|Manufacturer||Classic 2 Current Fabrication|
|Brand||Classic 2 Current Fabrication|
|Item model number||901-01U|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Manufacturer Part Number||901-01U|
Classic 2 Current Fabrication 1999-07 Chevy Silverado and GMC Sierra Universal 4dr Extended Cab Outer Rocker Panels (Pair)
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- Replaces Outer Rocker Sections For 1999-07 Chevy Silverado and GMC Sierra 4 door extended cab models
- Made from 18ga automotive steel for extra durability, 78"L
- Made by the most trusted manufacturer of rust repair panels
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- Replace's Passenger Side and Driver Side
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Replaces Outer Rocker Sections For 1999-07 Chevy Silverado and GMC Sierra Universal 4dr Extended Cab 78" Long
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Install tips:I didn't cut out the old corroded rockers, went over the top. Cut to length, warp-fitted a little, prepainted inside/out. I prepunched 1/8" holes top and 3/16" holes bottom for pop rivets. Wide head 1/8'x 1/2" rivets used topside spaced every 4".
Just prior to the install, I ran a bead of clear silicone around the top and both ends as a seal against more water/mud getting in. It will squish down- trim it when dry. But wait ,bthere's more...
The bottom of the old rockers were pretty bad. Not totally shot but getting there. I had been patching on them for 5 years ( an '03 Sierra) and were about patched out, filled with foam and undercoated annually. Some metal remaining to work with but marginal.
UNDERSIDE: Tpside riveted in, using a floor jack,I jammed the new rocker against the old underside and drilled/riveted as I went along beginning at the center and working out to the ends, 2-3 holes at a time. From Breck Racing I bought "exploding pop rivets" (Look up on amazon) that have three fingers that expand outward when compressed, like a wall anchor- internal. They pull down tight. They aren't going anywhere. Awesome product, Way better than screws or conventional pop rivets- bullet proof. I used a pneumatic (Harbor Freight- cheap) pop rivet gun. Push the rivet heads down tight then lock them for real. Worth the investment. Used all the time.
You may have to do some cosmetic body work at the ends. Some Silicone and rustoleum does it for me. I figure I have a couple hours into prep, pre paint and install into to each rocker and that beats $1500 quote from the body shop. Be good for years.
I had thought about mig welding these on. Don't go there. This is easier with less metal damage, grinding and repaint.
Have fun- you can do this.