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post #1 of 75 Old 01-12-2009, 08:28 AM Thread Starter
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Rokmen Strykers and Rokmen Mercenary Rock Sliders

Has anyone used these from Rokmen? I was going to order them today but I would like some feedback before I take the plunge.

Also who has the best prices on Rokmen products?

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post #2 of 75 Old 01-12-2009, 08:43 AM
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I haven't had a chance to "use" them yet. But I purchased the LJ WW2WW Merc sliders an Tummy Tuck skid plate from them due to everyone's recommendation. I was more than surprised at the work that went into this stuff. Very heavy duty and beautifully crafted. I spoke with Dave at length on both purchases and he was very knowledgeable about "where I was going with my rig" and didn't add pressure to the sale. Just real world applications for my needs. Their products are second to none and I will continue to shop with them.
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Did you buy them directly from Rokmen?
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Very nice stuff and great guys to work with have a few guys I wheel with that have them.
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If you're worried about quality, don't. They are top notch. One of my wheelin' buddies (apexjeepinjoe) has both installed.

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You buy directly from them at Rokmen. I don't know of anybody that sells their stuff for them. You wontbe disappinted
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Anyone have a picture of how these merc sliders connect under the body. I see a place for the body mount. Not sure if you drill in the floor pan or just on the outside where the step is?

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Anyone have a picture of how these merc sliders connect under the body. I see a place for the body mount. Not sure if you drill in the floor pan or just on the outside where the step is?
You drill through the floor. Only downside with them, other than they're heavy as $h!+.
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Just installed the sliders, drill both the outside and underside tub with backing plates ... 10% sale going on about now, extremely fast shipping and great customer service over the phone, order direct from Rokmen.com

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Anyone have a picture of how these merc sliders connect under the body. I see a place for the body mount. Not sure if you drill in the floor pan or just on the outside where the step is?
How they arrived:



Welds:



Internal supports (optional):



Mounted:



Underside:



Inside:







Edit: Internal brace:





Many wheeling trips later:



Couldn't be happier.
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Awesome pics Jeffro06, but according to Rokmen they're on backorder?

Maintain, wheel, upgrade, repeat.

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Awesome pics Jeffro06, but according to Rokmen they're on backorder?
They'd be worth the wait.
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They'd be worth the wait.
I believe it. Didn't see a pic of the internal reinforcement installed btw?

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I believe it. Didn't see a pic of the internal reinforcement installed btw?
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