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I love my budbuilt, I got it with an 1.5in lift and I didn't need to cut out the tunnel. I also like that it has a seperate skid plate that bolts to the bottom, it makes the bottom completely smooth. dont worry about hitting the mounts haning below the crossmember or the very rear of the case. And like bender said awsome customer service.
Any oiling issues with the engine tipped after the 1.5 inch lift?
Since this is sort of a "poll", I'll give you my vote. WHY? Why in the world would you go to all of the trouble to flat belly your Toy(especially to the extent in the Pirate thread) on the East coast? I'm not bashing the East coast, but I have heard that most of the wheeling areas (Uwharrie etc) don't have a lot of rocks to get hung up on. I have Marlin's skid and haven't got hung up yet and when I did, I backed off the rock and took a slightly different line. IMO if you go the extreme to flat belly your rig like the Pirate thread, you will be down several months doing the work. So my vote goes to something EASY, that protects your t-cases. After all, its fun to wrench on our rigs, but ultimately its a lot more fun to go wheeling!
what is your setup? I am still iffy on whether or not to cut out my tunnel for a flat belly. how did a 1.5" raised xmember fit w/o cutting the floor or a BL.I'm pulling the cab off this w/k so if I'm gonna do a flat belly- now is the time. I have spoken with Bud personally and he is a GREAT guy.
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