Offroad Armor

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Hey guys I've been looking for pre-cut "offroad armor" - it consists of several magnetic sheets cut to the shape of the vehicle and allowing for door openings, etc. that sticks to the body and protects against scratches offroad. I know at least 1 member of this group cut some himself. I haven't found anything pre-cut for the 80, but I ran across this company's website where they make it for Heeps. Checkout:
http://www.offroadarmor.com/avail1.html

They say they can make some for other vehicles if there is enough interest, so anyone interested please visit the website and email them at:
requests@offroadarmor.com
to let them know. If there is enough interest, hopefully they will make the product available soon.

No affiliation, just came up in a web search.
 

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If your idea of wheeling is rolling your truck (Wrench) and/or breaking every part of your truck at least once (Junk), I guess you don't need this kind of protection. For the rest of us, it's something worth considering.
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Take one each.
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Yes we are not wussies! We wheel our trucks hard! I saw Mike...err...Junk wheel his truck where rock buggies on 42in swamper went.
 
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Yes, we need paint armor. When we take the wifes walmart cruiser and hit the overgrown trails, we still want a warm place ta sleep :-* :flipoff2:
 
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Yes, we need paint armor. When we take the wifes walmart cruiser and hit the overgrown trails, we still want a warm place ta sleep :-* :flipoff2:
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You need more cruisers!!!!!!!!!
 
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Anyone have any field reports on these as regards how good they are etc.

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a guy in wasatch cruisers runs it....safado might be more help on identifying who it is...... sorry i am with wrench....sounds........ GAY
 

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bedliner the whole thing :cheers:
 
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easy solution is to get one for you and let the wife keep the pristine one!!!!!. I might have scratches on mone but I would have to wash it to check it out.
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I was woundering if adding extra coats of clearcoat would keep the sceaches of the base coat? than just buff out the surface scraches.
 
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I've heard the magnets can come off a lot.

If a branch catches them right they peel right off (what I heard anyway) and you're stoping a lot to pick your magnets up off the trail :D

Is this true Scott? Do they stay on well?

and...where did you get them?
 

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