added 3 large washers and no luck. Im wrapping the exhaust to fix the rattle.

            JakeT

            Year: 2018Submodel: Wrangler

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          • 5/5

            May 09, 2019

            MORE Skid Plates

            Great product, as advertised, fit up nicely and was an easy one person install. Took a beating at Moab recently and did just what I wanted it to do.

            Randy

            Year: 2017Submodel: Wrangler

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          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            April 30, 2019

            Great so far

            I installed it. Went on easy looks good. Haven’t gone off road with it yet so hope it does it job.

            TB

            Year: 2010Submodel: Wrangler

            Helpful (0)

          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Afternoon

            April 18, 2019

            M.O.R.E. Oil/Transmission Skid Plate

            This skid plate its awesome looking, very well fabricated, heavy duty to withstand extreme off roading and easy to install. Comes with all the hardware needed and included is a bolt head protector which is a plus. If you have exhaust spacers you might most likely need to install washers to clear the exhaust pipe from hitting which I had to do (no biggie) other than that installation was pretty straight forward (one hole needs to be drilled for additional bolt) bolt on brackets to motor mounts (tight squeeze) then bolt brackets to skid plate and tighten all bolts and you are ready for the trail. Its a good piece of mind that you have protection to the engine cover, lines and transmission which is a must to avoid getting stranded and unnecessary expenses better get it now than be sorry later.

            Sgtstorm1

            Year: 2013Submodel: Rubicon

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          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            April 16, 2019

            Must Buy

            I like this skid plate because it covers everything and is easy to mount.

            JKU6

            Year: 2017Submodel: Wrangler

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          • 4/5

            April 15, 2019

            Solid

            This was not too difficult to install. It took an afternoon in my garage. Once installed, it seems very sturdy and likely to take a lot of abuse. After 4 years without a skid plate or lift and on 29" tires, I have become adept at NOT hitting my oil pan, so I have not scraped it on rocks yet. I did change my oil with this skid plate in place. I did not have any of the frustrations that one reviewer gave this negative marks for. The lip that is designed to catch the flow of oil and direct it into your can, worked like it is supposed to. I had a few drops that ran down the outside, which was easy to clean up. I'm satisfied. Am I really supposed to rate the appearance??? It looks like a skid plate if you happen to crawl under my Jeep.

            ChadW

            Year: 2015Submodel: Rubicon

            Helpful (1)

          • 4/5

            Installation Time: Afternoon

            April 11, 2019

            Strong

            Very stout slid plate. Easy enough to install. Awkward locations of bolts. A ratcheting box end wrench will help. Had to cut, bring, and spray paint the corner of the plate to clear the exhaust.

            Will

            Year: 2014Submodel: Rubicon

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          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Afternoon

            April 06, 2019

            Worth every penny!!!

            The craftsmanship and quality are excellent! So much protection I’ve been looking for, and the oil hole is a perfect size to easily access your oil plug. The hardware is great, everything came packaged with zero damages or missing parts. If you support your engine mount taking the load off with a jack and a 2x4, you can push that bolt out with your finger. I highly recommend and spend that extra few dollars. I feel better knowing my entire oil sump and Xmsn are protected.

            Hyperghost

            Year: 2017Submodel: Rubicon

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          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Afternoon

            March 18, 2019

            Great protection

            A bit difficult to install but I knew that going in, but happy with it in the latest nag run.

            DanielC

            Year: 2012Submodel: Wrangler

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