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Old 02-19-2012, 03:18 PM   #1
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Looking for Body Tub Rail Armour

Looking for pictures of Body Tub Rail Armour, Also who has the best fit and also anyone have them in aluminum? Here are some I found on fleabay.Has anyone here bought these? eBay - New & used electronics, cars, apparel, collectibles, sporting goods & more at low prices

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Mine are toys by troy but he is no longer selling them.

Other than him I think Rokmen is the only one that sells em now.

Savvy also makes a version of them.

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....................anyone have them in aluminum?.........
You really do not want aluminum tub rails/sliders. They will just let rocks dig in and have you come to a screeching halt when against one. You really do need steel unless, it is just for appearance sake. I went with Savvy's SS tub rail version on their aluminum corners.


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You really do not want aluminum tub rails/sliders. They will just let rocks dig in and have you come to a screeching halt when against one. You really do need steel unless, it is just for appearance sake. I went with Savvy's SS tub rail version on their aluminum corners.


I agree and you have the ones I was looking for. Thanks for the pics.
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