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post #1 of 26 Old 11-08-2008, 05:00 PM Thread Starter
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TJ Corner Armor

I am looking at ordering some corner armor this weekend. I like the look of these:
http://www.rokmen.com/products/corne...y_corners.html
It seems like $300 is the going rate (checked at A to Z, BTF, & overkilleng).

I thought for a few more dollars you could get tube fenders that were welded on (either 3" or 6"). I have found the tube fenders sold separately, but I can't find a package deal. I am pretty sure i have seen corner armor that comes with the tube fenders already welded, but wouldn't you know it....now that I'm ready to order....I can't find em anywhere.

Does anyone sell these as a kit?? (and if so, who?)

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post #2 of 26 Old 11-08-2008, 05:02 PM
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i personally like the look and function of the Rockmen strykers. i plan on taking my Jeep through some rough places so the sliders above the wheels would most likely save me some money in the long run. either one you choose they have a great product IMO.

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i personally like the look and function of the Rockmen strykers. i plan on taking my Jeep through some rough places so the sliders above the wheels would most likely save me some money in the long run. either one you choose they have a great product IMO.
X2 on the Rokmen guards. I really like the style and hardware. Theyll eventually make their way on my jeep when i get around to corner armor
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I want the strykers also.
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I want the strykers also.
x2. They are on my list of things to buy.

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I am looking at ordering some corner armor this weekend. I like the look of these:
http://www.rokmen.com/products/corne...y_corners.html
It seems like $300 is the going rate (checked at A to Z, BTF, & overkilleng).

I thought for a few more dollars you could get tube fenders that were welded on (either 3" or 6"). I have found the tube fenders sold separately, but I can't find a package deal. I am pretty sure i have seen corner armor that comes with the tube fenders already welded, but wouldn't you know it....now that I'm ready to order....I can't find em anywhere.

Does anyone sell these as a kit?? (and if so, who?)

Thanks
Go with Rokmen they are great!! They also go behind the hinges like the others don't!!
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Go Rokmen! The only crappy thing is you have to paint them and they dont come shipped in a box, so they get a little scared up, but they're so darn beefy, its worth it. And like ol dude said, they go under the tailgate hinges, BEEFY! And they come with detailed instructions with color pictures. yay pretty colors!




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Also, call Rokmen and ask if they have any Blems. Big discount. I bought the LJ corners as blems and never could find why they called them blems.

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The rokmen stuff is the best.

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http://www.sniperfab.com/index.php?m...roducts_id=228

I used these guys for my front tube fenders w/ integrated 3" flare.
I also purchased a set of their 3" rear flares (that I will weld onto my previously purchased GenRight full corners)

It looks as though you can get the rear full corners with flares for a fair price.
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make sure you get full corners, i made the mistake of getting half corners, lasted 1 year before i upgraded to full corners
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The rokmen stuff is the best.
Man that is just plain ole' bad ***...I was thinking short corners, but after seeing these pics I just think I might have to wait an get the Strykers...
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what's "SWB" AND "LWB"? short wrangler body and long wrangler body?

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exactly. short wheel base vs long wheel base.

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