What are slip on rocker panels?
Slip-on rocker panels are an alternative to full welded panels. Slip-on rockers literally go overtop of the existing rocker panel. They are designed to follow the same contours of the original, but are slightly oversized so that they fit overtop.
How much does it cost to repair rusted rocker panels?
A rocker panel replacement may cost you anywhere between $50 and $250 on parts alone. Some items may be priced higher depending on the brand you choose. Labor may cost you around $1000 to $4000.
How much does it cost to replace rocker panels on a truck?
How Much Does a Rocker Panel Replacement Cost? A rocker panel replacement may cost you anywhere between $50 and $250 on parts alone. Some items may be priced higher depending on the brand you choose. Labor may cost you around $1000 to $4000.
What is a GMC repair panel?
These GMC/Chevy repair panels are designed to provide an exact replacement and have enough overlapping material to make sufficient contact during welding.
Where can I buy repair panels for a 1988 Chevy truck?
If you’re looking for repair panels for Chevy or GMC C/K pickup trucks made between 1988 and 1998, you’ve come to the right place. Insist on the best panel in the market. Order all your parts and panels at Carolina Classic Trucks today.
What kind of patch panels do you use for Chevy trucks?
Our sheet metal Chevy truck patch panels are EDP-coated (Electro deposit primer) to provide you with the best quality and durability you can find. In addition to Chevy/GMC repair panels for trucks and SUVs such as Blazers and Suburbans, we also offer replacement panels for many models of Chevrolet cars.
What is rust repair?
Rust Repair Panels and Patch Panels Rust is a reality for classic car and truck owners. Steel body parts are degraded over time by salt, grime, moisture and more.