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Old 01-22-2011, 08:03 PM   #21 (permalink)
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I am sure I will get flammed as usuall but I do agree this is a great product & I am not scared to say it!
I will not flame you yet I will agree!!! This is second to the best: OutRider and Digger's stuff in 1# in my book!
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Old 01-22-2011, 08:22 PM   #22 (permalink)
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Thanks for putting the pic in John..for the love of me I cannot figure out how to do that
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Not only is this a great product, but John of BozTec is an awesome guy. I was lucky to meet him on my first trail run ever in the FJ. The BozTec Rear Diff Skid is extremely well built and very easy to install.

Yeah, that was a great day..here are a few pictures.

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That one of John always makes me think he is about to launch
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Have either the boz or the outrider broke bolts or had fittment issues?
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Addis, There have been Zero problems with the Boztec Diff skid
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Addis, There have been Zero problems with the Boztec Diff skid
Yeah, No issues here it took all of 15 minutes to install.
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Have either the boz or the outrider broke bolts or had fittment issues?
Fits like a glove, John uses an FJC rear axle as a fixture when he welds them up.

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* Two saddle connections are form fitted to the axle tubes secured with 1/2 U bolts, which also protects the axle housing out to the spring buckets.
* Reinforced oil drain access port.
* Easy installation with no special tools required, a floor jack is helpful but not necessary.
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I had a concern that the skid would not fit the new diff on the 2010. John invited me over and we test fit one on my truck. Fit like a glove. Bought one and am very happy with it.
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I will not flame you yet I will agree!!! This is second to the best: OutRider and Digger's stuff in 1# in my book!
yeah I heard Digg will even leave extra bolts and wrenches in your skid for ya! hahahahaha

it's a matter of opinion, and for me it's the Boztec skid FTMFW!!!
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