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02-07-2009 08:25 PM
Ricks91yj I was just at the web site, they cost a ton and weigh 95 pounds, sounds like you gotta drill on your Jeep too.
02-07-2009 08:05 PM
4point No. They are 3/16" bent plate and that is how much they hang down.
02-07-2009 08:01 PM
Ricks91yj Do the shrockworks hang down much, loosing ground clearance? I have a 91 yj with a 4 inch lift, wow, what a jeep, I love it!!
10-23-2007 05:46 PM
Unlimited Another vote for Shrockworks here. Mine have paid for themselves many times over. Two weeks ago up on John Bull, I slipped off a rock and came down hard on my rocker. I would have sworn I did some health damage, but it barely scratched the paint on the guards.
10-23-2007 05:09 PM
tobycat1 There are many other styles on quadratec.com, some bolt to the body. I just picked one that looked like what you wanted.
10-23-2007 09:51 AM
emills Another vote for the rocker mounted style and another voe for Shrockworks. I have used mine as intended and they have held up as advertised. Very happy with em.
10-23-2007 09:18 AM
mrbigjeep i prefer the rocker mounted style...trail gear makes some for $225...including shipping. they seem to cover as much as the psc do. look nice too. (talking about the rocker mounted kind here)
10-23-2007 06:32 AM
foxinthemudd don't those attach to the frame??? isn't that not so good??? I would look into the shrockworks like 4jeepn said...some others that are nice are BTF, and PSC. you can find some of PSC's on Ebay for a good price with the slider bar. I think they run around 375 (shipping included in that price) that is what I'm gonna do when I have the bones layin around to spend.
10-23-2007 05:05 AM
4Jeepn I had those on another jeep. Did okay. Only issue was if you had the full weight of the jeep on them they sor bent upward. I would look into shrockworks.com or those that bolt to the body, which can stand up to more abuse.
10-23-2007 01:00 AM
tobycat1 Bingo!
http://www.quadratec.com/products/13116_70_07.htm
10-23-2007 12:34 AM
MoA that pic might actually be for a xj.. didnt look at the ones i saved.. i cant remember where i found it either.. i kno they got them for a tj tho.. saw them on a forum members jeep.. just cant remember who

im looking for something similiar.. or maybe even the reversa bars
10-23-2007 12:23 AM
AzTJ that looks like its for an XJ.... I was gonna suggest Jeeperman, but they went belly up not long ago.
10-23-2007 12:12 AM
MoA
side step rock bars



looking for something like that.. any suggestions?

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