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Unread 01-07-2015, 11:15 PM   #1
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mopar rock sliders 82212157

whats every ones takes on these, i'm thinking of putting them on a 2014 billet silver overland diesel. just want peoples opinion on how they think they would look.


p.s. if anyone has a pic of theirs with them share it please, would love to see a billet silver overland with them, but cant seem to find any pictures online.

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Unread 01-08-2015, 07:11 AM   #2
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Just do a google image search:

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Unread 01-08-2015, 07:16 AM   #3
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There are links to both mopar an rr sliders and tube bars in the modification thread sticky... Black ones however. There may be a chrome photo in the picture thread.
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Unread 01-08-2015, 07:56 AM   #4
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mopar rock sliders 82212157

What's the largest tire you can run on these jeeps. Those look aftermarket

Also how much are the RR sliders


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Unread 01-08-2015, 09:11 AM   #5
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What's the largest tire you can run on these jeeps. Those look aftermarket


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Check the wheel and tire fitment sticky thread and other wheel and tire sticky threads for discussion. The answer depends of tire manufacture and model, wheel backspacing, how much fender you want to trim and bend and your definition of fit. Details are in the threads, discussed often.
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Unread 01-08-2015, 03:07 PM   #6
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They are a really solid bit of gear and a PIA to fit. Ended up getting the dealer to fit them before we took delivery.
They also come in handy in a tight parking space. I put the Jeep into OR2 for the a$$hats who open their doors wide.
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Unread 01-08-2015, 07:31 PM   #7
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Ditto, solid rock rails, took my dealer a lot of time to get them on and then I had to bring it back b/c they caused some mild body damage in the process. So they are not "bolt on", if you r buying for looks or as a step dont bother, if you need for off road then yes they are hard core. To do it over prob would have gone with RROutfitters ones. also, they are not true powder coated and sand and pebbles from the tires take the textured paint off pretty easily. The dealer touched them up with bedliner which has held up worse. I will likely recoat them myself in the spring.
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Unread 01-09-2015, 10:31 AM   #8
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I have the trailhawk rails and love it. No tube on the side to stick out (no door ding protection though) but definitely a must and some skid plates if you go out on rocky trails.
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Protection from rocks

I plan to take my Jeep on unimproved roads. Before I knew rock rails existed, I purchased the chrome step rails as shown in the picture.

Is there is a way to add something that would protect the sides from rock damage?

Or should I replace these rails for something else?
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I plan to take my Jeep on unimproved roads. Before I knew rock rails existed, I purchased the chrome step rails as shown in the picture. Is there is a way to add something that would protect the sides from rock damage? Or should I replace these rails for something else?
I think you answered your own question here....rock rails are what you need. Those side steps may end up doing more damage if if you high center than not having anything there at all.
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I just don't myself taking my new Jeep on a road that there is a potential to high-center. I will be on unimproved road and sand, going through washouts, to get to places to make photographs. So, I suppose there is always a potential, but I can always turn around if the hazard is significant.

I need to clarify what I meant by 'rock damage.' I was not referring to large rock that my Jeep is traversing, but to small rocks that are kicked up from the tires. I will have mud flaps installed tomorrow, are those enough?
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