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Unread 08-14-2013, 12:24 AM   #1
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Anybody use the Rampage Retractable Rockguard?

Anybody use em?

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Unread 08-19-2013, 06:15 PM   #2
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Anybody???
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Haven't used em or seen em installed. But I went with solid (PS RockerKnockers) that catch the frame AND pinch seam for strength - I can jack the entire side of the rig up with my sliders.

I think these would be okay for a mild off roader - but the first time you get em really hung up on the rocks - dont expect them to be fully functional anymore and as they only mount to the pinch seam and floor - could seriously damage the pan if really hammered on...
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Haven't used em or seen em installed. But I went with solid (PS RockerKnockers) that catch the frame AND pinch seam for strength - I can jack the entire side of the rig up with my sliders.

I think these would be okay for a mild off roader - but the first time you get em really hung up on the rocks - dont expect them to be fully functional anymore and as they only mount to the pinch seam and floor - could seriously damage the pan if really hammered on...
Thanks! Do yours work well as steps too?
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