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    Evo corner guards

    I'm looking to get the evo corner guards and I was just wondering if they hold up good off road and can take a good beating. And any pics would be appreciated.

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    I have not gotten one ding from a cart....Yet.��

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    There are a lot of people here running the EVO corners with and without the tire carrier. The owner of the forum has the corners and tire carrier on two jeeps. Go check out the wayalife YouTube channel. You'll see plenty of wheeling videos with them.
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    Ok thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mudmobeeler View Post
    There are a lot of people here running the EVO corners with and without the tire carrier. The owner of the forum has the corners and tire carrier on two jeeps. Go check out the wayalife YouTube channel. You'll see plenty of wheeling videos with them.
    Yes what he said. I have mine and they are 3/16 thick. They will take a beating compared to the original body panels that are paper thin.
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    Does anyone have pictures of them mounted up on a two door?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mudmobeeler View Post
    There are a lot of people here running the EVO corners with and without the tire carrier. The owner of the forum has the corners and tire carrier on two jeeps. Go check out the wayalife YouTube channel. You'll see plenty of wheeling videos with them.
    Quote Originally Posted by Bmans08jk View Post
    Does anyone have pictures of them mounted up on a two door?

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    I have old style made for both. Overlanderjk has the new style.

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    You would save a little going with the older.
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    EVO Rear Bolt On "D" Ring Mounts
    EVO Rear Corner Rock Skins
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    evo corner.jpg

    I believe this is his "orange" rig.
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    EVO Rear Bolt On "D" Ring Mounts
    EVO Rear Corner Rock Skins
    Rough Country Skids

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    Thank you for the replys I just ordered them

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