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Skid plates???

So i really like ricochet a arm plates but i like prm body plate You guys think the 2 different brands will fit together?
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Shouldn't be a problem, the areas really don't contact each other. I have the DG fat series A-Arm guards front and rear, and the Pro Armour Skid plate for chassis and rear end.





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wow that looks good also, i think i like the idea of the prm skid being all one piece, any thoughts on that?
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I got a PRM last week for father's day. Very nice plate. Got it mounted and seems to be a small gap between the frame and the plate under the motor where I seem to be getting a crazy vibration. Will take off this week and try cutting rubber tube in half and rap around frame bottom. Any other ideas to eliminate vibration. Its driving me crazy.
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My Pro Armor came with foam tape. Not much of a gap between plate and frame, but just place the foam tape where contact is. How big is your gap? Maybe try to contact PRM and see what there thoughts are. I know my front A-arm guards didn't fit quite so tight. So a buddy said he could grind down the stud, and then they would be tight. Instead I used a few short pieces of heater hose, cause it's reinforced. One day I may take them off and let him machine them.

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Thanks for the idea. foam tape sounds pretty easy
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