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Belly Pan | 1995.5-2004 Tacoma
Belly Pan | 1995.5-2004 Tacoma
Bare metal lead time: see Homepage for current lead time
Optional Powder Coating:
add 3 additional weeks to above lead time
Steel 3/16" (4.76mm) thick
Lite Steel 1/8" (3.175mm) thick
Stainless Steel 3/16" (4.76mm) thick [+$179.00]
Aluminum 1/4" (6.35mm) thick [+$179.00]
Bare metal - Sanding required prior to painting
Bare metal - Metal is sanded and prepped for immediate painting [+$35.00]
Textured Black [+$80.00]
BudBuilt Hammered Red [+$80.00]
TRD Grey [+$80.00]
Other (specify in checkout "Comments") [+$90.00]
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(1995.5-2004) Tacoma Belly Pan
This belly pan combines extreme protection for your underbelly, while helping you slide over obstacles with ease.
Easily bolts up to existing holes in your frame for convenient installation with new hardware supplied with your skids.
100% bolt on! - made to bolt up to the front skid.
BudBuilt steel is all laser cut to perfection.
Will work with a 1" diff drop and up to a 3" suspension lift.
This can be made for common IFS drop bracket type lifts with a special mounting bracket for an additional $30.00.
3/16" Steel - 58
Durable and strong, steel is the workhorse of armor. Ready to take hard hits from rocks and stumps. We recommend 3/16" steel where the application sees occasional to frequent rock impacts. Steel requires powder coating or user-applied paint to prevent rust.
3/16" Stainless Steel - 58
With the same durability and strength of steel, stainless steel has the additional benefit of not requiring paint to prevent rust. Most of our stainless steel users choose this material because with regular rock impacts, even industrial powder coating can be scraped off. Stainless steel offers users the freedom to drag our armor over obstacles and not require prepping and repainting impact areas.
1/8" (3.175mm) Lite Steel - 36 pounds (16kg)
A great, cost effective alternative to aluminum, 1/8" lite steel will protect your drivetrain from damage. We recommend 1/8" lite steel where the application sees regular off-roading, yet very limited potential for regular sharp rock impacts. 1/8" lite steel is more susceptible to denting than 3/16" steel, yet this issue only presents itself during heavy single point impacts, like that of a large sharp rock. 1/8" lite steel requires powder coating or user-applied paint to prevent rust.
1/4" (6.35mm) Aluminum Alloy - 30 pounds (14kg)
Strength without the weight. Our 5052 laser cut aluminum alloy has the same strength levels as our 3/16" steel, but at a faction of the weight. We
recommend aluminum where the application sees regular off-roading, yet limited potential for dragging on hard surfaces like rocks. While 1/4" aluminum has the strength to handle heavy rock impacts, it is much more susceptible to galling than steel, when dragged over rocks.
results in what looks like fine aluminum shavings by the rock that was dragged down the plate.
Another way of thinking about this is by first stating that
aluminum has no problem at impacting an obstacle, it's what happens after impact that matters. After impact, if your driving style is to reassess the trail and choose a better line, aluminum is the right choice. If your driving style is to continue on the same line, as in rock crawling applications, we would recommend our 3/16" steel (Rock Armor) systems. Aluminum does
not require prepping and repainting impact areas to prevent rust.
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