I had the rear passenger bolt alignment issue. The person who owned my FJ before me must have had grease monkeys with pneumatic tools doing the removal and replacement of these bolts. Luckily for me, only the right rear passenger bolt and the frame nut were both stripped out about a 1/4 -3/8ths of and inch. I ordered up the tapset M10-1.25, and I also got 2 bolts that are M10-1.25 x 50mm. (Reason being that I got the longer bolt, is that I wanted that bolt to get up into that right rear hole further that the original bolt that was stripped so it could grab fresh threads that are undamaged.......)I then carefully tapped the bad rear passenger hole all the way through, and also ran the tap with TAP-MAGIC tapping fluid as a cutting fluid for the tap,(Good stuff for tapping by the way), through all the other 3 skip plate mounting holes as well. (Cleaned them all first with a small nylon bottle brush with wd-40 before tapping to keep the tap sharp). I then used my mill and milled about 1/4 of an inch of aluminum from the right rear passenger side skid plate hole with a mill that was the same size diameter of the original hole in the skid plate. THAT was the ticket! Now all bolts go in in perfectly and there is no bolt alignment problem whatsoever. Problem solved and man that baby is ON THERE!!! Plus I also ordered the big red domed letters from Ebay to fill in the TRD letters. I like the look of those big red domed letters!