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whiteglad

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i ordered direct from Rock Hard. They gave me a deal on shipping (last February) and fast delivery to the Fed Ex terminal local to me.





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I just got a message from them. 4 to 5 weeks from order time is the current expectation. Says they're very busy right now.
 

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I just got mine delivered on Thursday. It took almost 7 weeks to get. I went through quadratec as well. I was willing to wait to save the shipping cost. My advice is to be patient and then add some more patience to that. haha

They are a great product though and worth the wait.
I just ordered mine from Quadratech too......same price, but saved the $175 shipping cost from Rock Hard. Haven't received the order conformation yet, and I'm sure they wont be here in 11-14 days as stated......now, I just gotta stay away from other cars in parking lots til they get here !
 

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i ordered direct from Rock Hard. They gave me a deal on shipping (last February) and fast delivery to the Fed Ex terminal local to me.
I was going to order from Rock hard......but the $175 shipping nearly priced them out of it.....so I ordered from Q-tech, and kept the $175 in MY pocket. I'm sure it'll take a bit more time, but $175 is $175
 

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These are on my "very short" list, just can't decide on down or up angle. I think the down angled actually looks a bit better to me, but also wondering if anyone has used these as a jacking point? Want to make sure trail jacks can work with this down the line as I get into more serious offroad situations.
 

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I just ordered my angled up ones this morning. On to play the waiting game.
 

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Ordered mine yesterday...........maybe they'll show up by christmas
 

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Looks like mine is in town at the shippers. Hopefully, it'll be delivered this week. That being said, they're 10% off now at quadratec. I got mine for 5% off :( hahahaha

Just got the voicemail. They'll be here tomorrow :)

Done! Pain in the A!

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Came in today. By yourself they are a pain to install. I ended up stacking some weights on each side, laid down in the middle like I was doing a bench press and worked them in.

For the body bolts I heated each one up for a few minutes and took my time with a breaker bar. Rotating just a bit every time until they came off. The rear passenger one gave me the biggest fit. With all the snapping it made and taking forever to get off. I ended up just grabbing a rag, wrapping it around the bolt and pulled down using my body weight.
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