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    Posted: 03 July 2008 at 1:21pm
Thers's all sorts of skid plates. This is the right one for 1948. All correct holes.
 
640689- PLATE, under frame skid
 
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I doubt anyone will see this, but this random post was actually very helpful. I just purchased my CJ-2A '48. When I got the car, it came with a ton of random parts in the back. This skid plate was one of them! Glad to know what this is, and that it belongs! 
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Originally posted by Cornhusker Cornhusker wrote:

I doubt anyone will see this, but this random post was actually very helpful. I just purchased my CJ-2A '48. When I got the car, it came with a ton of random parts in the back. This skid plate was one of the
m! Glad to know what this is, and that it belongs! 

  Welcome on board,  nothing goes unnoticed around here LOL. I see you found the search function and how handy it is.

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So glad this forum is here. 10 years later, I finally have a 1948 CJ2a and a skid plate removed, and love to have confirmation I'm doing the "right" thing. 
Got all the dirt, filth, grim, grease, small animals, rocks, pebbles and mud removed, and cleaned up. ready for more... 

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Looks great Steve. I know this thread is 6 months old, but I am wondering if there was a standard second skid plate under the starter and air breather area? I saw another member ( i think it was this forum) had a skid plate for sale that assembled more forward and on the passengers side. Are you familiar with this?

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MMine has a half  moon cut out right side of the leading edge I believe under the front prop shaft. Could be a CJ5 plate since that is what my frame is.
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Originally posted by GloucesterBoy GloucesterBoy wrote:

I saw another member ( i think it was this forum) had a skid plate for sale that assembled more forward and on the passengers side.

splash guard?
1946 CJ2A #69750 - "Plowshare"
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Originally posted by mbullism mbullism wrote:

Originally posted by GloucesterBoy GloucesterBoy wrote:

I saw another member ( i think it was this forum) had a skid plate for sale that assembled more forward and on the passengers side.


splash guard?


That is what I thought as well.
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Mark W.  

My 1946 has the half moon cut out where the front drive shaft passes over the skid plate.

My 1948 has no half moon cut out and looks like the one Westforkboyd posted in 2016.  70 years after production things can get switched out or just go missing.

Will need the Jeep historian to research the change dates for skid plates.


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Yes, thats it, Dennis. My bad. Its a splash guard, not a skid plate.


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Originally posted by GloucesterBoy GloucesterBoy wrote:

Yes, thats it, Dennis. My bad. Its a splash guard, not a skid plate.




mbullism called it, I just seconded it!
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Hey good, glad the team helped answer the question.
Mine didn't have the additional plate/guard under the starter. But good to know I may be missing something I didn't know I needed. 
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Lol, had me worried I was missing a skid plate Wink...(jk).  

FWIW, there's another splash guard available for the opposite side at the MC... 

1946 CJ2A #69750 - "Plowshare"
Bantam T3-C #15849
2016 JK unlimited (Hers)
1969 Kaiser CJ5 (sold)

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I have the heat shield for under the MC. I that what your are referencing? or, an additional  splash guard?

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Originally posted by GloucesterBoy GloucesterBoy wrote:

I have the heat shield for under the MC. ...

Potato, potahto Embarrassed (yes, heat shield LOL)... but decidedly not skid plate Smile
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My bad. Didn't see the analog reference.Wacko LOL!

As always, you guys saved me much time!!

Thank you
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HHi guys. My 48 cj2a has one but pretty crazy led up, bent and grungy. PlNni g to fab a new one, but can't tell if original al is flat or contoured, any advice?

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