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So,in getting our p38 on the road, we realized we had a brand new safety devices fuel tank skidplate (or we think it is). Problem is we have no idea how it is installed, it came with the rig but wasnt installed then and has no hardware or instructions. Does anyone have one installed, or have pics etc that we could reference?

Many thanks!!

Nate
 

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Can't help but if you post pics might be able to. Might be interested in buying it if you aren't going to wheel your P38.
 

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I will post pics when i am back at the rig, it is currently 4 hrs away from me, waiting on a fuel pump repair, and a brake line repair :(

May be interested in selling, not sure at this moment

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Skid plates are a good idea even if you don’t off-road.
Driving to Louisiana Monday, I almost hit a diesel particulate filter from a big rig just laying there in my lane. I was in my L322. Could have torn up all kinds of s**t.


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Oh, i agree. there is a reason I have a 3/16 alum plate under my subaru... after i hit a downed tree in the middle of the road (rainstorm, literally didn't see it till i was on top of it) and took my oil pan out... I'm all for protection

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