Tacoma Transfer Case Skid Plate | 2nd & 3rd Gen (05+)

★★★★★ ★★★★★ 1.00/5 Star. (1 Review)
  • Tacoma Transfer Case Skid Plate | 2nd & 3rd Gen (05+)
  • Tacoma Transfer Case Skid Plate | 2nd & 3rd Gen (05+)
  • Tacoma Transfer Case Skid Plate | 2nd & 3rd Gen (05+)

Price: $329.00


Code: VT23SD-TC

Weight: 60 (lbs)

    The Victory Transfer Case Skid for the 2nd and 3rd Gen Tacoma is designed to protect your truck in serious rock crawling.

    Kit includes a drop skid and a block-off plate so you can run the skid with or without stock exhaust. 
    • CNC cut and formed from 3/16" steel or 1/4" aluminum
    • Compatible with stock or aftermarket exhaust
    • Includes stock exhaust drop skid
    • Includes stock exhaust delete plate
    • Hardware Included
    • Made in the USA

    *Requires drilling

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★★★★★ ★★★★★
1.00/5 Star out of 1 Review
Hit my exhaust
(Southern California) | November 30th, 2019
I have a 2019 Tacoma TRD Offroad 4X4. I installed following the video. Everything did line up as specified. However, my exhaust literally rested on the skid plate. Obviously I can't have that so I took it off and just kept it. It can't be returned. The Victory 4X4 guys want me to reinstall it and take pics before they will consider anything. I don't have the time so I am pretty much out over 300.00 +. I like these guys products and love my rook rack and other skids but if my bran new 2019 Tacoma's exhaust hit the transfer case plate, then I think more engineering needs to be created. Just think about it before you buy, its a very large expense that basically is now in my backyard just sitting there. Prefab will most likely be needed if I want to actually use this monster plate.
Note From Victory 4x4: Sorry to hear about the exhuast hitting and the hassles. Our techs likely need to see what is hitting so we can offer a solution. We do have an assortment of spacers and things we can use for exhuast clearance on these trucks. On our 3rd gen with an aftermarket exhuast we use a couple small spacers as well, but the majority of the time these fit without any modification.