Re: radiator skid plate
The problem I see with that skid plate is that if you were to actually need that to help you get up and over something that it wouldn't work out too well. It looks like it does not extend to or down to the same level as the cross member. It will protect the radiator but since it does not connect to the cross member then you stand the chance of the crossmember hanging you up. On mine I have it extended to the cross member so it will slide across. If you look up under the truck I am sure you can make something out of angle iron, some flat stock and some sort of heavy plate aluminum that would work better then the stock ones. The stock ones provide about as much protection as the plastic piece you have.
If you crawl under your truck you will see where the plastic piece attaches to the frame and the cross member you will see how you could bolt on something there. If it would help I can take pictures of mine. It would be different on how it attaches to the front part of the truck but it would give you the idea. It doesn't have to be fancy, it just has to work.
01 Edge Ext Cab
4.0 4x4 White
Custom Winch Bumper, 9000lb winch, Custom Skid Plate, Custom Rock Sliders, Off-Road Lights, Explorer: OHC, Auto Dim Mirror, Lighted Vanity Visors, Power Seat Rails and EATC. Other little things I will remember to add later.