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Please help me identify these skid plates, and if you want, buy them from me as well. I got these as extra parts when I bought a '94 Trooper last year. These do not fit onto my '99 Trooper. I can see where they go, but they are all about an inch short in some dimension or another to fit on my vehicle. Are these first gen skid plates? Rodeo skid plates? I can take measurements to help identify. Let me know what you think.

The one on the right is the transfer case skid plate, but it doesn't fit on my '98+ Trooper.


Another angle.


Here is that transfer case plate with my plate underneath. You can see that mine is larger.


And here they are side by side.
 

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Day time bump. Anyone have an idea? I want these out of my garage. I want to get them identified before I scrap them. If they are desirable to anyone, I'd much rather pass them on to someone who wants them.
 

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Nothing on this? I just want to make sure these aren't difficult to get a hold of before I scrap them.
 

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Left is the transfer case skid plate.
center is the bell housing and exhaust y pipe skid plate
the right is the transmission skid plate.

these plate will fit a 1992 to 1999(?) Trooper.
 

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Shawn Anthony said:
Left is the transfer case skid plate.
center is the bell housing and exhaust y pipe skid plate
the right is the transmission skid plate.

these plate will fit a 1992 to 1999(?) Trooper.
I have a 99 Trooper and they don't fit. I can see where they go, but the bolt holes are just short in one dimension or another. Could they be for a Rodeo frame?

I'm working under the vehicle again this week so I'll try them again.
 
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