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: Poly Performance JK Rocker Guards----------> ***NOW AVAILABLE***


PIG
08-23-2007, 10:31 PM
Description:
-Available for the 2-door or 4-door Jeep JK
-High clearance rocker guards are designed to withstand hard impacts and heavy trail use
-Complete coverage from flare to flare and from door opening to below the body mounts
-Numerous attachment points including several stock body mounts
-Fabricated from 3/16" Laser-Cut Steel
-Powdercoated semi-gloss black
-Includes hardware kit
-Best Jeep JK Rocker Guards out there!
-Rubicon tested and trail-approved
-Sold in pairs


CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO. (http://www.polyperformance.com/shop/product.php?productid=3165&cat=699&page=1)

lbh
10-15-2007, 08:52 PM
I have these on my unlimited and they are well built. The quality, powdercoat, and overall fit and finish are second to none. I would highly recomend these. I know that Quadratec is selling these now.

extrication
10-15-2007, 09:07 PM
Mr PIG, tell us about the front bumper.

usmcdoc14
10-19-2007, 03:36 PM
Those are sooooooo fawking pimp :D

I keep procrastinating making my own.

lbh
10-22-2007, 01:50 PM
The are really solid! I have a front a rear bumper set up from them as well and the stuff is awesome. The rear bumper is extremely smooth and does not require any effort to open or shut it even with a 37" tire. But back to the rockers, I can't express just how top nitch the quaility is in these rockers. The fit and finish is superb and the protection is fantastic.

shaggydoo
11-08-2007, 10:04 AM
I know we've got quite a few of these out there now. Any thoughts?

paragon
11-08-2007, 12:10 PM
I know we've got quite a few of these out there now. Any thoughts?

Well. Personally. I won't have my JK until at least January or so but in my process to try to line up a few items I know that are definites on my build.... I am ordering a set of these.

PhilD
11-09-2007, 01:03 PM
Those are the best looking rocker protectors for the JK I've seen so far, and if they are like the rest of Poly's gear, they will be tough too.

Alec W
11-10-2007, 02:04 PM
I have a feeling Iím going to end up with a lot of Poly gear. Now I just need a JK to put it all on :smokin::smokin:

WTF_LOL
11-10-2007, 07:38 PM
Any word on when the PolyP rear bumper/tire carrier will be available or any sneak peaks?

crypnite
11-10-2007, 08:38 PM
I have a feeling Iím going to end up with a lot of Poly gear. Now I just need a JK to put it all on :smokin::smokin:

Same deal here. We can't get the Rubicon model on the island, so I have to wait until I'm back stateside. The only plus side is I'm not chomping at the bit to have the parts released. Figure PolyPro will have everything out for the JK by 2009, so should be good!

I really do want to see what the bumper (front/rear) is going to look like, though, just for drooling purposes.:D

shaggydoo
11-12-2007, 10:53 AM
Any word on when the PolyP rear bumper/tire carrier will be available or any sneak peaks?

PIG and GOAT1 would be the dudes to talk to on that one, but they're south of the border for the 1000 right now. For the moment we're really focusing on getting our Suspension Components out the door, so the bumpers probably won't be in full production until after the first of the year.

I know that lbh has our prototypes installed, and I don't think the production model is too far off from that design. Until Monday when PIG and GOAT1 return, I'd bug that guy for some pics.

:beer:

WTF_LOL
11-12-2007, 02:27 PM
Cool, thanks.

I sent him a PM and link to this thread so hopefully he can post a few pics here! :beer:

I have yet to find the right rear bumper and I am terrible at waiting! Hopefully my stocker holds together long enough :laughing:

lbh
11-13-2007, 09:04 PM
I sent WTF LOL a few photos of the bumpers and rear basket along with a few notes. I beleive he will get these posted soon. WTF LOL, post them under the thread on POLYs bumpers as well.

lbh
11-13-2007, 09:06 PM
I would post the photos ASAP, but evert atempt tells me I have exceeded my limit for KB. Yes, i shrunk the photos.

WTF_LOL
11-13-2007, 09:11 PM
OK, exciting stuff. Thanks Shaggy for that tip. I sent lbh a PM and he does in fact have some PolyP proto's on his badass rig. He sent those to me and I posted them below!

Thank lbh, and by the way, great looking rig. :beer::beer:

The pics are a little small but man is this stuff nice! :smokin: He had some pics of the front winch bumper, rear bumper/tire carrier and a rack for the cargo area.

I really like the front bumper and if I had seen this before I got my Schrockworks stuby I would have gone this route. The rear bumper is what I am interested in though. I have been looking for one and this is the first I have seen and I really want it! PolyP, you hear that! Sell me one, lol!! I will buy a proto and give feedback and post whore it all over!!! :D:beer::beer:

Can't wait, any word on when these are available and I am curious on how Jerry cans would mount...

Here is some words about it;
These are the front and rear bumpers for the JK from Poly Performance. These are prototypes and a few changes will be made from my understanding (I donít work for Poly). Apparently, Poly is going to make a mount for the lic plate on the passenger side were it wont be sp vulnerable. I also recall the possibility of a High Lift Mount and some mounts for Jerry cans. As for the front, I believe Poly is going to attempt to incorporate the factory fog lamps into the bumper. I have a Warn Powerplant in the garage, and they are currently making a few mods to allow this winch to work with this bumper. The quality of these Prototypes is very very high! With the exception of a few areas of rust (hinge and handle are not coated yet, but I am certain they will be on the production run) The welds are second to none and the overall fit and finish Is great. These bumpers offer a ton of protection. I am certain that Poly will have great success with these as a lot of time and energy went into the development. I know they are looking for feedback with regards to the tire placement. I like it high, but it does cut down on the rear view, you can see out the back with my 37 inch tire. I like it high though as it has great clearance and departure angles. I also took some photos of the rear basket, this was on display at the off road expo. The quality is awesome, I canít speak enough about Polyís work quality. The rack does NOT RATTLE and is very strong. In fact it looks factory! The rack doubles the workable storage place. Again, sorry for the night photos, I just wanted to get them to you ASAP. Let me know if you want anything specific. The Jeep is also sitting on Poly Performances Synergy system with the Fox Shocks. Good luck, give Poly Performance a call, they are very helpful and will take as much time as you need to answer questions.



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WTF_LOL
11-13-2007, 09:12 PM
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WTF_LOL
11-13-2007, 09:12 PM
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lbh
11-13-2007, 09:20 PM
Thanks, the guys at Poly do great work. Everyone I talk to who has had experience with them has no complaints. The stuff is great and the prodution stuff will be even nicer if possible. I love the rack in back as well, It is perfect for a frindge, gear etc. Let me know if you want more photos. The Jeep has the Poly Suspension on it as wel, and I can't say enough about it. I will be putting on the Poly Tie rod and other poly itmes in a few weeks and will check back in.

WTF_LOL
11-13-2007, 09:24 PM
lbh, just noticed something, are there schackle mounts on the rear bumper, or at least a good spot to weld some on? If not, hopefully PolyP can add some on the production model :beer:

lbh
11-13-2007, 09:32 PM
Yes, there are mounts, nice ones welded in, I wish i would have had some day light photos. There are mounts both front and rear. The latch system on the rear is awesome, one hand, easy and rattle free. I have owned a Warn, and Currie set up on previous Jeeps, and this one is the best hands down. You cant even move the tire if you wanted to when secure so it is woblle and rattle free. The bearing assembly is not for wimps. this this is smooth and stout.

WTF_LOL
11-13-2007, 09:37 PM
ok thats enough. Please no more talk about this bumper/carrier. It is what I have been looking for and all this talk is just going to make life rough untill they are available and I have a poor level of patience, lol :thefinger::mr-t:

want to sell yours? :wink_animate:

lbh
11-13-2007, 09:47 PM
Yes be patient, it is worth the wait. The guys at Poly will get this stuff out soon, I believe you can pre-order, just watch the website, they update it often. I know they are focused on getting the new suspension systems on the shelves (don't get me going there either, this stuff is great quality and the ride on and off road is superb). Poly is working on a lot of JK products, they will have the basket in production soon, the tie rod (awesome stuff) and complete skids, I know the Rockers are ready to ship now and the suspension should be right behind them. The morons at on the "other board" wont post anything about poly and then take down the post so don't expect to find any info there as that board is a freaking joke and sell out.

WTF_LOL
11-13-2007, 09:53 PM
Yah, not really worried about the "other forum". I have been apart of a few forums over the years in different scenes and I have seen boards come and go, even ones that got pretty popular at one point. This forum is one of the fastest growing forums I have seen considering how many threads there are. There is almost as many members as threads and thats crazy.

Sorry about the off topic, lol

wanderingtrail
11-14-2007, 05:04 AM
Question on the mounting. Looks like everything bolts to the body? Is that correct? Doesn't look like you could get a hi-lift in on it anywhere to lift up on the body from the side.

Ron

PhilD
11-14-2007, 06:46 AM
Question on the mounting. Looks like everything bolts to the body? Is that correct? Bolts to the body along the sides and uses the existing body mount locations also. Yes, you will have to drill holes in your body, but I personally don't see that as an issue, it's no different to adding steel corners, etc.

Here are the install instructions. (http://www.trailduty.com/docs//PPM-550X.pdf)

wanderingtrail
11-14-2007, 11:13 AM
I found the instructions a little later this morning. My concern is if the guard is hard mounted to the frame, where does the body flex transmit to?

Ron

PhilD
11-14-2007, 11:24 AM
My concern is if the guard is hard mounted to the frame, where does the body flex transmit to?It doesn't mount to the frame, just the body and the body mount bolts (which are bolted to the body).

I'll be installing some this weekend, so will let you know how it goes.

paragon
11-14-2007, 11:51 AM
I found the instructions a little later this morning. My concern is if the guard is hard mounted to the frame, where does the body flex transmit to?

Ron

Go take a look at how your body mount bolts are designed to hold the body on. The bolts are "floating" in the body frame mounts. The Poly rockers attach to the bottom of those bolts, or more specifically, use new bolts and as the body moves in the mount, it moves that bolt... to which the rockers are attach to underneath.

Not a great explain, but if you look at the mounts it might make some sense.

PhilD
11-14-2007, 12:03 PM
Not a great explain,Better explanation than mine :D

dougnpj
11-14-2007, 01:50 PM
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is that 420 on the plate?????:smokin::smokin:

lbh
11-14-2007, 09:10 PM
I have no idea what happened to the quality. I will try and get some better pictures

WTF_LOL
11-14-2007, 09:25 PM
I thought I already asked nicely to stop with the tease
















:thefinger:

WTF_LOL
11-14-2007, 09:29 PM
Do you happen to have a pic of the rear bumper looking directly in from the side? I am curious about how far the tire sticks out from the rig and how much space is back there.

For this bumper to work for me there would need to be room for a Hi-lift, shovel and axe which I am sure is no problem to figure out something for those.

You mentioned they will make provisions for Jerry cans. Any idea how they where thinking of doing that?

lbh
11-14-2007, 09:50 PM
I know that Poly mentioned this, I don't know the exact specs or details. I am fairly certain that there will be a relocation of the lic plate and a high lift mount. Again, they mentioned a desire to put jerry can mounts on for those interested. For the exact details, you would have to call the guys at Poly. These things are nice. I posted a few others, i will run out and take the photo you need now.

lbh
11-14-2007, 09:54 PM
Here you go, hope this helps:

lbh
11-14-2007, 09:56 PM
better view

lbh
11-14-2007, 09:58 PM
last one

lbh
11-14-2007, 10:01 PM
Here is a photo of my rockers:

wanderingtrail
11-15-2007, 05:15 AM
Go take a look at how your body mount bolts are designed to hold the body on. The bolts are "floating" in the body frame mounts. The Poly rockers attach to the bottom of those bolts, or more specifically, use new bolts and as the body moves in the mount, it moves that bolt... to which the rockers are attach to underneath.

Not a great explain, but if you look at the mounts it might make some sense.

Without seeing where the bolts actually lined up, it looked like it replaced one of the body mount to frame bolts.

Ron

paragon
11-15-2007, 07:55 AM
Without seeing where the bolts actually lined up, it looked like it replaced one of the body mount to frame bolts.

Ron

It does.

wanderingtrail
11-15-2007, 10:22 AM
Okay lets get the bolts correct. There is 1 body mount to body bolt, and 2 body mount to frame bolts. I'm now assuming that we are replacing the 1 body mount to body bolt with the longer bolt. CORRECT?

If we were to lift up the side of the jeep on the sliders, we would be transmitting the jeep load to the 3 rubber body mounts, which would stretch until they were supporting the load or the slider came into contact with the bottom side of the frame horns supporting the body mounts. Hmm....

Ron

PhilD
11-15-2007, 10:35 AM
Okay lets get the bolts correct. There is 1 body mount to body bolt, and 2 body mount to frame bolts. I'm now assuming that we are replacing the 1 body mount to body bolt with the longer bolt. CORRECT?

RonYes, all the body mount bolts you will be touching attach to the body, Poly provide new bolts for all of them.

paragon
11-15-2007, 10:39 AM
Okay lets get the bolts correct. There is 1 body mount to body bolt, and 2 body mount to frame bolts. I'm now assuming that we are replacing the 1 body mount to body bolt with the longer bolt. CORRECT?

Ron

Oops. Now I see what you are asking. It's the center bolt.... that bolts through the isolator into the body. I don't even think the pieces that bolt the mount to the frame itself can separate. I believe that they are part of the mount and not a separate bolt.

wanderingtrail
11-15-2007, 10:43 AM
I'm still trying to convince the wife that I need these for christmas, but I think she's settling on getting me 2 sets of seat heaters, front and rears....

Ron

paragon
11-15-2007, 10:46 AM
If we were to lift up the side of the jeep on the sliders, we would be transmitting the jeep load to the 3 rubber body mounts, which would stretch until they were supporting the load or the slider came into contact with the bottom side of the frame horns supporting the body mounts. Hmm....

RonThat theory would apply with any body mounted sliders

paragon
11-15-2007, 10:49 AM
I'm still trying to convince the wife that I need these for christmas, but I think she's settling on getting me 2 sets of seat heaters, front and rears....

Ron

Seat heaters are on my agenda as well. But I'm thinking the kids will have to just wrap up.;)

wanderingtrail
11-15-2007, 10:52 AM
Some will apply much more force than the Poly's. At least Poly, will contact the frame horns and transmit the load to them after a point. I like the nice close design.

Ron

lbh
11-25-2007, 10:00 AM
I took my rig out this weekend and beat the hell out of the rockers and they were unphased. The rockers took the beating and did not have an issue. They provided great protection to the jeep, which was the point. Just an update as they are "tested" and passed with colors in my book.

ASTAR
02-28-2008, 10:14 PM
I just installed mine and HOLY CRAP they are badass! I am so glad I went with the Poly rocker guards. I plan to beat the hell out of them and it looks like they will laugh.
SO STOKED!!!

Also, I have a 1" body lift and with the frame/body mount brackets, and the RE LA brackets, the frame looked a little cluttered with rock anchors. With the way the guards come down to the frame, boatside style, it covers a decent amount of that BS.

BTW, if you have an RE long arm kit, they do require some trimming around the rear lower control arm mount. Cake with a grinder with cut off wheel.

Eracer76
03-19-2008, 11:25 PM
I just installed mine and HOLY CRAP they are badass! I am so glad I went with the Poly rocker guards. I plan to beat the hell out of them and it looks like they will laugh.
SO STOKED!!!

Also, I have a 1" body lift and with the frame/body mount brackets, and the RE LA brackets, the frame looked a little cluttered with rock anchors. With the way the guards come down to the frame, boatside style, it covers a decent amount of that BS.

BTW, if you have an RE long arm kit, they do require some trimming around the rear lower control arm mount. Cake with a grinder with cut off wheel.

In case you didnt see my other post, I'll reply to this thread too lol...

I have the RE 4.5 LA kit too and Im thinking about getting the Poly rockers.

I have no problem cutting them to fit, I do things like this all the time, but would you happen to have pics of what yours looks like?

That would be great if you have some to show! :)

To anyone else who has them, Im also wondering how far they stick out off the side of the Jeep?
Do they provide much more then the stock Rubi rails do, as far as keeping a tree off my door?

Thanks for any info guys!

lbh
03-20-2008, 06:25 PM
I would say tey "stick out" about 1 1/2 inches from the body. The coverage and quality, however, are a million times that of the standard Rubicon models.

Eracer76
03-20-2008, 10:25 PM
Wow, 1 1/2" huh? Thats more then I thought, but thats a good thing for protecting the doors.
Thats why I wanted to ask because its hard to tell just how far they stick out in all the pics.

It also looks like they curved the inside of the rail to match the body, but left the outside straight? Which would mean they are thinner and dont stick out as far in the center of the body?
It just makes me nervous to see tree's rubbing down the side of the Jeep 1" away from my door :eek:

Anyway, thanks for he info!

I thought I had my mind made up to get the Rock Hard's but now I need to decide if I want these instead :confused:

Dustoff '68
03-21-2008, 02:11 AM
Nice and almost got hooked...price may have been an issue, but the deal killer was having to cut, grind, de-bur prior to installation...my philosophy is that if doesn't bolt right on, it doesn't go on my JK...I don't drill, de-bur, grind, weld, flame broil, deep fry, bake, slice, dice, chop anything on my Jeep(s).

PhilD
03-21-2008, 09:04 AM
It also looks like they curved the inside of the rail to match the body, but left the outside straight? Correct.

Which would mean they are thinner and dont stick out as far in the center of the body?Correct again. They are 1-1/4" at the narrowest point and 1-3/4" at the widest point.

It just makes me nervous to see tree's rubbing down the side of the Jeep 1" away from my door :eek:They are substantial, I'd be quite happy sliding along a rock or tree with them. They are also designed to be high clearance, and maximize on clearance and not making your vehicle any wider than it needs to be.

Eracer76
03-21-2008, 10:30 AM
Correct.

Correct again. They are 1-1/4" at the narrowest point and 1-3/4" at the widest point.

They are substantial, I'd be quite happy sliding along a rock or tree with them. They are also designed to be high clearance, and maximize on clearance and not making your vehicle any wider than it needs to be.

Thanks for the extra info PhilD, you should be a sales man for Poly Performance, I think Im one step closer to getting these over Rock Hard's now:)

lbh
03-21-2008, 12:14 PM
Once you see them they will sell themselves!!

Dustoff '68
03-21-2008, 06:42 PM
Once you see them they will sell themselves!!



...they are nice...until you read the installation instructions...then it's time for Zofran 4mg IVP and Dilaudid 2mg IVP...that'll cover the nausea, vomiting, and headache you get when you find out it's not a simple bolt on...next, you reach for a Td 0.5 ml IM injection after you sliced and diced your hands "de-burring" metal that's their for a reason...after that, it's time for a bit of Ativan...dose du jour, when you realize it ain't going on your JK without seeing the shop with the $95.00 per hour lift charge for install...yep...I'll keep my money and buy a six pack of Sol, content in the knowledge that my OEM bumpers are adquate for my needs.:thefinger:

Eracer76
03-21-2008, 09:10 PM
...they are nice...until you read the installation instructions...then it's time for Zofran 4mg IVP and Dilaudid 2mg IVP...that'll cover the nausea, vomiting, and headache you get when you find out it's not a simple bolt on...next, you reach for a Td 0.5 ml IM injection after you sliced and diced your hands "de-burring" metal that's their for a reason...after that, it's time for a bit of Ativan...dose du jour, when you realize it ain't going on your JK without seeing the shop with the $95.00 per hour lift charge for install...yep...I'll keep my money and buy a six pack of Sol, content in the knowledge that my OEM bumpers are adquate for my needs.:thefinger:
We're talking rocker guards, not bumpers...

Anyway, I look forward to cutting, grinding and fabricating things on my Jeep...:devil:
So far Ive cut the stock Rubicon rockers to shorten them for 35's, cut the pinch seams also so they dont cut the tires, Ive cut off my rear shock mounts and relocated/welded on some new ones that I made, I cut off the front lower crash bar under the bumper and relocated my Rubicon sway bar, then I drilled many holes in the frame and cut off ALL the stock control arm mounts when I installed my RE long arm kit....

So yeah, these Poly Performance rockers should be easy for me! :D

Ruskin
03-22-2008, 11:06 AM
There's some talk about how far the poly rails extend off the body. I live in FL (tight trials, lot of trees). I've got a set of shrockworks rails on one jeep and because of the design they stick out about as far as the fenders - makes pushing through trees easier. I've got another jeep to buy a set of rails for and I'm looking at the poly product. Do you think for my tree filled area the poly product would keep the trees off the doors/body?

Dustoff '68
03-27-2008, 01:12 AM
We're talking rocker guards, not bumpers...

Anyway, I look forward to cutting, grinding and fabricating things on my Jeep...:devil:
So far Ive cut the stock Rubicon rockers to shorten them for 35's, cut the pinch seams also so they dont cut the tires, Ive cut off my rear shock mounts and relocated/welded on some new ones that I made, I cut off the front lower crash bar under the bumper and relocated my Rubicon sway bar, then I drilled many holes in the frame and cut off ALL the stock control arm mounts when I installed my RE long arm kit....

So yeah, these Poly Performance rockers should be easy for me! :D


I'm talkin' rocker guards as well...no slicey...no dicey for my JK:thefinger: