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Old 13-01-20
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Default Custom Offroad Australia Bash Plate mounting

Hey all,

I recently bought a set of bash plates from Custom Offroad Australia. The front two plates (intercooler and sump) fit up just fine to the factory mounts, but I'm confused as to how the transmission plate attaches.

I've shown a picture on this post.

The front points are fine, but I have no idea how the plate and extra bolts are supposed to work. Does anyone here have this plate, and know how to attach it?

I've asked Simon from COA, but haven't received a reply yet.
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Looks like the rear attachment is a clamp bar that clamps on the rear side of the transmission crossmember.

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If you look at the following video of Denmonkey fitting Boos plates, from about 12min in it shows how the transmission plate mounts. From looking at your photo, I would guess yours uses the same concept

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vM4-cIG0J7E
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If you look at the following video of Denmonkey fitting Boos plates, from about 12min in it shows how the transmission plate mounts. From looking at your photo, I would guess yours uses the same concept

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vM4-cIG0J7E
Ta, I'll try that method.
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