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Old 12-31-2013, 10:27 AM
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Hello,
I had a 2011 ram 1500 Quad Cab and traded it in a few years ago and I missed having it. The other day I picked up another 2011 Dodge Ram 1500, but it is a Crew Cab Sport Model. On my previous ram I installed the factory Mopar skid plates: Part number 68089777AB skids and 52022046AG for the cross member. As I was getting ready to order these again, since I sold my other ones on here before I traded my truck...lol...I stumbles across part numbers 82210021 and 82210014. These skid plates appear to be a little more heavy duty that the factory skids, but I can't really tell too much from the pictures that I have seen. Also, would I need to have a cross member for these skid plates? Any help is greatly appreciated.
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Here is a link to the skid plates that I am talking about. You can see the front skid, as well as the one over the transfer case. Has anyone used these, or does everyone just go with the stock skids?

http://moparonlineparts.com/1500-ski...se-p-2508.html
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That's a great price. I'm gonna have to look into getting those.
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