JAOS bash/skid plates for Series 1

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JAOS bash/skid plates for Series 1

Postby bitnaut » Sat Dec 30, 2017 2:34 am

I have purchased a set of 2nd hand JAOS bash plates but I can’t figure out how/where the second piece fits under the Delica. Anyone seen this configuration before?

The first piece replaces the original plastic bash plate and fits nicely with my JAOS bull bar. The second piece has pads on the inner sides of the squared fingers as if they were meant to prevent scratching of plastic pieces but it doesn’t seem to fit over the front or rear bumper so no clue where this fits.

Anyone else?

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JAOS bash/skid plates for Series 1

Postby bitnaut » Fri Jan 05, 2018 1:19 pm

Found the answer from Shogo at Japanoid...the second bash plate is a Mitsubishi original part for Series 2 L400’s. Mystery solved.

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JAOS bash/skid plates for Series 1

Postby poochike » Fri Jan 05, 2018 2:46 pm

bitnaut wrote:Found the answer from Shogo at Japanoid...the second bash plate is a Mitsubishi original part for Series 2 L400’s. Mystery solved.

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You looking for a home for the series 2 part?

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JAOS bash/skid plates for Series 1

Postby bitnaut » Fri Jan 05, 2018 10:28 pm

I’ll let you know next week if Shogo’s customer takes it or not...they have first dibs.


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