I'll hit him up for sure. I'm already pestering LP Aventure too.
Me too... they're anxiously awaiting the ability to get their hands on an Ascent so they can start design work.I'll hit him up for sure. I'm already pestering LP Aventure too.
Seems like LP Aventure is the only one working on skid plates for the Ascent because I can't find anything else unless we can somehow shoehorn a set meant for the Outback onto the Ascent.
I soooooo can't wait! My Ascent will be spending much time off road and on the beach, just like my Outback did.Just an update for anyone interested in getting Primitive skid plates for their Ascent, Paul has finally had an Ascent in his shop for measurements. No given date yet for when they’ll be available but soon I was told.
A number of them are actually offering Ascent builds with them pre-installed (eg: build your stock Ascent, pick your adventure options, and the dealer will order your stock Ascent with OEM accessories, then install LP or Anderson aftermarket "adventure" add-ons).I wonder if a Subaru shop will install these.
Not sure if I would ever really *need* a skid plate (or bumper guard for that matter), but their bumper guard looks pretty badass!!LP Adventure has added skid plates and a front bumper guard.
After taking off and reinstalling my bumper a few times the skid plate definitely can be done DIY. Not too many bolts under there just tons of clips.I wonder if a Subaru shop will install these.
From the looks of it, dom tube, and uses the oem tow attachment points, It would definitely hold up to some damage.The Primitive version is less costly as it doesn't require the expensive front bumper guard. I wonder how effective that bumper guard really is?