Dorman 917-529 Fuel Tank Skid Plate Guard

September 13, 2018 - Comment
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(as of June 18, 2019 06:05 GMT+0100 - Details)

Dorman’s fuel Tank Skid Plates are designed to help protect the fuel tank and provide support. Dorman’s Fuel Tank Skid Plates are easy to install, featuring a bolt-on installation process, utilizing existing mounting holes. Additionally, Dorman Fuel Tank Skid Plates are constructed of steel and feature a black painted finish to fight off rust and corrosion for a longer service life.

Product Features

  • Direct replacement for a proper fit every time
  • Protects the vehicles fuel tank from harsh road/weather conditions
  • 100% bolt-on installation and requires no drilling
  • This part has undergone vehicle try-on testing and inspection for conformance to product standards and quality
  • Original Equipment (OE) Number: 52100168, 52100202, 52100219, 52100219AB


Heather says:

Great item. It came painted Ordered this to replace the rusted out fuel tank holder on my 1999 TJ. Great item. It came painted, heavy gauge stamped steel. It also came with two tank straps and mounting hardware!

A. Millward says:

Good replacement part Good replacement part. I mounted it on the 3 bolts nearest the axle first. The 4 bolts under the bumper were misaligned by about 1/2 inch. So I just used a scissor jack between the axle and the front of the skid pan to push it back until the bolts lined up with the holes.Only downer was that I quick looked at the pics, saw the 5 star reviews (but didn’t read them), and ordered this skid pan. And then ordered some other straps. This came with straps, so I gotta return the others…

WTK says:

Great skid! Perfect fit for my 99 TJ. The powder coat looks rock solid and it is fabricated from a single piece of steel. A definite upgrade from the welded OEM skid. The kit included replacement bolts and bands (saves $30). The included straps did not have the OEM plastic blocks, but fit with no problems. I highly recommend for anyone looking to replace a rusted OEM skid.

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