How to Replace a Rocker Panel?

Answer Because of the punishment that rocker panels receive on a daily basis, it is not uncommon to have to replace them, especially in later model vehicles. In addition, environmental conditions like rai... Read More »

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How to Replace the Rocker Panel in a 1966 Mustang?

The rocker panels on a 1966 Mustang are made of metal, but the clips along the bottom that hold the panels in place are plastic. A rocker panel is a piece of trim that runs along the frame of the c... Read More »

How to Replace the Rocker Panel in a Chevy Truck?

The rocker panels on your Chevy truck can wear out fairly easily over time due to the tremendous abuse they endure every day. If you live in an area at high risk for rust, then your rocker panels w... Read More »

How to Replace a Jeep Cherokee Rocker Panel?

Jeep Cherokees are made to go off-roading and be taken through extreme conditions. With all the possible mud, water and rocks being flung onto your Cherokee, the paint can chip easily and make your... Read More »

How to Replace the Rocker Panel in a 1973-1987 Chevy Truck?

The 1973 to 1987 model Chevy trucks were designed to have almost identical parts for the entire 14 year production span. The body sections, including the rocker panels, were flat, long and made of ... Read More »