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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    Yup, sure did.
    Really? That blows!


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    Quote Originally Posted by OverlanderJK View Post
    Really? That blows!
    eh, it did it's job of protecting the body. Better than if we were running the factory rocker guards. I don't think Mel was too thrilled about seeing it but then, he never recommends them for the kind of wheeling we did. Whatever the case, we're just waiting on the frame mounted guards to come out so that we can swap over to them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    eh, it did it's job of protecting the body. Better than if we were running the factory rocker guards. I don't think Mel was too thrilled about seeing it but then, he never recommends them for the kind of wheeling we did. Whatever the case, we're just waiting on the frame mounted guards to come out so that we can swap over to them.
    I guess I should have said, “this is why we can’t have nice shit.”

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    Quote Originally Posted by OverlanderJK View Post
    I guess I should have said, “this is why we can’t have nice shit.”

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    eh, it did it's job of protecting the body. Better than if we were running the factory rocker guards. I don't think Mel was too thrilled about seeing it but then, he never recommends them for the kind of wheeling we did. Whatever the case, we're just waiting on the frame mounted guards to come out so that we can swap over to them.
    Yeah, I was impressed it took such a hard shot and still came out ok. Still looks good in my book.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    eh, it did it's job of protecting the body. Better than if we were running the factory rocker guards. I don't think Mel was too thrilled about seeing it but then, he never recommends them for the kind of wheeling we did. Whatever the case, we're just waiting on the frame mounted guards to come out so that we can swap over to them.
    Are those like the ones for the JL, ready in three more weeks?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MericaMade View Post
    Yeah, I was impressed it took such a hard shot and still came out ok. Still looks good in my book.
    Oh yeah, held up great in my opinion. Body was protected and it still held up great for the rest of the week and there was harder stuff to come

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    Are those like the ones for the JL, ready in three more weeks?
    They are but being that they're on a Gladiator, they are a LOT longer. I do think that played a part in what we saw. Still, I hit that rock with a LOT of force. I think more than would be the case out west being that I would never be giving that much skinny pedal out here.

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    The obstacles continue to come there! Hard to believe that you had to apply that much of the skinny pedal to navigate through those. Liked how the tailgate made a good table, now you need some tall camp chairs to sit at that table!

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