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whers the best place to get nerf bars?

where can i get some cheap nerf bars for my zuk? and i am looking for front and back tube bumbers to?

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Well I would look at North coast off road, or Yankee offroad.com NCO has great service, best ive heard of and good prices. I know tim and Bob at Yankee offroad are just starting out and have some nuke proof products to offer so id check them out to. Im not sure but i think their web special is a 10% discount to people from arkansas this week! (LOL to you Tim!) They also do custom bumpers of any sort and the price is supposed to be unbeatable.

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Re: whers the best place to get nerf bars?

Yeah, I have to agree with mxnhid, I'm looking at getting the rock sliders from Yankee offrood, they are the only ones that I know that offer them to fit body lifts. Good prices too. Just waiting for the MAN to send my return money to me!

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Re: whers the best place to get nerf bars?

they also got the coolest spring hangar protectors... Rockin' Rollers!

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Re: whers the best place to get nerf bars?

Gee guys![img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/blush.gif[/img]

We try to keep the cost of the rock rails down, as we feel that evey rig that wheels needs them. Look at the Jeeps Jamboree, some trail ride require that your Jeep have rock rails. In fact, rock rails are a Mopar option.

At the same time, we look at the market and realized than many rig have body lifts, and in varying inches. So we designed a set-up that could be welded up to accomdate any body lift up to 3", which is about as much as the available commercial body lifts go.

Look soon for pics on our site of our Rocky Top Rock Rails, offering both bottom and side rocker protection.

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We recently got pics up of our Rockrails. You might want to check them out. They mount to the frame and body mount arms. This help give them strength against the leverage of a hard impact out on the main bar. As a rule, you should avoid any ners that only mount to the frame. With the leverage of an impact, their mounting systems don't hold up well.

We also use 3/16" hitch steel for our rockers. They are guaranteed forever against bending or denting. You cannot hurt them.

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FYI - ours mount to the frame AND the body mounts and utilize 3/16" materials.

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Re: whers the best place to get nerf bars?

Do people accually pay 180 bucks US or whatever that is for some rock rails?!?
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>Do people accually pay 180 bucks US or whatever that is for some rock rails?!?

Well, they're guaranteed forever and cannot be damaged. How much is it worth it to some folks not to smash the side of their vehicle in? They do sell well. We put alot of time (and therefore money) into making each set. Its not like a big round tube nerf you bend into a U-shape. There's alot of grinding and sanding time that goes into making our bars look like they're a molded part of the OEM setup.

We carry a dual tube rocker set for over $200 and it sells well too.



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Geeze i should try making some of thoes, i can make awsome things and somthing like that would be EZ! For more "beef" i could use 1/4" steel.. AND if i sell somthing in the us i get 50% more money in canadain dollars!! :- )
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