Our Marketing Team Hates Us
Quick Covers panels fit so well, you can’t even tell they’re on. It’s difficult to show this in marketing pictures—most customers can’t believe it’s the same truck. The painted panels look like metal, and fit almost seamlessly onto the truck. 11 years of experimentation has led to this day.
At Shaffer’s Auto Body (the place where the idea of Quick Covers was born), our special power was performing top notch auto body repair with amazing customer service. We were one of the only shops willing to accept rust work. Our name spread far and wide as people came to get their rusty trucks fixed. But we hated it.
We love automobiles. It’s our passion. Pulling someone’s prized truck apart to fix a small part of it hurt us. We’d hate to do it to our own cars. At that time, there was no better option. Those who could afford it, shelled out thousands of dollars and left behind the cars for days straight. We had to turn many away.
There had to be a better way. We tinkered with experiments, each one better than the last but still not good enough. First came customized steel rocker panel covers to cover the rust. Then came the stainless steel ones to prevent rusting from spreading.
That was a phenomenal development, but it still wasn’t an affordable option for most truck owners.
Why Not Steel?
We zeroed down on 14 materials, and then tested 7 for structural strength and impact resistance. The ABS plastic was the clear winner in all these tests. This brought the cost of production down immensely. We could provide all car owners with this amazing advancement—easy to install, affordable, and customizable. Part of us wanted to keep this for ourselves. A larger part of us wanted to share this phenomenal development with automobile lovers like us across the United States. We separated the product from the body shop, and quickly built up a solid customer base.
Made in the USA 🇺🇸
When we started out, we had zero experience in plastic thermoforming - which is the manufacturing process we use to make our covers. We can’t share too much without giving away trade secrets, but what we can tell you is that making a product that looks and fits perfectly turned out to be an order of magnitude more difficult than we thought it would be. The engineering process and manufacturing process is something we failed at multiple times. We tried outsourcing several different times with different people , and spent tens of thousands of dollars. It was all for naught. The results were basically the same crappy quality of products that were already on the market. If we wanted to make a superior product, we learned the hard way, we’d have to make it ourselves.
Today, we design, engineer, and manufacture all our products in the USA.
What To Expect
Slip On Rocker Panel + Cab Corner Cover - Complete Kit
The Extended 4-door has 2 full doors and 2 half doors that fold out toward the back of the truck. These can only be accessed when the front full doors are open.
You will get the complete Kit:
- Left and Right Slip On Rocker Panel + Cab Corner Covers
- 3M Adhesive Tape
- Prep pads
- Detailed Installation Instructions
This product is for cosmetic use only. (Why?)
|Sierra 1500||1999-2006 (+07 Classic)||Extended Cab|
|Sierra 2500||1999-2006 (+07 Classic)||Extended Cab|
|Sierra 2500 HD||2001-2006 (+07 Classic)||Extended Cab|
|Sierra 3500||2001-2006 (+07 Classic)||Extended Cab|
|Silverado 1500||1999-2006 (+07 Classic)||Extended Cab|
|Silverado 2500||1999-2006 (+07 Classic)||Extended Cab|
|Silverado 2500 HD||2001-2006 (+07 Classic)||Extended Cab|
|Silverado 3500||2001-2006 (+07 Classic)||Extended Cab|
Easy to install and look great too. They are exactly what you need to cover rusty rockers. I was concerned about my grandkids climbing in and out, problem solved!
They were shipped very fast . They were easy to install. And they really look great.
Overall great product. I was hesitant to spend this much money on a set of rockers (for an old truck) but now that I’ve finished installing them, I am so glad I did. Fit and finish was perfect.