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Installing 07-11 River Raider oil pan and trans skid plate

Does anyone know the order of the bushings the sleeve and the nut when installing the oil pan and transmission skid plate on a 09 manual transmission JK? The instructions are vague and no answer at RR.
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bolt washer sleeve sleeve washer nut ??


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Looks to me like the rubber bushings go in from the outside like they are in the photo.

So:
Bolt - washer - bushing - skid plate hole - skid plate hole - bushing - washer - nut
is my guess.

EDIT: unless they gave you 4 rubber bushings, then add the 2 others in between the 2 skids.

This appears to be an upgrade from their old system of tabs bolted together, allowing for some flex & deformation


EDIT 2: This Wandering Trail's writeup probably walks you through it all:
http://www.wanderingtrail.com/Mods/J...s/RRskids.html

EDIT 3: Looks like your version superseded his, which superseded the original.
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I'm still trying to figure out the original version-lol

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From the pics I can google it looks to me like the rubber bushings go towards each other.

So it would be.


Bolt - washer - bushing - bushing - washer - nut.

that way the bushings would be rubbing against each other instead of two metal parts.

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