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Old 2nd-May-2009, 11:17 AM   #1
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Ever hear of PSP Roller Rockers??

I have been running these rockers on my car for a while and have'nt had any problems with them. They are also pretty quiet. I was just wondering if anybody has ever heard of them?

I paid $150 for the set with poly-locks.



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I think mine may have been made by the same company.
Mine are engraved with "350" and "1.5". Mine are supposed to be stainless steel. I assume they are probably Asian made. They are popular at the swap meets around here.
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I think mine may have been made by the same company.
Mine are engraved with "350" and "1.5". Mine are supposed to be stainless steel. I assume they are probably Asian made. They are popular at the swap meets around here.
Mine are made of Aluminum. They are probably all made by the same company.
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Looks like scorpion rockers to me
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On second look you're right. Mine look more like the Comp stainless rockers.
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