BowHouse RC TRX-4 High Clearance Skid V2

BowHouse RC TRX-4 High Clearance Skid V2
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The BowHouse RC TRX-4 High Clearance Skid V2 offers 4mm of additional ground clearance in critical areas compared to the stock skid. Plus, the skid is designed with smoother surfaces and improved angles for increased performance sliding over roots and rocks. Skid is printed in ultra strong, high-resolution nylon, and package includes necessary hardware required for installation. See installation notes below. 


Installation Notes:

  • Reuse stock hardware in stock locations EXCEPT as follows:
    • (a) use M3x8 FHCS under front of skid to attach transmission (replaces stock M3x10 BHCS)
    • (b) use M3x16 BHCS to attach front lower links (replaces stock M3x15 BHCS)
    • (c) use M3x8 BHCS to attach right rear of transmission (replaces stock M3x10 BHCS)
    • (d) use M3x30 BHCS to attach rear upper links (replaces stock M3x25 BHCS)
  • Completely remove side tray on right side before installing N2R skid
  • Install front upper link in N2R skid BEFORE securing the skid to the chassis with the remaining 6 screws.
  • Make sure the front upper link screw is properly aligned with the receiving hole in the skid opposite the chassis rail before tightening the front upper link screw all the way.
  • Tighten all screws by hand and be careful not to overtighten.  Use of power drivers may result in stripping out screw holes and/or cracking in the N2R skid.


  • (1) Skid
  • (1) M3x8 FHCS
  • (2) M3X16 BHCS
  • (1) M3x8 BHCS
  • (2) M3x30 BHCS

Verified Owner
Saturday, Nov 14 2020 (3 weeks ago)
BowHouse RC TRX-4 High Clearance Skid V2
The skid plate is well made and seems to slide over obstacles better than the factory piece that it replaces. The only downside is that the gear noise is amplified, but not to an objectionable amount.