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    Hanson rock rails

    I put on these rock rails this weekend.They have a nice shape to them,and are very heavy duty built.The only thing I'm gonna add to them is an inside backing plate made with 1/4" angle iron, to sandwich the body metal.And a couple of 1/4" gusset plates to connect to the body mount/frame.I'm happy with them.


    Here they are b4 & after.
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    Beauty! where did u get them? and how much?
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    I picked them up in the for sale section.They were bought and not used.He paid $469.00 +tax,shipping,duty.I think close to $700.oo.He list $400. used/new.I never see stuff for sale for my Unlimited used.So I had to pick these up.With my Warn rear bumper & cargo rack.The truck is coming along slowly.Next step is a heavy duty front bumper.I'm not lifting this rig for at least 3 more years.But there is alot I still can do with b4 the tires& lift go on.


    Here's the link.I think? the seller said he waited 2 or 3 months for the order from the US.


    http://www.hansonoffroad.com/lj-rocksliders-p-45.html

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