NEW PRODUCT ~ RockerSliders

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  1. Damian Grihalva

    Damian Grihalva High Wheeler

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    Well you guys have seen my little invention on the Evo project, and since they're appearance on EVO, I've gotten a few inquiries about them. So I've decided to offer them as a special order item.

    The dimensions are 3.5 x 3.5, the front and side will be angled as seen (45* angle).

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    The new RockerSliders are basically Extreme-Duty replacement Rockers. They come welded up as seen and completely enclosed. Custom lengths available. $450 per pair.
     
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    Ki Areese Binder Driver

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    These look pretty sweet, any pictures on a finished truck? I might be in the market, depending how bad the rust is on my new scout.. I'll let you know when its delivered
     
  3. Damian Grihalva

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    turbogreaser Farmall Cub

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    Hey D-
    Using these more as replacements to rustproof vs sliders. Doors should shut just fine as long as welded flush, correct? (assuming wheatherstripping etc.).

    Thanks,
    Eric
     
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    StanMcMurrey Farmall Cub

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    Those are nice, in your opinion are they strong enough without tieing them into the frame? Sliders will take some hard hits and is this going to screw with the body alignment after some abuse? Would a few bushings with frame tieins be worth it?
     
  6. Damian Grihalva

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    Correct, the door should shut fine if installed correctly.

    Yes ~ but if you're going to do some heavy wheeling with frequent and hard hits, then tieing to the frame helps allot. Remember these will spread out the hit over the entire rocker, so you're not just hitting one spot, you're lifting the side of the Scout!:2guns:
     
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    And remember, until you tie these into the frame, your rocker/sliders are only as strong as your thirty year old body mounts.
     
  8. Damian Grihalva

    Damian Grihalva High Wheeler

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    Not sure why one would replace the rockers and not make sure the body mounts are up to snuff ~ but you're right!
     
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    how much are the rock sliders?

    mac
     
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    Fred Demmon Y-Block King

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    this is what was said earlier
     
  11. Damian Grihalva

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    I have a set of these ready to go! PM me or call.

    Thanks
    D
     

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