Now, that makes sense. I love the ones that go all out for the custom stainless ones with detachable turnbuckles made up at a sail riggers, for 200-300 bucks. I have probably put as many miles off road as alot of newbies have done on road, and in New England, there are plenty of overgrown trails. I wouldn't be following anyone so close that the would snap a limb back at me anyway, but I've never needed them anyway. The only thing I have given some thought to as far as limb damage is the four Hellas on the roof. I've been trying to design a good extension cage off the Defender's roll cage to cover that, but it isn't that pressing an issue.rmuller said:I've got limb risers on my truck.. I think it cost maybe $10 to make them from parts from home depot.. In NJ there are a lot of REAL tight trails, I know a ton of people (even Jeeps) who have had branches snap back and crack their windshields.. so I've definitely made great use of them. I also only attach them when I go wheeling.. when not in use, they are coiled up and stored under the hood.