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Discussion in 'Body Work & Detailing' started by mitsuman, October 27, 2012.

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    1. mitsuman

      mitsuman New Member

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      where can i get rocker panels for my 97 explorer sport i need both inner and outer panels
       
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      LMC truck. Don't think they have the inner though. Just get some sheet steel and cut to fit.
       
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      I did a lot of research and chose LMC Truck as well. No one makes inners. Keep in mind that these are Slip-On rocker panels - they do not make this clear. All Explorer rocker panels on the market are Slip-On Type, not cut-out & replace type. This means that they are oversized and intended to just press right over your rusted rocker panels. If you don't use the entire height of the replacement panel, you should have negligible fitment issues when doing the proper cut-out and weld-in replace method.
       
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      Edit: Nevermind, BonesDT is right. I remembered seeing 2 door rockers while ordering mine for a 4 door, but they're slip-ons. The title and description doesn't list them that way, but the picture clearly shows it. Sorry.
       
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