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Old 09-29-2017, 04:58 PM   #1
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Can anybody identify this transfer case skid plate?

Can Anybody verify what this skid plate fits?
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Re: Can anybody identify this transfer case skid plate?

My apologies, I believe I may have deleted a couple replies on your thread accidently on my phone by mistake.

To answer your question: this is the cross member/skid plate used on the trucks with Rockwell transfer cases. This cross member/skid plate is actually mounted below the rear driveshaft carrier bearing, not the t-case. Attached is picture of one on a 1968 Chevy K20 pickup.
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Old 09-30-2017, 07:37 PM   #3
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Re: Can anybody identify this transfer case skid plate?

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My apologies, I believe I may have deleted a couple replies on your thread accidently on my phone by mistake.

To answer your question: this is the cross member/skid plate used on the trucks with Rockwell transfer cases. This cross member/skid plate is actually mounted below the rear driveshaft carrier bearing, not the t-case. Attached is picture of one on a 1968 Chevy K20 pickup.
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its looks just like my 68 k-20's shield too, but the spacers on my 68 are about 1 inch thick
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Re: Can anybody identify this transfer case skid plate?

Thank you for the information.
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