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Old 09-26-2005
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Can anyone ID this part number??

Can anyone tell me if FMS-M-5018-R is the stock skidplate or if it is an upgrade?? Summit list it as being a ford racing performance part
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I was gonna say try fordpartsnetwork.com but i just did and that # draws a blank, unless you e-mail or call them.
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Hmmm... Anyone see the Superlift front skidplate?? I found that one for $115 but I can't find a good pic of it.
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Nevermind on the Superlift.... It's for trucks with their lift kit only.
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This guy had one for sale awhile ago, maybe its still out there. Its the superlift one.
http://www.offroadrangers.com/forums...ad.php?t=20034

Just saw your post, nevermind on this skid plate


I was unable to find a part number for the skid plate on the ford websites.
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Can't find any skidplate for the Ranger at ford racing performance parts. I guess I'll call Summit tomorrow and see if they have any information.
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Tom - do you want to measure my skid plate for a template?
Also - do you want to buy the front receiver we installed at your place
I think it will fit higher on your truck, but you can cut it up and use the cross frame and tow hooks from it to make a custom one
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All "academic" now, lol. Tom has a super-heavy-duty, 1/4" thick, aluminum "diamond plate" skid plate! I got some friends of mine to bend and plasma cut the metal Tom bought to make one.

He's no longer in the market!
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Tom - do you want to measure my skid plate for a template?
Also - do you want to buy the front receiver we installed at your place
I think it will fit higher on your truck, but you can cut it up and use the cross frame and tow hooks from it to make a custom one
Is this something that would fit my truck, Neil? I might be interested if Tom isn't.
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absolutely - let's see what Tom says
the 2004 front end is slightly different
I pushed the envelope in trying to get my winch set up going and bought this model anyway
this Reese is actually nicer than the Hidden Hitch I ended up with, but I could not mount it up high enough
those who can cut and weld might create a very nice custom package using this receiver
or given the correct model year it would exit via the valance as mine does now
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