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post #1 of 9 Old 04-18-2005, 03:01 PM Thread Starter
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looking into getting come corner guards. just wondering who else makes them besides poison spyder? thanks

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post #2 of 9 Old 04-18-2005, 03:06 PM
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Toys by Troy also has some.

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ORO makes them as well, I think they do the diamond plate variety.

As far as TBT, I hope their powdercoating has improved. The powdercoating on mine is coming off after less then a year. The worst part is that I ordered them bare steel, but I took what I got. I have heard they had some problems with that though, and that they have fixed whatever it was.

Oh yeah, and the bushwacker ones are plastic. Just so you kow beforehand.

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There are some in the Mopar accessories catalog. Diamond plated ones, and also some with a rail on the side. They're fairly expensive, of course.
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post #6 of 9 Old 04-19-2005, 09:04 AM
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Stu Olson showed some pics from his site that integrates the rear corners with additional protection and rails from the corner, over the rear flares up to the door edge.

TbT Side Sliders / Rear protection

I would assume these pieces would work with PSC corners too, but I'd probably go TbT all the way around to make sure the fit was good.

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I got a set from a guy called "grimjeeper" on e-bay. black powder coated and shipped to my door for 90$. Fit was good and they've done their job on more than one occasion.

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i have the Toys By Troy corners. i like them a lot and they fit good. it just might take TBT forever to get them to your door.
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post #9 of 9 Old 04-19-2005, 05:29 PM
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Stu Olson showed some pics from his site that integrates the rear corners with additional protection and rails from the corner, over the rear flares up to the door edge.

TbT Side Sliders / Rear protection

I would assume these pieces would work with PSC corners too, but I'd probably go TbT all the way around to make sure the fit was good.

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Yes, I am, but I wouldn't recommend fitting them to an other brand of rocker guard and corner guard unless one doesn't mind the possibility of doing some fitting. Troy made some slight changes to his corner guards since I first got mine....this resulted in my having to trim to get things to fit. I knew that going into it and it didn't bother me....but others may not wish to go that route.

Mixing and matching guards in this fashion would be along the same lines getting the windows from one soft top maker and believing they would zip right into another manufacturers top. Maybe they will fit....maybe they won't.

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