1999-2006 Silverado/Sierra EXTENDED CAB

$399.00

SKU: 1999-2006-silverado/sierra-extended-cab Categories: , , ,

Description

CAB+ROCKER KIT

(NOT applicable to 3-door models)

Made of high-impact ABS plastic. Quick Covers are tough, paintable, and super low profile. The seam is nearly invisible because it is tucked right into the factory body line. No welding required.

1-Piece Cab + Rocker Design.

Fits all 1999 through 2006 (+2007 Classic) Silverado’s & Sierra’s with the EXTENDED cab configuration.

Kit includes:

Left and Right Cab+Rocker Covers
3M Adhesive Tape
Rivets
Prep pads

NOT INCLUDED: Quick Bracket Kit. Trucks with excessive rust on the inner rocker will require a special bracket kit, available separately.

Additional information

Weight 320 oz
Dimensions 78 × 7 × 18 in

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18 thoughts on “1999-2006 Silverado/Sierra EXTENDED CAB

    1. Glen, covers for the 1996 aren’t available yet but we are working on them! They should be available within a few months.

    1. Price is for a complete kit which includes a pair of Quick Covers (right and left) as well as attachment hardware (tape and rivets).

  1. Will you be developing a kit for the 1999 Silverado k1500 3-door?
    Description
    CAB & ROCKER COVERS – COMPLETE KIT

    Cab & Rocker Covers for all 1999 through 2006 Silverado’s & Sierra’s with the EXTENDED cab configuration. Kit includes:

    Left and Right Cab+Rocker Covers
    3M Adhesive Tape
    Rivets
    Prep pads

    (NOT applicable to 3-door models)

    1. Wade, you can call me at 515-686-9301 to order one side. We do plan to develop a cover for the drivers side 3-door model in 2019.

  2. Is this available in Canada to? If not what would the price be to have a kit delivered into Canada? Your price + delivery = my total price is?

    1. Joe, we are currently working to come up with a cost-effective option in Canada. With shipping and current exchange rates it puts your price over $500 Canadian per kit. If you are still interested, let me know and I’ll get you a hard quote. Otherwise, we will have to wait until we get a distributor in Canada.

    1. The plastic is roughly the same thickness as a fender flare. It has to be relatively thin in order to clear the door gaps, but it’s tough enough to handle gravel roads and minor impacts.

    1. Jeff,

      We do. For a full set of rockers it would add about $450. For just cab corners it would add about $250. At this time that is the most cost-effective paint option we have. We would need the paint code of the vehicle to do that.

      Thanks,

      Zach

  3. I plan on spraying the lower half of my truck with plasti-dip, with these covers will I still need to use the raw plastic primer or will the plasti-dip adhere to it as is.
    Thanks.

    1. They would still need to be primed first. We have it available in aerosol for your convenience. Just leave a note during checkout that you need it.

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