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Old 12-10-2007, 02:22 PM   #61
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I'm sure she just used her magical powers to locate it w/out requiring the drilling of superfluous holes in Baby's heretofore pristine sheet metal!


Man, it's getting deep in here, Tiny, you'd better climb back up on those knockers!

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Old 12-10-2007, 02:56 PM   #62
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Looks good Tiny!!

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I like how they look. Good job!
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Old 12-10-2007, 09:53 PM   #64
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Thanks guys, can't wait to scratch the new paint off 'em.
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Thanks guys, can't wait to scratch the new paint off 'em.

I know you can do it...........you got to admit, it is better than caving in the side of your precious............... Way to go, on the install.!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Hey tiny how do you like them im gonna go with shrockworkswhen i have enough cash and was curious about how hard it was a if you like how they are made do they seem durable??
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Old 12-11-2007, 08:34 AM   #67
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Those look really good. I like the way the step is intergrated. Most of the rock guards I have seen didn't have steps so I just bought the Jeep step. Now I wish I would have seen them sooner.
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Hey tiny how do you like them im gonna go with shrockworkswhen i have enough cash and was curious about how hard it was a if you like how they are made do they seem durable??
They fit beautifully and were really easy to install. My only problem was that shrockworks took for freaking ever to get them to me. I almost think they misplaced my order and when I called after three months they shot them right out to me. Another one you might look at is Roketman. He goes well to well so you have to alter your flares, but his are pricey.


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Those look really good. I like the way the step is intergrated. Most of the rock guards I have seen didn't have steps so I just bought the Jeep step. Now I wish I would have seen them sooner.
I wanted the tubes as steps, but cest la vi, they don't really serve as steps all that much since they don't hang below.... you still gotta hike that leg up there to get in.... but I love 'em and I would buy them again in a heartbeat.
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I wanted the tubes as steps, but cest la vi, they don't really serve as steps all that much since they don't hang below.... you still gotta hike that leg up there to get in.... but I love 'em and I would buy them again in a heartbeat.
But, since you are really tall, and no one can prove otherwise, at least THAT won't be a problem, right?
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I am tall, and there are few here that will ever get the chance to make their own judgment call on that one.
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They fit beautifully and were really easy to install. My only problem was that shrockworks took for freaking ever to get them to me. I almost think they misplaced my order and when I called after three months they shot them right out to me.
..........and all this time I thought ist was just a PSC problem with lead time and committment. 16+ weeks later.
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you didn't have to drill one then....

your rear side bolt must be up further than other rocker guards...on PSC and AtoZ and the ones i ordered you have to drill an access hole on the inside of the jeep to get the nut on the rear side bolt (because of the sheetmetal bubble on the inside by the seatbelt bracket)
I think he means something like this. This is what I had to do to my jeep when I installed my rocker knockers. This is a picture of my jeep that i sent into Eddie at www.4x4xplor.com. Good thing I had a rotary tool..saved my azz.

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Oh.... yeah the Shrockworks move the bolts a bit to the front of that so you don't have to mess with it.

And yeah wYJ, took them a damned long time... but I kept forgetting that I'd ordered them and not calling. I'm sure had I remembered, I'd have gotten them sooner.
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It really killed me to drill holes in the tub, but armed with brand new bits and some nice tools, I managed....


Drill? I thought that is what she used the hatchet for....( What does she use the hatchet for?)
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Old 12-11-2007, 03:58 PM   #77
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I couldn't find my dang hammer because someone had been pilfering my tools.... that's a no-no. So I got out my hatchet and my hammer magically appeared.
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Oh.... yeah the Shrockworks move the bolts a bit to the front of that so you don't have to mess with it.

And yeah wYJ, took them a damned long time... but I kept forgetting that I'd ordered them and not calling. I'm sure had I remembered, I'd have gotten them sooner.
Jim does excellent work, but he's just happened to gain too much popularity too quickly. No one is getting anything from him in a timely manner. Not even his distributors.

Rockers look great TT and you'll love the crapper bar on there. It will help you be able to pivot around things better on those tight rocks or taking a turn up and around an obstacle.
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Old 12-11-2007, 04:05 PM   #79
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I had to take some pics of the old boy in his natural attire.... since it was almost but not quite warm enough to go top down today (little nippy).





Yeah, the rockers were worth the wait. I love 'em. The welds are beautiful and perfect and everything is smooth and clean. I was happy to get the logo cut in and even slapped a sticker on the back I love 'em so much.
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Just couldn't wait to get it muddy again, could ya.....
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Well see... there's this big mud puddle... and well..... um...... I had to.
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This is the longest thread I've ever I've ever seen about rock sliders.

Can we lock this one too?
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This is the longest thread I've ever I've ever seen about rock sliders.

Can we lock this one too?
Wait.... This thread is about rock sliders????
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This is the longest thread I've ever I've ever seen about rock sliders.

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You're just jealous.
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Am not.
Yes you are. You're jealous that her rockers actually see rocks.
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Scout just for vanity sake, you need to post a pic of your jeep for no reason.
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Scout just for vanity sake, you need to post a pic of your jeep for no reason.

No!!! Don't bastardize my thread!!!!!!
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Yes you are. You're jealous that her rockers actually see rocks.
You might have a small point there. Small...

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Scout just for vanity sake, you need to post a pic of your jeep for no reason.
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