When building up and driving an offroad vehicle, you will inevitably end up pushing yourself on more and more challenging terrain. Once you reach a certain difficulty level, it will no longer be possible to traverse those trails without having the bumpers, door sills and undercarriage of your vehicle hit rocks, dirt banks and tree stumps on the trail. The solution is to install rock sliders, skid plates and stronger offroad bumpers. However let’s be honest, to get a vehicle fully armored up is a costly affair. Do you whip up some basic homemade bumpers in your garage, do you slowly piece together expensive pre-fabricated armor one item at a time, or do you go with something in between?