The traditional rocker has been done and done again, it is time for something new!! Here it is. The Billy Rocker offers a new look along with an impact absorption zone. By using a combination of pieces we have developed the ultimate in rocker protection. Titan Tub Armor is the foundation for the Billy. The Tub Armor attaches directly to the body to help distribute the force from impacts and protects the side of the Jeep from any rogue rocks not found by the outer wrap. The space frame is then attached to the underside of the body and the Tub Armor. The space frame actually absorbs impacts and transfers the force along the Tub Armor. The final component to the Billy Rocker is the outer wrap. The outer wrap is the first line of defense. This piece not only attaches to the space frame but it also goes underneath the vehicle and attaches to the body mounts. By attaching to the body mounts we have been able to create a mini boat side that protects the body mounts completely and gives a nice flat surface to slide over obstacles. All of the components are made from 3/16" aluminum which means at the end of the day there is 9/16" of material between the body and the rocks. Never before has there been a rocker that provides this much protection.
You can confidently install these Rockers knowing they have been constructed from quality materials by the craftsmen at Nemesis Industries. Using a water jet the Tub Armor, Space Frame and Outer Wrap are cut from 3/16" aluminum sheet. The pieces are then dried, cleaned, and sanded to remove any dross (slag) leftover from the cutting process. Forming of the pieces is handled by our CNC press brake, using tooling developed by our resident tool and die maker. The parts are then welded and metal finished providing a seamless finish. Upon completion the parts are inspected to ensure a precise fit.
- Titan Tub Armor is required to install the Billy Rocker. See below for link to Titan Tub Armor.
- Billy Rocker is available in black powder coat, textured black powder coat, custom powder coat, and color match paint.
Installation can be handled by the average home installer, and can be completed in four hours for the pair, using basic hand tools and a drill. If you ever have a question during the installation process our skilled technicians will be available during business hours to answer any questions you may have.