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Well added Warn Rock sliders to the prowler today.

Got a deal on some Warn rock sliders and some Ward front A Arm guards so I added the rock sliders and switched the Warn A Arm guards for the ridig Industries one I had on the Prowler.
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How did they fit, and were you happy with the product? Thanks Joe

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Got a deal on some Warn rock sliders and some Ward front A Arm guards so I added the rock sliders and switched the Warn A Arm guards for the ridig Industries one I had on the Prowler.
Joe whats your rock sliders look like,pictures,pictures.

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How did they fit, and were you happy with the product? Thanks Joe
I can tell you the more Warn products I get I think they Are great product and a easy to install and fit well
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My Warn skids are stout. A little PIA to install due to getting the holes on the plates to clear the necks on the bolts. A little hollowing out some holes was required. Still very nice. Couldn't pass up the great price on them either (thanks again Joe for the heads up on those Warn plates).

I picked up some aftermarket A-arm guards (not Warn). Couldn't pass up the price of $90 for all four. Although the fronts will need a little miner grinding in one spot to clear my Warn skid plate. Not a big deal.

I would like to see the rock sliders as well.

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I get some pictures up today
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My Warn skids are stout. A little PIA to install due to getting the holes on the plates to clear the necks on the bolts. A little hollowing out some holes was required. Still very nice. Couldn't pass up the great price on them either (thanks again Joe for the heads up on those Warn plates).

I picked up some aftermarket A-arm guards (not Warn). Couldn't pass up the price of $90 for all four. Although the fronts will need a little miner grinding in one spot to clear my Warn skid plate. Not a big deal.

I would like to see the rock sliders as well.
yes I do remember having to mess with a couple of the holes but not many the front a arm guards when on no problem and perfect fit.
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yes I do remember having to mess with a couple of the holes but not many the front a arm guards when on no problem and perfect fit.
I knew the Warn A-arm guards would bolt right up and match the skids, but they were like double the price when I was shopping around. Looking at the pictures of the A-arm guards I purchased, I knew they might hit the Warn skid plate before I purchased them. But for more than half the price off, I figured I'd cut or grind just a little and save $$$.

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I knew the Warn A-arm guards would bolt right up and match the skids, but they were like double the price when I was shopping around. Looking at the pictures of the A-arm guards I purchased, I knew they might hit the Warn skid plate before I purchased them. But for more than half the price off, I figured I'd cut or grind just a little and save $$$.
Man I hear ya i only buy when its a great deal I will be sellingy Ridgid Industries a arm guards I took off .
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Here ya go picture Well added Warn Rock sliders to the prowler today.-rock-sliders.jpg
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