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Old 12-13-2010, 05:59 PM   #1
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these anygood? recomendations welcome =D

Rockcrawler Side Guards by Body Armor -RH1

i was thinking about picking these up tomorrow. anyone have them or suggest something different?

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Old 12-13-2010, 08:07 PM   #2
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also id prefer to not have to drill holes in my body unless its a lot better for mounting

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also id prefer to not have to drill holes in my body unless its a lot better for mounting
i believe those actually mount to the frame..

imo id get real rock sliders that mount to the body tho..

rokmen has a nice set that also comes with a piece that goes on the inside of the tub for a more secure mount...

itll protect the tub more than the frame mounted ones
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i had a set of them. bought em used. mocked them up once and decided i'd rather not loose ground clearance, drill several holes in the frame or install something thats just going to bend up into the tub and cause body damage. sold em to some other sucker.

i went with Rokmen sliders.
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If your just going for looks thats cool but if your going to use them you should look at something that bolts to the frame and across the tub . more bolts that hold it on the better off you'll be
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