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    Default Been a busy summer!!

    I really missed getting on the forum the last couple of months, been busy with late nights at the shop. I guess it helped that it rained so much around here and the summer only began 3 weeks ago.....LOL!....NOT!!.....spent the time working on some new projects and upcoming products this fall. Here are some first pics

    Don't forget to check out the new web site

    Last edited by Doberman; 09-04-2009 at 09:42 AM.

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    That is one bad ass push bar!

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    Those are some great looking products, that's for sure!

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    Damn--hate to get run down by your rig!!! Nice looking truck!
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    Wow, those are some monster RockerPods. I think my uncle would go ape-sh*t over that for his dually!

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    Default Welcome Back Pete!

    That brush guard looks like a set of elephant tusks, very mean and wicked looking! The new wheel to wheel cargo boxes look way better than the old one's, that is a definate plus for them. That was one of the things I didn't like about the old one's, I gotta have my step to access the toolbox in my bed. It's nice to see you back on here Pete, don't be a stranger!

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    That is a freakin WICKED grille guard!!! Definitely unique and mean looking. They remind me of tusks too. The rockerpods look awesome too!
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    Do the "rocker pods" have good seals, to keep water out?

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    Thanks for all the great comments ......Look forward to spending more time online in the comming months

    Quote Originally Posted by retired2001 View Post
    Do the "rocker pods" have good seals, to keep water out?
    Yes the Rocker Pods have good seals.....The seals are a true automotive "D" type seal. Our new website will have a video available soon to demonstrate the quality of the seals


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    Hey welcome back Pete, I was wondering where you've been. Truck looks awesome as usual, the full length pods are a definite improvement. I'm not sure about the push bar though,certainly is striking but I'll have to give it time to see if grows on me!

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