If you own a Toyota Tundra, you know how important it is to keep its catalytic converters clean and working. These are responsible for converting harmful gases into less toxic ones, which can help protect the environment.
The Toyota Tundra has four catalytic converters, two in the front and two in the rear. These are the most valuable components in your vehicle, and thieves have been known to target them.
Keeping your catalytic converter safe from theft is a must for any Tundra driver, and this premium guard from RCI Metalworks is designed to pair with the required transmission skid plate for maximum protection. It’s also easy to install, with all hardware and instructions provided.
This one-piece design covers frame to frame, cross-member to cross-member to protect your transmission and catalytic converters. With recent reports that catalytic converter thefts are on the rise nationwide, it’s important to protect your truck with a quality catalytic converter protector.
Available in either 10ga steel or 1/4″ 5052 aluminum, these skid plates offer excellent protection and are much stronger than factory skid plates. They are also rust and corrosion resistant, requiring no paint finish before installation. This makes them perfect for daily drivers or light off-roading. They come with a lifetime warranty and are extremely lightweight. These skid plates are the perfect addition to your Toyota Tundra for a long lasting investment in your vehicle’s protection.
If you’re looking to protect your Toyota Tundra from theft while on the road or trail then look no further than this patented catalytic converter protector. Designed to complement the RCI transmission skid plate, this unit is a perfect way to keep your truck safe while on the go! It was also built using premium materials that are not only strong but provide plenty of ventilation for quick heat dissipation. It’s also one of the most affordable ways to keep your car’s vital components safe from opportunistic thieves.
These guards are made from a bit of aluminum and 10g steel that was shaped by a state of the art CNC machine. The aluminum material is very light and strong, while the 10g steel construction offers a bit more oomph. The best part is that it actually works! It’s very easy to install and it can even tie into the aforementioned RCI transmission skid plate. It’s the little things that count when it comes to protecting your ride from harm, so check out this one and the others in the RCI line of products for your 2022-2023 Tundra today!
RCI has designed a skid plate system to protect your Toyota Tundra engine and transmission. This kit includes a 10ga steel skid plate, an aluminum transmission skid plate and an optional catalytic converter protector to fill the gap between the frame and transmission skid plate for a seamless theft prevention solution.
These heavy duty skid plates are the ultimate defense for all on and off road hazards. They are available in 10ga steel and 1/4″ 5052 aluminum options, providing great protection for everyday driving and light off-roading. They are stronger than OEM, rust and corrosion resistant and require no paint finish prior to installation. They also mount to the radiator cross-member without interfering with aftermarket bumpers, hidden winches and other accessories. This is a great addition to any Tundra and will help you enjoy your ride for years to come. We only sell the best, and these skid plates are no exception! Click here for current lead times.
RCI Metalworks makes it easy to keep your Toyota Tundra on the road with a wide selection of skid plates and catalytic shields that will help you tackle any terrain. From a 10ga Steel plate that will protect your oh so important undercarriage, to an aluminum option that can stand up to the elements, there is a skid plate for any Tundra owner. If you are looking to add some style to your ride, the RCI Metalworks Catalytic Shield is a no brainer. This premium quality guard bridges the gap between your transmission skid plate and the vehicle’s frame, protecting it from the nastiest of bumps.