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- Provides wide coverage to help protect the transmission, transfer case, and exhaust (including catalytic converter) on your 2010+ Toyota 4Runner.
- Desgined to work with C4 Front Skid Plates and the TRD Integration Skid Plate.
- Constructed from 3/16 inch CNC cut steel.
- Oil drain and filter covers allow easy access.
- Designed and fabricated right here in the U.S.A.
C4 Fabrication has a long running reputation of quality products for extreme conditions. Their Rear Skid Plates for the 2010+ Toyota 4Runner live up to that reputation. Proudly fabricated right here in the U.S.A, C4 has not left any stone unturned.
Built with strength, durability, and coverage in mind, the C4 2010+ 4Runner Rear Skid Plates are constructed from CNC cut 3/16 inch steel. Please note that these Skid Plates ship bare steel. It is recommended that you either paint or powdercoat the Skid Plates immediately upon receiving them to ensure maximum rust and corrosion resistance.
The C4 Rear Skid Plates for the (2010+) Toyota 4Runner come with a unique bolt-in cross member for maximum strength. These Skid Plates also features a completely bolt-on design.
Truck Brigade is the leading source for all C4 Fabrication products including these Rear Skid Plates for the 2010+ Toyota 4Runner. If you have any questions, please reach out to our U.S. based support team.
Please note: This item does have a 14-day cancellation window from the time the order is placed and may incur a 5% cancellation fee. If cancelled after this time frame you may incur a 20% restock fee. It is important that if a change needs to be made it is done so as soon as possible once the order is placed.
- Material: 3/16 inch CNC cut steel.
- Finish: Bare material.
- Weight: 74 lbs.
The installation of these C4 Fab Rear Skid Plates for the 2010+ Toyota 4Runner do take time and general automotive experience is beneficial. These Skid Plates are completely bolt-on. It is estimated that the full installation time is upwards of a couple hours. Having a second person is very helpful and if you do not feel comfortable doing this, we suggest finding a local shop to complete the install.