You may have seen some debate about whether your truck needs a skid plate. Whether you do or not depends on how you plan to use your truck. While a skid plate isn’t super useful for truck that stays on asphalt, any lifted truck that you plan to take off-road absolutely should have one. The type of skid plate you need depends on many factors, like approach angle, ground clearance, lift height, lift type, and more. If you want someone to take all the guess work out of choosing and installing a skid plate for your lifted truck, we have the solution. Here at Trucks Only Lifted, our expert mechanics can get those skid plates on your truck for your off-road adventures.
We’re happy to announce that Trucks Only Lifted now accepts Snap Finance and Synchrony Bank financing options! Snap Finance is perfect for smaller projects, unexpected repairs, and tune-ups. Synchrony Bank lets you do the big stuff, like truck overhauls, without having to drop thousands of dollars upfront. Whatever you need the financing for, Trucks Only Lifted, along with Snap Finance and Synchrony Bank, can help.
Depending on how high your truck is lifted, what kind of lift has been installed, and the general undercarriage layout, the shape, size, and thickness of your skid plate will vary. Similarly, different skid plates are installed in different ways, sometimes involving custom installations. If you want to make sure you have the right skid plate and its installed properly from the get-go, let us help.
Here at Trucks Only Lifted, lifted trucks are our thing. We buy and sell them, but we also customize them. Our expert mechanics have lots of experience with lifted trucks, plus all the specialized tools to do the job quickly and correctly. So, whether you want custom work done or just don’t have time to change your oil, give Trucks Only Lifted a call.