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Installed this tonight while changing oil. Fits just like the stock plastic piece. Not quite as easy to fit into place but once you maneuver it into position it fits perfectly. I didn't have to push/pull or bend anything to make it fit and the bolt holes all line up. I'm not sure how thick it is, but it isn't too wimpy. As you can see, the stock one has one ear completely broken off and a rock tried to punch through (successfully I suppose) where the cracks towards the center are. It's much more solid. Yes, I see the oil that was leaking - I did replace both drain plugs and washers this time. I'm not sure what the square holes are for, though.

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Both my front and rear under body protection plates currently need replacement. The front one has a huge crack in it (been there since I bought the pig), and I'm pretty sure the rear one was broken at the dealership (discovered it was now being held in place at the rear with tylocks; it certainly wasn't like that the most recent time I was under the vehicle prior to the dealer visit. Since the metal front protection plate is only incrementally more expensive than the plastic version, I think it's probably worth spending the extra bucks on. You wouldn't believe some of the crap you see on the roadways around here. Thanks for sharing the pictures, they sold me.

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