Corner Guard Backing Plates

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Corner Guard Backing Plates for any GenRight Corners


This is the CNR-7000, Corner Guard Backing Plates (pair) by GenRight Off Road.

These are used to reinforce the top AND side mounting area of the Corner Guard on your Jeep.

Simply put them on the inside of the tub, in place of the fender washers. They will also help to pull the body flat up against the top of the corner guard, to keep dirt & debris out from between the body and the corner guard. Effectively sandwiching the rear body/tub panel between the corner guard and this backing plate.


  • Works with all models of GenRight CJ, YJ, TJ & LJ corner guards.
  • Reinforces the side and top edge of the tub.
  • Laser Cut from 3/16" thick steel.
  • CNC formed to a 90 degree "L" shape for superior strength.
  • Pre-drilled to match the top three holes along the top edge of our corner guards.
  • Extra set of holes allows you to zip tie any wires or air lines you have running to the rear of the Jeep.
  • Mounted with the hardware supplied with any of our "full" corner guards.
  • Easy to install.
  • 100% Made in U.S.A.!

Additional NOTES:

  • Highly recommended for use with Aluminum Corner Guards.
  • Sold in pairs
  • Sold un-painted.
  • Requires no additional drilling.
  • Can only be used in areas where there are no Rivnuts.
  • Helps to correct or flatten previous tub damage.

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1 Review

  • 5
    Worth the price for an extra level of certainty

    Posted by Zachary Guptill on Aug 8th 2021

    You don't realize how thin the tub of a Jeep is until you drill into it. I put these on with the standard wheel base aluminum corner guards for my TJ and I'm glad I did. It might be a bit of extra money but it takes away some of the stress as to if they will hold up for a long time. I'm not sure how a TJ tub would last over a few years with out these but for a minimal price its not worth finding out. They don't stick out from under the inner lip of the tub so unless you know they are there you wont notice them. You may have to cut the carpet around them slightly just because it sits right were a lot of carpet kits tuck up against the tub but that's a small task compared to fixing a damaged tub down the line.