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Old 06-03-2007, 01:23 PM   #1
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Shrockworks, PSC, Warn, Other?

ok so I've been looking at sliders from shrockworks, PSC, warn, and some other manufactures. I was wondering if there are pro's or con's to these, I'm looking at the rock sliders with the tube pivot guard. I know people here have these, how do they hold up when hittin the rocks? is there any site or place I should look when buying that will give me a good price? thanks

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PSC has some great products and I have some of it on my YJ, but I suggest you stay away as they are swamped and it could take months to get your parts. HTH

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Old 06-03-2007, 02:02 PM   #3
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I am very pleased with my PSC rocker knockers, but I have also read on several forums about there shipping issues. fwiw
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I'm like Hackle, I really like the PSC stuff and had lots of it on my jeep. I don't like how they are behind on parts delivery. I am a very big fan of shrockworks. My buddy has a set of them and I like how they bolt up to the tub. They are very beefy and he said he had no problems getting them in a few days.

I like the BTF rockers, as I have them now, but wouldn't want to buy a set unless they were in stock and ready to ship. They aren't having much luck on the shipping department either.
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Old 06-03-2007, 02:07 PM   #5
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I have the shrockworks and they have done a great job for me. The outer tube works great as a pivot and they wrap rather far under the body. Below is a side pic.

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Old 06-03-2007, 03:03 PM   #6
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I'm like Hackle, I really like the PSC stuff and had lots of it on my jeep. I don't like how they are behind on parts delivery. I am a very big fan of shrockworks. My buddy has a set of them and I like how they bolt up to the tub. They are very beefy and he said he had no problems getting them in a few days.

I like the BTF rockers, as I have them now, but wouldn't want to buy a set unless they were in stock and ready to ship. They aren't having much luck on the shipping department either.
I have an order at BTF right now and if they do not ship it on Tuesday as promised I will cancel it and order elsewhere. Both BTF and PSC are hitting the same problem as they are a victum of their own sucess. They built great products then could not keep up. It sucks in this business as all of us want our stuff quickly. I hope they both get back on track soon.
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AtoZ Manufacturing is the current favorite du jour amoung a lot of rock crawlers I know. Zach owns AtoZ and he has earned a solid reputation for quality and strength, and he didn't let me down when I had him make my new custom stubby bumper for me.

Rocker guards with external rails welded onto their surface are really nice. The rail serves to keep the rocks/obstacles at bay, gives a nice point around which to pivot around anything in your way, and gives a nice platform to stand on for whatever. And if you have extreme strength needs, Zach has an optional internal rocker guard brace that I should have had behind my 4XDoctor rocker guards last weekend.

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If you are looking for Shrockworks stuff check out www.absoluteoffroadphx.com. Joe is a board sponsor here and will give you a great deal.

I also have the crapper bar on my sliders and use it quite often to pivot on rocks. Keeps the sharp stuff out of the body.
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I have an order at BTF right now and if they do not ship it on Tuesday as promised I will cancel it and order elsewhere. Both BTF and PSC are hitting the same problem as they are a victum of their own sucess. They built great products then could not keep up. It sucks in this business as all of us want our stuff quickly. I hope they both get back on track soon.
I agree. I waited 4.5 months for my front 60 truss. I waited 6 months for my 14 bolt diff cover. In the beginning I didn't mind waiting. After my jeep sat for a couple months it was really hard to stay focused when I couldn't get parts. I'm glad I stuck with it though cause changing plans one place meant I had to change the build elsewhere. I heard BTF is moving locations again to help suit their demand. The lull time really sucks for those building now but the outcome of patience was worth it for me.
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how do the rockers mount to the body other than the flush mounts that get screwed into the tub? and what do ya'll think about warrior and olympic? should I just anti-up/save-up and go with the shrockworks?
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I have the Jeeperman frame mounted ones now. Because I needed a step for the wife and Kids as much as I needed a slider.
If I didn't have this requirement I would go with Rokmen Mercenary sliders.

Wheel well to wheel coverage.
Full under body protection
internally reinforced.

http://www.rokmen.com/products/rocke...y_sliders.html

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