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JCR OffRoad Stage II Rock Sliders

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MSRP: $269.00
Average Price: $265.16
Manufacturer: JCR OffRoad
Recommended?
Yes: 16 / No: 3

JCR Stage II Rock Sliders bolt up with 13 bolts on each side(4 bolts on each of the two mounting plates and 5 along the pinch seam).They stick out enough to use for steps as well(difference between stage I and stage IIs)

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T1ckt0ck
Registered User
T1ckt0ck's Reviews
12-26-2013, 09:59 AM
Price: $275.00
Pros: Great fit. Welds are awesome
Cons: None
Recommended? Yes

Comments: Shipping was a little slow but considering the items are not made until they are ordered I didn't have a huge problem waiting (little over 2 weeks). Purchased on the pre-Black Friday sale, plus free shipping. Can't wait to add their bumpers.


XJsportG

Registered User
XJsportG's Reviews
04-01-2013, 10:20 PM
Price: $270.00
Pros: Awesome, Great price, Strong and takes a beating.
Cons: Takes a little to make them Fit.
Recommended? Yes

Comments: Awesome, Great price, Strong and takes a beating.


Order them, took 12 days for building, 3 days for shipping. Painted them and had them installed in 2 days.


MoabWJ
Registered User
MoabWJ's Reviews
02-12-2013, 10:13 PM
Price: $275.00
Pros: stout, take a beating, hi-lift-able
Cons: none
Recommended? Yes

Comments: They're great!


206wj
Registered User
206wj's Reviews
01-06-2013, 09:18 PM
Price: $400.00
Pros: great coverage, solid, comes with hardware
Cons: Some fitment issues
Recommended? Yes

Comments: Most used mod on my rig. Install was a pain due to the length of the mounting arms being a bit short and not quite meeting up to the frame.


Prosonic

Registered User
Prosonic's Reviews
08-23-2012, 12:54 AM
Price: $270.00
Pros: Heavy duty
Cons: Horrible tolerances
Recommended? No

Comments: I can't stress just how difficult it was to install these. The instructions on JCR's site where great.
However the best instructions in the world can not make up for pieces that aren't made correctly.
The legs that attach to the "frame" where easily .25" too short. This meant that I had to rely on the self tapping screws to try and pull the arms closer to the uni-rails. There is still a gap at the bottom of the plate because I don't want to chance ripping the screws out.
So far, all of the JCR armor I have purchased has had some annoying fitment issues.
I will not be spending anymore money with them.


Jarod5
Registered User
Jarod5's Reviews
07-10-2012, 05:22 PM
Price: $440.00
Pros: Looks badass
Cons: heavy
Recommended? Yes

Comments: Very good craftsmanship


4Doors
Registered User
4Doors's Reviews
04-29-2012, 12:56 PM
Price: $293.00
Pros: SOLID! Great welds, very strong, excellent construction, love the pinch weld bolts. Installation was not difficult.
Cons: I would prefer to have a nut plate on the inside of the frame rail, but the self tappers seem to be strong enough. A right angle drill would be helpful but I did just fine with my regular drill motor.
Recommended? Yes

Comments: My WJ rails came with a trim plate to put between the mounting plate and the frame rail. To drill the mounting plate bolt holes in the frame rail, I recommend using a large c-clamp to hold that trim plate tightly against the frame and then use the holes in that plate to drill your mounting holes. Even after using a punch to put a starter divot in the upper holes I was a bit nervous that my bit would walk away until I used the clamp. The pinch weld holes are simple to drill out. Overall the installation was not difficult for one person and these rails are incredibly solid. It only took about 3 weeks from order to delivery. The Stage II sliders definitely stick out far enough to comfortably use as a step rail, are completely rigid in regards to mounting to the body, and look fantastic.


Gajeepxj
Registered User
Gajeepxj's Reviews
02-05-2012, 04:48 PM
Price: $300.00
Pros: Very Heavy Duty
Cons: Mounts
Recommended? No

Comments: Hard to install, not very precise, and did not trust mounting bolts after three of them stripped out at 35lbs of torque. So I welded them on. These are awesome now.


Jeeperstevier
Registered User
Jeeperstevier's Reviews
04-23-2011, 04:50 PM
Price: $230.00
Pros: Very tuff and well built
Cons: none.
Recommended? Yes

Comments: Having a friend or a jackstand will help out.. Was missin a couple bolts but that was ups's fault.. Nothing the hardware store couldn't fix...


katuah

Registered User
katuah's Reviews
12-27-2010, 01:24 PM
Price: $175.00
Pros: Heavy duty
Cons: None that I've found yet
Recommended? Yes

Comments: Beefy. Can't go wrong with these.


theducksguts

Registered User
theducksguts's Reviews
12-14-2010, 03:47 PM
Price: $219.00
Pros: Simple construction, built to order, shipped raw steel.
Cons: no powder coat option, fitment issues due to each set being a bit different
Recommended? Yes

Comments: I bought these because of the simplicity. I wish I had been able to make them myself though. They are a good time tested design and the price was right.


T4STE
Registered User
T4STE's Reviews
11-13-2010, 06:49 PM
Price: $200.00
Pros: mounts and fits great. well made, real beef
Cons: none
Recommended? Yes

Comments: pure beef. fits and mounts great. works well as a step also


JeepWJ

Registered User
JeepWJ's Reviews
06-13-2010, 10:47 AM
Price: $270.00
Pros: BEEFY. Good lateral protection
Cons: Unpainted (not necessarily a con), may need spacers to fit
Recommended? Yes

Comments: I won't comment on their offroad performance, as I haven't tried them yet. Others claim they're really good. Just looking at them, I can tell they offer GREAT lateral protection (that's why I chose them over, say, IRO's), and they're really beefy. Shipping weight was 104 lb!

The sliders came unpainted, which is fine, but keep that in mind. Some other sliders come to your door painted, but you will have to spend the extra time painting these.

The sliders were NOT easy to install. Some JCR sliders' unibody attachment arms are about 1/4" too short; my fronts were, and I ended up needing to make some spacers for them. I've heard other people have gotten free spacers from JCR, but mine was a weekend install, and I chose to make the spacers myself, rather than to delay the install. All in all, it worked out ok.


Paraleyes

Registered User
Paraleyes's Reviews
05-22-2010, 10:17 PM
Price: $265.00
Pros: Stage III Super Sliders - Super Tough Made from 3/16" Material
Cons: Please see my review comments for more information regarding JCR Offroad. I do have to admit, from my experience with these guys, I can not recommend them to anyone personally. However, if you were to ONLY buy their sliders and NOTHING else, I could see how you would be satisfied with them. If it weren't for all their other mess ups, I would give this product a "good" rating as well as recommend it.
Recommended? No

Comments: JCR's quality control is by far the worst I have seen. I ordered nearly their entire product line and I had major problems with each and every item I ordered. Most requiring major modifications to make them work and all of which were very disappointing. The worst part of it was that they would not accept responsibility for any of their mistakes giving me delayed responses of being "within acceptable tolerances."

If you are in the market for any of JCR Offroad's products, I would strongly advise against it! Please see my build thread for multiple pictures and detailed explanations regarding my dealings with them and their front and rear bumpers, sliders, quarter panel armor and 1-ton steering. There are so many other great manufacturers out there to choose from. I wouldn't recommend JCR to my worst enemy.

However, out of all the products I ordered from JCR Offroad, their Stage III Super Sliders required very little cleaning up and they also bolted up with very little messing around.


Ronron2112
Registered User
Ronron2112's Reviews
07-12-2009, 08:20 PM
Price: $295.00
Pros: Great Welds, Great Price, Super Strong
Cons: My hardware kit wasnt quite complete. SLight variations in angles.
Recommended? Yes

Comments: THey were easily installed and fir pretty well. My hardware kit wasnt complete tho. Havent really banged them off rocks yet, but they seem really strong.


GrayBomb
Registered User
GrayBomb's Reviews

02-24-2009, 01:01 PM
JCR OffRoad Stage II Rock Sliders
Price: $160.00
Recommended? Yes

Comments: Built great, welds are nice and heavy. Bought never installed from another member


Bama_WJ

Web Wheeler
Bama_WJ's Reviews

02-11-2009, 12:43 AM
JCR OffRoad Stage II Rock Sliders
Price: $269.00
Recommended? Yes

Comments: Simply awesome. I broke these sliders in real nice on my last trip to Badlands. They will take a beating and ask for more. Highly recommended.

A bit tough to install without a right angle drill, but very much worth it.


mtnxj

Registered User
mtnxj's Reviews

12-06-2008, 08:59 PM
JCR OffRoad Stage II Rock Sliders
Price: $212.00
Recommended? Yes

Comments: Excellent quality and great customer service. These are hands down an excellent modification for any XJ from stock to extremely built.


HavenSOV
Registered User
HavenSOV's Reviews

11-07-2008, 08:38 PM
JCR OffRoad Stage II Rock Sliders
Price: $220.00
Recommended? Yes

Comments: Great sliders, would recommend to any XJ owner. Saved my sides more then once.



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