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Old 03-09-2013, 02:50 PM   #1
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Rear corner protection

I've heard a lot about people putting rear corner armor on their jeeps and I'm wondering if it be worth doing so. If so, aluminum seems to be the way to go as it wouldn't rust if any compared to steel. Plus the extra weight of steel. So, who would you all recommend? I'm looking at Savvy, Genright, and possibly Body Armor. Any help would be helpful.

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I first installed steel corner guards years ago on my first TJ & they worked but they were simply too heavy. I replaced them with Savvy's aluminum corner guards and they fit like a glove and saved a lot of weight. I'm running Savvy's on my replacement Jeep (first TJ was stolen) as well & still like them a lot.
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