Chrysler Town and Country With Long WheelBase 2001-2007, Lower Dog Leg by Sherman®. Don't ignore scratched, chipped, or rusty rocker panels just because they're out of the average line of sight. Make your vehicle's appearance perfect in every detail with Sherman rocker panels that are designed with OE quality and durability in mind.
- Factory original quality at a reasonable price
- Ensures OEM look, function, and durability
- Backed by a limited lifetime warranty
Rocker panels are the lowest body panels, so they are susceptible to scratches, dents, and chips left by stones and gravel. As these panels are located close to the ground and almost hidden from the eye, a damage is often ignored, but when it comes to a show-quality look of your vehicle, every part matters. If your rocker panels are seriously damaged, it could be not only a cosmetic but also a safety issue, as they play an important role in the structural integrity of the underbody. With Sherman, it's easy to restore your vehicle's look and still have cash in your wallet as it offers replacement parts that ensure OE quality and long-term performance.
Whether you own a vintage car or a new family vehicle, Sherman carries the right replacement parts for a variety of years and models. Thanks to Sherman, the owners of old and rare vehicles don't need to scour the boneyards in search of a quality donor or modify panels from other models. Sherman offers replacement body parts that fit, function, and install the same as the original but cost much less, so the owners of newer models can get OE-quality rocker panels without paying high dealer prices. Most Sherman rocker panels provide a direct fit for ease of installation, with no modifications needed. Slip-on rocker panels are basically patch panels and are flat. Factory type includes more metal but they could not be specific. Extended rocker panels extend to the rear wheel opening beyond the door.
Since 1981, Sherman® has been providing high-quality replacement auto body parts, panels, and accessories. With over 25,000 different body parts housed in a 110,000 square foot warehouse in Washington, Michigan, Sherman covers each and every car restoration need. The company offers premium parts for vehicles dating as far back as 1949 and stretching forward to include the latest models. What makes Sherman parts different is meticulous attention to detail, and an unwavering commitment to deliver exceptional value. That's why Sherman parts are all designed to provide a precise fit and manufactured by experienced automotive stampers, many of whom also supply OEM parts.