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Old 02-16-2017, 03:22 PM
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Rugged Ridge Magnetic Panels for Jeep Wrangler

When we get a new Jeep—at least 'new' to us—or an actual brand-new off-the-showroom-floor Wrangler, we want to keep it as pristine for as long as we can. But how can we keep our Wranglers scratch- and dent-free when we wheel in the desert, rock crawl in the mountains, or park at the mall?

Inconsiderate shoppers seem to be drawn to new cars like bees to water, and they usually don’t care if their doors dent your doors or not. Rock crawling in the mountains magically seems to cause branches and pine cones to scratch the flat panels on your rig, and desert wheeling can see cactus pinstriping messing up your polish.

Rugged Ridge, a large company that listens to its smallest client, has developed a cure for the desert pinstriping blues—thick magnetic panels cut to fit all the flat side panels on your Jeep. The Magnetic Protection Panel kit (part no. 12300.53, $284) is designed to protect your Jeep’s paint while on the trails. It is an easily removable nine-piece kit that provides full coverage for the body of your Jeep—except the fenders—to keep your mind at ease and your paint job flawless. Featuring a durable matte black vinyl finish, each panel is constructed of 17-gauge (.060-inch) thick magnetic sheet material for a tough finish and long-lasting use.
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Old 02-24-2017, 12:20 PM   #2
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Idea for you, Sell only the right front door(on JKU) or the right door on normal jeeps.
USPS Jeep drivers will buy it. Granted it's not a HUGE market but I know, myself and few other mailmen are always looking for something to protect the door of their Jeep against scratches from box lids.
I tried using regular magnetic sign material and any wind catches a curled up edge and its blown off and gone. Had to paint my door with bedliner as a permanent solution. This would have really worked out better for me if you sold it piece by piece.

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Old 03-05-2017, 10:43 AM   #3
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Or if you just did a set of knocker rockers so you don't have to drill holes in your jeep, I'd buy those.
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