TIRED OF LOOKING AT RUST?
Our plastic slip-on rocker panels are engineered for a perfect fit, easy installation, and offer the most coverage of any other slip-on products on the market.
Quick Covers are precision-molded,
paintable plastic covers that fit snugly over existing body panels.
Return your truck to its original appearance for thousands less than traditional repair!
No Weld - Slip On - Complete Coverage
Quick Cover Kits include: Covers for both the driver and passenger side, installation materials (adhesive tape & rivets), & install instructions.
The rocker panel/cab corner covers was exactly what my truck needed to make it look good again. I used just the textured black ones but even still, they go good with the wheel well covers that are installed on it. Looks good and has definitely helped out a lot. Easy install. Treat or cut out the old rust and install pretty straight forward.
They look so good. Like we have a brand new truck. Would recommend without any hesitation. Took longer to put on then read on website but soooo worth it.
They do exactly as advertised - quickly and easily covered up the rusty rockers on my 02 GMC Sierra 2500HD SLT extended cab. The covers are very thin and flexible enough to gently squeeze into and around the tight spots around the rear doors. It might've been a little easier had I taken the rear doors and step bars off, but I didn't need to.
I used stainless steel self-tapping screws with stainless 1" washers instead of the supplied rivets for more grip on the underside of the plastic covers. These are in no way structural replacements, and I have no intention of ever selling my truck.
The covers did make a big difference in my truck's looks. It's insane how rusty GM truck's rockers get! The cost may be a little high for what you get, but are about 1/3 the cost of metal replacements and welding, and you can do it yourself.
I also bought the metal quick brackets - glad I did because I NEEDED them - after I cut away the rusty parts, there wasn't much (good) metal to attach the covers to.
I was originally on the fence about getting the brackets and covers but, when I was offered free shipping, I have no regrets. And I actually received them a few days early! I hope these last for a couple of years. Or at least until I learn how to weld properly.
For now, I'm completely satisfied with the whole product.
Like the title says. My rockers were were almost completely rusted out and if I didn't install these first, there was almost nothing to attach the rocker covers to.
Simple to install - no special tools, just a drill and bits. I recommend drilling pilot holes prior to installing under truck.
Was very skeptical but turned out awesome!
I had bondoed it up in years past and thought I could just work with what I had done but quickly realized to trust in the quick covers and removed everything until it was awful looking. I used the inner rocker brackets they supply and installed the quick covers and live them!!!
My son just got his permit to drive. I gave him my 2006 Silverado that is in excellent shape except for the rockers. I installed quick covers and they look great. Saves hours of work welding new rockers in. It is my sons first car and who knows what will happen to the truck in the near future. Well worth the money and the black matches the rest of the trim on the truck. Excellent product, simple and easy installation. Anyone can do it.
They fit perfectly, were easy to install and made the appearance of my truck look amazing, The 3M tape that came with the kit STICKS, so make sure of the placements. Highly recommend this product.
I absolutely loved it. It took quite a while for me to get them on because I had to do a lot of cleaning of the rust and prepping and also had a few bolts strip on me and taking off my running boards but that had nothing to do with the product that I was using. I think the rocker panel covers were awesome. And they look phenomenal they fit great definitely would recommend for anybody.
The Prep time took most of the time and i appreciate the how - to videos!! Trucks looks soo much better. I have had new rockers welded in place only to have the rust come back on another vehicle so i was not interested in that long expensive option. This 2003 (its April 2021 now) Michigan truck only had 119k miles and the rockers are rusted Bad. The OAM Quick Covers went on easy - tip i used was to tape the red tag ends to the outer surface so they did not wander when putting the covers in place. The truck is black so the black pre-coated covers were selected. AMAZING look now. The fit is perfect and combined with new fender flares, the truck is something i am proud of again. And back to the Grease and wax - i feel that the rust is treated as best it can be, and even though we all know you cannot beat rust, the covers will finish out the life of this powertrain.. Many Thanks !!
Prep pretty straight forward with cut off wheel getting rid the old rust. Needed to make a couple angel pieces to make a solid pinch weld very willing to pay extra to have them bolt on. Once prepped and painted twenty minutes each side to install.Will do it again.
I could not be happier with the slip on rocker panels that have the high cab corners. I had my local body shop put them on for me, and they were as impressed with the quality and appearance as I was. They look absolutely fantastic! Considering to replace the rocker panels with actual new ones would cost close to $3700.00 for a 2004 truck, even the body shop I go to said this was an excellent solution. GREAT PRODUCT!