MONTERO Gen3 - Transfer Case Skid Plate

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Product Overview


Year Model Generation Engine
2001-2006 Montero Gen3 3.5L V6, 3.8L V6


Location Material Thickness Coating Weight (lbs) Quantity Per Vehicle
Transfer Case Steel 3mm Silver Zinc Plated 17 1


Keep the expedition going in four wheel drive with the only piece of armor for the Gen3's transfer case available in the USA!
No drilling, cutting, or permanent modifications to the vehicle are required for and all of the brackets and hardware needed for installation are included.
These famous Pajero bash plates from Down Under have finally made it to the USA!
Boo's Bash Plates are 100% Aussie made using state-of-the-art laser cutters and computerized brake presses for a perfect fit. All plates feature silver zinc plating that not only looks great but offers superior rust and corrosion protection. 
When it comes to building a 4x4/overland rig, our recommendation is to always start with getting the vehicle caught up on maintenance so that it won't leave you stranded. But next, we believe armor should be a top priority. Before aftermarket wheels, before roof top tents, slide out kitchens, and light bars galore - protecting your vehicle's critical (and expensive) driveline and suspension components is always money well spent if you're going to play past where the pavement ends.
*NOTE - While every effort is made to protect the skid plates during production and shipping, minor scuffs and scratches are a normal occurrence. 

Installation Guides
*These links may contain independent information and are not a substitute for the Factory Service Manual procedure - use at your own risk. 


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  • 5
    Simple and fast

    Posted by Noah Thompson on Jan 15th 2022

    This product comes with everything you’d need between hardware and instructions. The only thing lacking on the instructions is specific details on the 10mm nuts that need to be installed between the chassis floor, but a minute looking behind the transfer case I figured out how to fish them in. Other than that, this skid is very easy to install and keeping all the bolts fairly loose so there’s flexibility on positioning the skid to your liking. Once you’re satisfied you just tighten everything and it is a done deal. Install took me about 15 minutes with hand tools.