I just finished installing my (1) front skid plate (#82211995) and (2) transfer case skid plates (#82211994AB) on my 2014 Limited...took a little over 30 minutes with the front of the Jeep up on Rhino ramps DON'T FORGET TO SET YOUR PARKING BRAKE!
What helps is a blanket under the vehicle so you can slide the skid plates on the ground without scratching them. I didn't have to use any of the supplied bolts, nuts, or clip nuts. I re-used all the original stuff.
First the front...stupid easy, (4) 13mm bolts that you loosen/or remove from the existing plastic covers. On the front of the skid plate, just loosen those 13mm bolts halfway, slide the slotted holes of the skid plate onto the bolts, then tighten all four bolts to 14 ft. lbs. DON'T OVER-TORQUE THE BOLTS
. 15 minutes.
Now move on to the two transfer case skid plates. First...the smaller fuel bundle skid plate (the lightest of the three), (3) 13mm nuts and a 15mm bolt to remove the stock plastic cover, then install the new metal skid plate with just the (3) 13mm nuts (15 ft. lbs.) DON'T OVER-TORQUE THE NUTS
...and only screw in the 15mm bolt halfway. Now the second heavier transfer case skid plate (heaviest of the three)...you first have to remove the two stock cross braces...(6) 16mm bolts total...then using those 16mm bolts, install one along the outside inline with the 15mm bolt where the larger of the two supports used to be. Then like the front skid plate, slide the slotted end of the skid plate over those two bolts (I used a small step stool to support the other end of the skid plate. Then just bolt up the other side of the skid plate with the 16mm bolts, and tighten the rest of the bolts (41 ft. lbs.)...DON'T OVER-TORQUE THE BOLTS
. 20 minutes.