No problemo.. also the box steel rockers with the uniframe tie-ins nicely double as rollcage leg supports if you place the tie-ins at right places. Forgot to mention, nice work on the sliders
Thing is, I've just never been too big of a friend of ground-clearance-robbing bolt-on sliders - DIY or not. It's not how they look, it's how they function
Especially on a built Jeep like yours, weld- on versions that replace the sheetmetal rockers usually work better, and can also be built to look better and provide function all at the same time
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