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post #1 of 34 Old 03-06-2009, 01:01 PM Thread Starter
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Input and or suggestions. Wanting to order soon and cannot make up my mind there are so many out there. the ones I have looked at range from 300 to almost 800.

Like the looks of the Red Rock the best for looks.


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post #2 of 34 Old 03-06-2009, 01:12 PM
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alternately you can usually pick up a set of rubicon take offs for about $100 and they're surprisingly tough
if you want to beef them a little more, a set of rubi tubes from Woods or one of polyperformance's add on tube kits can be added pretty cheap


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Don't forget Stonehenge Series...
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Iam in love with the RED ROCK ONES. You definately gotta go wit the alluminum drop in panels as well. I just purchased the LOD bumper & tire carrier so these are my next savingings stash. I cant not find one thing I dont like about them besides the price and the fact I dont own a pair.
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If you don't need the step, check out poly performance. It's in your price range and the folks that have them swear by them.

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I made some Shrock clones and love them, does that count?

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If you don't need the step, check out poly performance. It's in your price range and the folks that have them swear by them.
X2 The Poly ones will take a vast amount of abuse. The boat sided design really prevents you from getting hung up too.

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i like river raiders but if you are tight on the $$$ i would go with stock rubi with poly

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I went with Shrockworks and am very happy with them. But if I were ordering today, I might go w/Treks - boat slider design and attached to the frame.

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Check out the Hanson Offroad rockers.

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I went with the Poison Spyder ones but since you can't get them anymore i'd suggest the Redrocks. I really like those. I'm even considering switching to step version of the redrock sliders.


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I went with the Poison Spyder ones but since you can't get them anymore i'd suggest the Redrocks. I really like those. I'm even considering switching to step version of the redrock sliders.

you want to sell th epoison spyders?

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Check out the Hanson Offroad rockers.
I agree. I have the Hanson Rockers on my LJ and they are super strong.

Here is a link for the JK Rockers: Hanson Offroad JK Rockers

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Do the stock rubi rails and then weld on the tubes yourself. I did mine that way, just grind off the powdercoat and you're off to the races.

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Has anyone tried the PureJeep RockerGuards?
or EVO RockSliders?
Are they strong enough to handle the weight of the jeep when lifted with a hi-lift jack?

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If you want a cool look that is very functional, a functional step and excellent build quality, I would order the LoD Signature Series Rock Sliders. I just installed them about 3 weeks ago and LOVE them. Don't have any pictures yet, sorry. I can take some if you really need them but the LoD website has a large gallery to preview. My opinion - BEST QUALITY for the price at $549.00. Good Luck.

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you want to sell th epoison spyders?
If he doesn’t want to sell his, I know someone who might have some for sale very soon!!

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If he doesn’t want to sell his, I know someone who might have some for sale very soon!!
let me know i love the poison spyder stuff i need the 4dr set

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let me know i love the poison spyder stuff i need the 4dr set

thanks larry
I used the heck out of mine in Moab and JV and I'm very pleased. They'll be among the first products released. DR. Dirty you'll be the first to know.

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I have the shrocks and like them. I got a good deal on a set that someone had sent back and I live close enough to stop by the shop and pick them up. I like the Poly Performance ones best of all though.

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I crushed a tree stump with the Poly Performance rocker gurads...true story LOL.

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ORE here, doesn't even budge against rocks, come to JKO 1st annual to see the gear in action, many makes to be tested.

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