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 !!
My truck needed to be inspected by the end of March, I didn't realize there was a hole in the drivers side rocker panel, I kinda panicked its a 2004 pickup and I didn't want to spend a bundle. I was told about your covers and ordered them immediately along with the grease and rust inhibitor, I got everything in a couple of days and waited for a break in the weather, it was still cold in Pennsylvania. The last Saturday was decent and I got a little help from my son in law and my son, meaning I wasn't going to do anything. Hahaha!! We cleaned up the rust greased what we could sprayed the rust inhibitor on then did something a little different we caulked the surface with a couple beads of gorilla adhesive, just to cut down on any motion. We then completed as required. They turned out awsome, no speaking no motion and most of all no hole. Thank you for your product. By the way both sides done in 2.5 hours.