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Make sure if you order from Rockmen that they have the items in stock. If not you may be waiting 60+ days to get it.
Call them and talk to Dave.
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Make sure if you order from Rockmen that they have the items in stock. If not you may be waiting 60+ days to get it.
Call them and talk to Dave.
Jeff and Dave at Rockmen were very helpful when I started my just empty every pocket adventure.

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Whoa!. Thanks for the heads up Bob. My project plan is almost ready to review with my son and I'm going to check on his vacation schedule. Your heads up warning is especially timely! BIG THANKS!

2004 Rubi TJ Low COG Recipe: 33x12.5 tires under flat fender flares, 1/1.25 inch motor/body lift, 2.5 inch OME suspension lift, all new JKS upper/lower control arms, more...
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I purchased the extra clearance Undercover Fab skid system. Install was relatively easy, just time consuming. I don't have a body lift, needed to make 1/4" motor mount shims for fan clearance, replace stock exhaust with Banks for clearance and definitely needed the CV style driveshaft. I would definitely recommend, or purchase another set for a different project. Good luck.
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Installation Review

Thanks again for all the wise advise that comes from this forum.


We successfully installed the Rokmen High Clearance Belly Pan, Rokmen Engine/Transmission Skid Plate, Tom Woods Double Cardan Driveshaft and
Savvy transfer case cable shifter.


Because we implemented the low COG recipe from dpgoffroad.com, no exhaust or muffler modifications were needed. Also, I got the rear shock mount extenders but it turns out that it aligns better without them.


Everything fit together quite well and it performs very nicely.
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Thanks again for all the wise advise that comes from this forum.


We successfully installed the Rokmen High Clearance Belly Pan, Rokmen Engine/Transmission Skid Plate, Tom Woods Double Cardan Driveshaft and
Savvy transfer case cable shifter.


Because we implemented the low COG recipe from dpgoffroad.com, no exhaust or muffler modifications were needed. Also, I got the rear shock mount extenders but it turns out that it aligns better without them.


Everything fit together quite well and it performs very nicely.

Pics of completed project?
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