Custom Bash Plates

Re: Custom Bash Plates

Postby Colsha on Wed May 21, 2014 5:58 am

My quotes were a little cheaper actually for 3mm 304 Stainless Steel. Does require taking it from the cutter to the folder myself though.
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Re: Custom Bash Plates

Postby GLRkenny on Wed May 21, 2014 6:06 am

I had some made up yesterday out of 3mm mild steel, cost me $150 for the pair, all I have to do now is make the vent holes after I decide whether to just drill some holes or try and create a Mitsubishi logo or something, I'll probably just drill some holes and leave it at that I reckon. Once the vents are done I will also sandblast them and paint them in por15 which is supposed to be really strong stuff
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Re: Custom Bash Plates

Postby Reardy Mister on Thu May 22, 2014 10:01 am

jt1986 wrote:I printed the sheet out and took it in too them and that was the reason it was cheapish. saves them time having to draw it from scratch so maybe try faxing/emailing the file if u haven't already.
.exact price for 'glxr' plates were -front plate 4mm mild steel $111 +gst
______________________________-diff plate 4mm mild steel $107 +gst
_______________________________total__________________$218 +gst (239.80inc)

the company is " allard engineering services" unit 1, 4 dickens place Armadale WA 6112... ph 9497 2557


and as for plate fitment they were pretty good. they did fit but the slots for the bolts on the rear of the front plate were a bit snug on the bolts so I did give them a quick lick with a grinder just for a nicer finish. didn't realy need to but I could so I did.

yea painted them with a paint call "stone guard" cames in black or grey aresol cans cost me $15 each from auto one.

if u want anymore info feel free to pm me


Great, thanks for the info jt.
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Re: Custom Bash Plates

Postby balmycook on Fri Jan 09, 2015 7:27 pm

Buzzy wrote:By popular demand here is the drg I did of my bash plates
I stuffed around for ages to try and make the pic bigger/clearer but stuffed if I could work out how :oops:
If you want it click here Bash Plate Drg
Thx to Trent (Austblue) for letting me measure up yours ;)

Ah yeh as an arse covering exercise I accept no responsibility if someone makes a set up of these drgs and they dont fit.
It was a real nightmare getting the pressing exactly right and if its not it will make it hard to fit. Thats why some people have had trouble fitting their aftermarket ones up.

Cheers

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Buzzy Bash Plates.pdf


Hey Buzzy, would you have a drawing for a Mk bashy? Or can you post a link to one?
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Re: Custom Bash Plates

Postby balmycook on Sat Jan 10, 2015 9:53 am

Tex wrote:Buzzy doesn't get on here much anymore. AFAIK he only had the ML drawings.


Cheers, Thanks Tex :D
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Re: Custom Bash Plates

Postby mudsuckernz on Thu Jul 28, 2016 7:14 pm

having some 6mm aluminum :D ones made up now.Thanks mate.
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Re: Custom Bash Plates

Postby Overbank on Fri Jul 29, 2016 11:38 am

G'day team,

Tore apart my flimsy OEM bash plates on a rock hidden in some long grass yesterday. It was pure luck it missed the sump - there was about 1 inch in it.

I'm thinking of fitting a set of Boo's bash plates. Has anyone got these? Also do I bother with the transmission plate or just front and sump? The reason I ask is I've got a steel bull bar and adding another 30-40kg might force me to upgrade front suspension - which due to budgetary restrictions is not currently preferable.

Any opinions, advice is much appreciated.
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Re: Custom Bash Plates

Postby coughy on Fri Jul 29, 2016 4:25 pm

i have 3 or 4 mm stainless plates cant remember lol
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Re: Custom Bash Plates

Postby hairymmea on Mon Jun 12, 2017 2:06 am

hello,,,can someone send me email bashplate drawing format pdf,,,urgent,,,, wahairiwahi@gmail.com
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Re: Custom Bash Plates

Postby NowForThe5th on Mon Jun 12, 2017 11:32 am

Link is in first post of this thread.
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If work is so terrific, why do they have to pay us to do it?
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Re: Custom Bash Plates

Postby hunterenato on Tue Mar 24, 2020 3:50 pm

hello, i'm from italy
i have Mitsubishi L200 2007 (triton)
i want built home made skid plate in steel or alluminium
can you help me?
I cant see Buzzy Bash Plates.pdf file
thanks
regards Renato :D
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Re: Custom Bash Plates

Postby NowForThe5th on Tue Mar 24, 2020 4:45 pm

NowForThe5th wrote:Link is in first post of this thread.
Chris

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Re: Custom Bash Plates

Postby Jeandreoffroader on Thu Nov 12, 2020 8:52 am

NowForThe5th wrote:Link is in first post of this thread.

The link does not want to download whatsoever
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