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Old 03-20-2012, 10:35 AM   #1
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ROKMEN High Clearance Belly Pan PRICE DROP!!! 97-06' Wranglers

We have drastically reduced the pricing on our High Clearance Belly Pan (Tummy Tuck) for the 97-06' Jeep Wrangler TJ and LJ model Wranglers.


$289.99 for all 97'-06' Wranglers, $309.99 for 03'-06' Rubicon models (includes locker pump mounting kit)




Replace the flimsy, ground clearance robbing, rock grabbing, stock belly pan . Gain the clearance and armor this sport demands. With the ROKMEN high clearance Heavy Duty Belly Pan you can tackle the trails with confidence.

You'll gain 2.25+" of ground clearance over stock , equivalent to increasing your tire size by 4.5+ inches. The reinforced design and flat underside gives your rig a smooth surface to slide over the big obstacles.

Made form 1/4" high grade steel plate that is laser cut, CNC formed, and fully TIG welded for unmatched craftsmanship and durability.


We have these in stock and ready to ship today, so visit our website www.rokmen.com, or give us a call at 303-907-6303.
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Old 03-20-2012, 09:23 PM   #2
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Does this require a body lift?
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or SYE?
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Old 03-20-2012, 10:14 PM   #4
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or SYE?
Both. And with an SYE/CV you'll need adjustable upper CA's. Which rokmen also sells some very nice CA's.
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You will need a minimum .5" body lift for bolt and go. People have done it without - but it takes more dialing in.

SYE - Generally Yes. Unfortunately, a SYE is not very friendly driveline changes no matter what they are. Ultimately, 95% of all modified jeeps will end up converting to a SYE at some point.
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You will need a minimum .5" body lift for bolt and go. People have done it without - but it takes more dialing in.

SYE - Generally Yes. Unfortunately, a SYE is not very friendly driveline changes no matter what they are. Ultimately, 95% of all modified jeeps will end up converting to a SYE at some point.
SYE, body lift and adjustable CA's will all happen in the future, just wanted to see if I could do the tummy tuck w/o them, b/c that one looks like less clearance than some of the other ones I've seen
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What is the difference between your regular High Clearance Belly Pan and your rubicon High Clearance Belly Pan? Sides the locker pump mount
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Old 03-22-2012, 11:23 AM   #8
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From 03-06 no real difference. Just whether or not it comes with the locker pump mount kit.
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