Metal Selection for Rock Sliders
OK, so I've been reading up on and looking at lots of pictures of rock sliders, and I'm pretty confident about fabricating this project. My question is in the selection of metal.
The end product is an angle that fits against the rocker panel. Is it better to buy sheet goods and have a machine shop break it to the 90 degree angle, or is it better to buy angle of the right size and eliminate the break work? From experience, I know that angle is not completely uniform in it's shape, meaning, the valley of the angle has a very slight radius, as does the two opposing ends of the angle. (Basically, the angle rounds off at the ends)
Will I get a better & tighter fit with a piece of sheet broke to 90 degrees? I don't want the end product to look questionable and not fit as well as it could?
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