Mopar Jeep Liberty Skid Plates for 2005-2007 Liberty KJ and 2008-2012 Liberty KK
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100% Recommend this product (6 of 6 responses)
Good quality, fast service
August 19, 2020
I purchased these over a year ago- the engine/suspension, transfer case, and transmission skid plates. I was able to install these myself, in my driveway, in a few hours. Actual work time will be probably an hour or so to do all three. Two of them included the "nutsert installation tool". You will need a torque wrench to complete the installation. I was worried when they arrived in one box with little to no packing material, but - these ARE heavy duty steel plates and survived FedEx no problem. Online ordering was easy and phone support was quick, helpful.
ProsEASY TO INSTALL High quality withstand abuse. I have dropped my Liberty over jagged rocks, stumps, ledges. The plates took some good scratching. After a year, I took off the front plate and cleaned up the rust, repainted with black rattle can, back on easily. If you plan on doing ANY off roading in a Liberty KK, GET THESE NOW as Mopar has discontinued them.
January 3, 2018
quick & easy install , quick service, thanks!
October 15, 2016
Ordering process was easy, delivery was timely and installation was less than 30 minutes. Skid Plates are heavy and solid and I foresee a much safer off road life for my wife's Jeep Liberty. And yes, she is fully aware that she has a Jeep and I assure you there are rocks in her future.
ProsQuality product. Easy installation
ConsNone that I can see.
August 6, 2016
I ordered all three OEM skid plates available for my 2006 Liberty Renegade. The included installation instructions were straightforward, even for an inexperienced DIY mechanic like me. I installed the plates by myself in the driveway in one afternoon.
ProsAffordable Easy to install Three plates cover the vital areas
By George D.
April 12, 2014
good price,quality service
By Ron P.
Buffalo, Nwe York
February 21, 2014
Great item to add to any liberty. Weather your just trailing it or up north fight the snow storms.
ProsNice fit, not to bad of a install.
ConsI think that all the bolts should be stainless. Some of the plates have voids where mud and snow can get trapped in. I filled mine with sprat foam insulation to keep the salt,snow and mud out. I also added a couple of coats of clear to help keep them nice.