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Old 01-25-2012, 08:24 AM   #29
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Hi All, Just a correction and comment about the Currie JK Jeep Baseplate that was made by BobGed. The Currie Plate is not 3ga as compared to a 7ga for others. The Currie is just shy of 1/4" thick plenty strong and certainly not less than half the thickness of the Blue Ox. These could be made of 1/2" steel but that would be overkill times three. The mounting and the number of grade 8 bolts provided and placement called for are more than strong enough. The Currie serves as more than a simple base plate it is also protection in place of the "Plastic air dam" the Jeep uses as OEM.
I am not a stock holder in Currie just a user who appreciates the Currie line of Jeep and off road equipment they produce.
Give their products a look over and decide for yourself.
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Currie baseplate

I actually just finished installing this currie baseplate on our 2007 unlimited rubicon. I have to say it is pretty beefy. One solid piece of Steel that is bolted in about 12 places to the backside of the factory steel bumper and steel crossmember. Fit perfectly and was a relatively easy install. One person(me) and about 1.5 hours. As mentioned previously, it actually serves as a skid plate as well. We have the blue ox aventa lx tow bar to use with this plate and it fits like a glove. I highly recommend the currie!
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