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Old 12-09-2020, 11:10 AM #1
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TRD Skid Plate on limited

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I am looking into get a TRD Skid plate. Does it fit with my 2016 limited? everything is stock.


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Hello,

I am looking into get a TRD Skid plate. Does it fit with my 2016 limited? everything is stock.


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According to the official Toyota parts website, it will fit on a 2016 Limited:
Toyota 4Runner Trd front skid plate - PT93800140 - Genuine Toyota Accessory It will also fit later 4Runners too (I have one on my 2018 SR5 Premium).

Keep in mind there are (or were) two versions of the TRD skid plate: one with just the embossed "TRD" symbol and one with red plastic "TRD" inserts. Both are the same physical size, but the size of the "TRD" letters is different. You can get new or replacement "TRD" letters in a variety of colors from Tuffskinz.

When you install, be sure to clean out the threads for the mounting bolts with a tap.TRD Pro Skid Plate: Read This First!! | Toyota 4Runner Forum [4Runners.com]

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I had to modify my TRD skid plate to allow clearance for the KDSS system.
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The limited doesn't have KDSS so not an issue on that front.
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If the new skid plate doesn't come with instructions, you can get them here: https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon....17mB4nXCGL.pdf
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Not trying to hijack this thread. Just thought I would ask my question since the OP received his answer and I have basically the same question with a different year.
I have a 2012 LE and the skid plate is starting to look like swiss cheese. Does anyone know if the TRD skid plate will fit an early model LE?
I looked at RCI, but I would have to purchase an addition piece to cover my radiator. That's why I'm interested in the TRD.
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Not trying to hijack this thread. Just thought I would ask my question since the OP received his answer and I have basically the same question with a different year.
I have a 2012 LE and the skid plate is starting to look like swiss cheese. Does anyone know if the TRD skid plate will fit an early model LE?
I looked at RCI, but I would have to purchase an addition piece to cover my radiator. That's why I'm interested in the TRD.
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The Toyota parts web site and the instruction sheet says it fits 2014 and up.

Check with your dealer or the parts web site for the part number for your existing skid plate, then do a Google search for that part number to see if it is still available.
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Yes, I had one on my 2016 limited and transferred it over to my 2019 limited.


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Anyone with a Limited and TRD Skid plate want to provide pictures?

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Not trying to hijack this thread. Just thought I would ask my question since the OP received his answer and I have basically the same question with a different year.
I have a 2012 LE and the skid plate is starting to look like swiss cheese. Does anyone know if the TRD skid plate will fit an early model LE?
I looked at RCI, but I would have to purchase an addition piece to cover my radiator. That's why I'm interested in the TRD.
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Maybe check again, on RCI the extra piece that spans rad area, isnt used on the Limited. When you install RCI skid on limited, theres a gap that remains..
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Maybe check again, on RCI the extra piece that spans rad area, isnt used on the Limited. When you install RCI skid on limited, theres a gap that remains..
That is the problem with most after market skids, they only go up to the cross member where they attach.

That is the beauty of the OEM TRD skid, for it goes much higher, almost to the bottom of the front bumper cover. Look at any picture of the TRD skid and you will see what I mean; the front mounting bolts are attached to that front cross member where the other skids stop.
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That is the problem with most after market skids, they only go up to the cross member where they attach.

That is the beauty of the OEM TRD skid, for it goes much higher, almost to the bottom of the front bumper cover. Look at any picture of the TRD skid and you will see what I mean; the front mounting bolts are attached to that front cross member where the other skids stop.
Yeah but on the limited I think it would mean the top bolts are not held in by metal but are bolted into the front bumper faschia which is all plastic. A bigger concern over hiding the gap or whatever skid plate you use is the limited has a lower chin which can get crunched.
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Yeah but on the limited I think it would mean the top bolts are not held in by metal but are bolted into the front bumper faschia which is all plastic. A bigger concern over hiding the gap or whatever skid plate you use is the limited has a lower chin which can get crunched.
Not so. All 4Runners, regardless of trim level, have the steel cross member framing just below the radiator. That is where the TRD skid bolts to. You have to remove any thing in front of that.

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I had to modify my TRD skid plate to allow clearance for the KDSS system.
That's right. I can't remember all the way but I think there are two versions. kdss and regular sway bar front skid.
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Not so. All 4Runners, regardless of trim level, have the steel cross member framing just below the radiator. That is where the TRD skid bolts to. You have to remove any thing in front of that.

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That's correct. It mounts on the front member your tow I mean "recovery" points are welded through. I don't think plastic would do the trick.
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