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Old November 21st, 2008, 12:12 PM   #1
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Default UORC 4x4 rocker guards.

Finally, our new line of UORC 4x4 rocker guards.

These rockers are made from 3/16" steel, broke to wrap around and attatch to the 2nd and 3rd body mounts. The top of the rocker fastens with 5 5/16" counter sunk bolts. Available with or without sube step.

Without tube step: $200.00 (un-painted)
With Tube step: $350.00 (painted)

Powder coating or other forms of paint are available.

The dimple died step is also available for an aditional cost. Shown, is a set built for a Customers CJ8 project.


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so do you have to pull your rear two body mount bolts to mount these, and what about bolting the front lower side of them as well? they look Really good though!
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Yes, the body mounts need to come out and have 3/16" material shaved off of them to make up for the rocker thickness. The front lower side is not a problem however, if youd like to, you could easily add a fastener or two.
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Yes, the body mounts need to come out and have 3/16" material shaved off of them to make up for the rocker thickness. The front lower side is not a problem however, if youd like to, you could easily add a fastener or two.

hmmm that sounds a lot more solid than most other company out there that want ya to put holes in the bottom of the tub with nothing on the back side. damn. its about time people local start making some good shit!!!!!!!!!!
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