I don't see how. Just buy some 3/16" steel angle iron drill some holes and paint them. Done!
They're not straight. The factory ones use several pieces welded and I think Shrock uses one bent piece? Not sure on that. You might be able to use regular angle and use washers to space out the curved parts?
2002 Super Black 5 Speed 4x4 Lift/Suspension: AC Shackles and UCAs, Extended Bilsteins, 2" BL Armor: front ARB Bumper, rear Skid Row bumper with custom tire carrier Steering: Bandit 4x4 idler arm bushings, AC HD TRAs, Calmini IAB; Moog TREs and 555 centerlink Wheels/Tires: 33x12.5x15 Goodyear Duratracs, desert runner wheels Performance: K&N intake, Doug Thorley headers, Magnaflow muffler Electronics: backup camera, Pioneer head unit, JBL 770w amp, JL Audio 12" W0, rear Sony Xplods
They are really simple to make. I normally like to do a CAD design, but these were just done in the fly. That link has all the measurements you need to make them.
I just towed a trailer from Phoenix to Albuquerque with no noticeable issues.
2004 5-Speed Manual, 4x4
* 2" Body Lift
* Custom-Built Rear Bumper w/Hitch
* Hand-built Frame Stiffeners
* Bilstein HD Shocks (Amazing difference in the ride)
* PML (Gained 1" in the front and 1.5" in the rear)
* 33" Cooper Discoverer ATP's in 285/75/R16 on Stock Wheels (Great tires so far)
* DIY Timing Belt Change (What fun...)
* Custom Sliders Pending...