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16 Jul 2020 23:35 #225192 by lightning
Does anybody sell suspension guards or under trays to protect the underside of the new model Jimny?

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17 Jul 2020 04:58 #225199 by Lambert
A company called jimnybits do a fairly good selection assuming they have stock. Other companies do bits and pieces.

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17 Jul 2020 05:31 #225201 by X8GGY

Is that buggy finished yet?...
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17 Jul 2020 17:31 #225243 by lightning
Thank you that’s great.
I will save the link for when we get the Jimny.

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18 Jul 2020 09:37 #225270 by Busta
Save yourself some time, money and ground clearance by not fitting diff guards. The diffs are about the strongest part of the car! The transfer case guard is the main one.

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18 Jul 2020 09:45 #225271 by jackonlyjack
Like Buster says
I have just removed my front diff guard,more trouble than it's worth
IMO front shock guards,radius arm,transfer and tank one's are the most needed ;)

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19 Jul 2020 21:21 #225359 by lightning
OK thanks for the advice l will avoid the diff guards!

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19 Jul 2020 21:30 #225360 by Lambert
I'm kinda the opposite I have diff guards but not for impact protection as much as for them to act as skids as they eliminate the vertical lips of the diff and replace them with angled plates. Having little tyres and more rocky lanes than mud where I live, I have found them useful. They also act as an audible warning to be a bit steady.

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