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crew cab rocker panels

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by themaddhatter, Feb 16, 2005.

  1. themaddhatter

    themaddhatter Registered Member

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    Any advice on where to source new (and good quality) inner and outer rockers for an 87 K30 crew cab?

    There are plenty of places to get good front rockers, but the rear ones I have seen around don't seem to be that great of quality.

    I have to do inner & outer rockers front & rear, and I don't want to redo it cause I got junk...

    Thanks in advance,

    Shane
     
  2. themaddhatter

    themaddhatter Registered Member

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    Anyone?

    JC Whitney only has the slid over ones, and I would rather do a factory style....

    Someone has had to replace rockers on a crew cab here :confused:

    Search was not fertile.

    Help me out,

    Shane
     
  3. JK5

    JK5 1/2 ton status GMOTM Winner

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    I did a crew cab about 10 years ago...
    Since noone is making rockers for crew cabs...I just modified the front rocker..
    so it fits in the rear..

    My sources..

    Tabco (OH) 800-782-5226/440-729-5151 (They manufacture patch panels)
    Abs Auto supply www.absautosupply.com (For OEM outer rockers)
    Maddens Truck supply 216-398-0960 (For anything)

    Check this...
    http://coloradok5.com/forums/showthread.php?t=125439
     
  4. Truckstuff

    Truckstuff Newbie

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    I did my 3+3 a few years ago. When it came to the rear rockers, I tried using aftermarket, what a waste of time. I went and bought Factory replacement ones. Night and day difference. A lot more money, but worth every penny.
     
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    BigBadCad 1/2 ton status

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    chevyduty.com has them on page 61 of their online catalog.....no personal experience as of yet but this is what I was planning on using when I replace mine.
     
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    I bought all of my body parts from www.Goodmark.com , everything seems to be of good quality. I have not looked for the 4 dr rockers yet, but I have to assume they are as good as the rest of their stuff.

    Go to their website and look for a dealer near you.

    Bryan
     
  7. themaddhatter

    themaddhatter Registered Member

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    Excellent,

    Now I have something to work with.

    Thanks guys :D

    Shane
     
  8. themaddhatter

    themaddhatter Registered Member

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    Them are pretty nice.... for 80 BUCKS

    Damn, I will give my friend a call at the dealer. See if I can get the "employee discount" :D

    Shane
     

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