Putco Stainless Steel Rocker Panels Customer Reviews
18 Customer Reviews
It's your rig, and you want it to look as fly as the Fresh Prince of Bel Air. That's gonna take two main ingredients: plenty of razzle-dazzle and some stout protection against knicks, scuffs and dings. Kill both of those birds with one gleaming stone: Putco Stainless Steel Rocker Panels.
Crafted with both rock defense and stylish good looks in mind, Putco Stainless Steel Rocker Panel trim adds a shielding layer of brilliantly polished metal along the bottom of your ride. Not only do they fight off kicked-up road crud from blemishing your finish, but they also add serious style that'll turn heads from Philadelphia all the way to LA.
Unlike chintzy chrome rocker panels, your Putco Stainless Rocker Panels are constructed from premium slabs of pure T-304 stainless steel. Plus, they're completely custom sized for your vehicle, and they boast a simple, no-drill mount using automotive-grade 3M adhesive. Best yet, Putco backs your Stainless Steel Rocker Panels with a rockin' Lifetime Warranty.
18 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Richard R (LAKE GROVE, NY) Reviewed for a 2013 Dodge Ram — Jun 18, 2014 4:08 AM
I receive my rocker panels in two days only problem it looked liked Fed-x ran over it first. I had the body shop install the first door and since the panel was bowed due to shipping it left waves which were visible after removing the white protective coating. He check other pieces and found other door pieces bowed and 2 missing the protective plastic sheet causing the finished surfaces to scratch. It must have at one time been returned and without checking they sent it back out.
Reviewed by Brian H (Merrill, WI) Reviewed for a 2013 Ford F-150 — Apr 08, 2014 6:41 AM
Fast shipping, great product, awesome customer service. Panels fit perfectly and look fantastic, especially with my Tuxedo Black paint. After reading other reviews I decided to have a body shop install them. Could not ask for more. Get yourself a set today. You won't regret it.
Reviewed by Gil B (Kerrville, TX) Reviewed for a 2014 Dodge Ram — Mar 15, 2014 1:42 PM
It would have been nice to see the actual panel installation on a 2o14 dodge ram crew cab. I think I any have screwed and installed # 5 panel on the front of the bed backwards. It looks Ok ; but it does look a bit strange. That 3 m stuff is not forgiving if you slip during installation. UGH,UGh. Putco puts out good stuff ; but remember you can never overdo picture installations and simple words of instruction for SIMPLE PEOPLE
Reviewed by Arthur H (Ormond Beach, FL) Reviewed for a 2013 GMC Sierra — Feb 12, 2014 4:34 PM
Overall okay. two panels are too small-the ones in front and back of the doors-only sent me 2 small strips instead of 2 that should cover more surface.The video that is posted on the web,on how to install the panels, was more harmful than useful; stripping off the backing bit by bit instead of entirety was a mistake.Too bad too that the panels could not have been wider as well.
Reviewed by James C (Auburndale, FL) Reviewed for a 2013 Dodge Ram — Nov 21, 2013 5:19 AM
Received these panel at 3:00PM and had them installed by 4:30PM. Using masking tape to line them up and position them before I peeled the back off the mounting tape for perfect alignment. They look great. It added just enough to really set off a difference from most.
Reviewed by Cesar M (Norristown, PA) Reviewed for a 2011 Chevy Camaro — Nov 11, 2013 1:01 PM
they look great. A great fit. When you install, and before you remove the back peel of the tape, duct tape the panel to the body (where you plan to have it stuck to) because its very sticky and hard to peel off without bending them, (jack up the side you are working on as to see the panels perfect fit as you peel off and stick on).
Reviewed by Thomas F (Sierra Vista, AZ) — Oct 15, 2013 6:55 AM
The discription and picture call them a 5 1/2 in panel, and the picture shows a constant size from front to back. Although they look great they have a sweep on the bottom edge from front to back and are far from 5 1/2 in in size. Not quite as pictured and advertised.
Reviewed by Karen G (Morral, OH) Reviewed for a 2012 Chevy Silverado — Sep 05, 2013 1:26 PM
I am dissatisfied with the rocker panels that I ordered. When installing, they were difficult, to say the least. The pieces were all too short, leaving big gaps in between. The front pieces, between the wheel and door, did not fit AT ALL! There is a seam there, and the chrome piece is straight. I did not end up putting it on, it looked awful.