post #1 of Old 10-30-2013, 04:29 PM Thread Starter
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2 door jk sliders steps and bumpers

I was looking to get slider or steps rocker protection. I am looking for black. Any pictures of 2 door JK with them would be great to see.

Brand and price or part # would be great. I would love to make my own but don't have the shop any more so buying them is what I'll have to do this time around.

Also I am trying to see what bumpers i want to get later on down the road. I want a rear with tire carrier and a winch one for the front.

Sliders/steps/rocker protection is first.
I'll have to sell the woman on the bumpers later
She is ok with the steps. She might use those .


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post #2 of Old 10-30-2013, 04:35 PM
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I was looking to get slider or steps rocker protection. I am looking for black. Any pictures of 2 door JK with them would be great to see.

Brand and price or part # would be great. I would love to make my own but don't have the shop any more so buying them is what I'll have to do this time around.

Also I am trying to see what bumpers i want to get later on down the road. I want a rear with tire carrier and a winch one for the front.

Sliders/steps/rocker protection is first.
I'll have to sell the woman on the bumpers later
She is ok with the steps. She might use those .
i personally am still using the rubi rails, but if you're looking for a step or a great rocker, id look at ACE, LOD, JCR, Poison Spyder, Metal Cloak, Off Road Evo etc. personal opinion, ace may be the best bang for your buck

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I just got ace engineering sliders from Jason at krawl offroad. He hooked me up! The install was super easy, (you will need a grinder) and they look great! Haven't tested them quite yet. But from what I've heard there sweet
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Thanks for the pics of the ACE sliders on your 2dr. I'm about to order these as well. Question - Wife needs to use the sliders as a step. Do you feel they work well as a step for someone to get in? I have the stock ones on now, but want to change them out. I have ACE bumpers (front and rear) and like their stuff, so figured I would go with them as well.
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Great for step. My wife is 5'6" and between grab handle and slider she has no problems.

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wow ACE looks great. How much?
Why the grinder?
Do the bolt or weld on?
I dont want to modify my NEW JK to much just yet. But those look really nice. Just what I am looking for.
Have to see how to order them.

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Jeeps were meant to be modified! Most the good heavy duty products out there require some sort of modification because stock mounting locations were just not as solid. Your best bet if you don't want to modify is the aftermarket version of the rubicon rail with the step. I think smittybilt makes them.

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wow ACE looks great. How much?
Why the grinder?
Do the bolt or weld on?
I dont want to modify my NEW JK to much just yet. But those look really nice. Just what I am looking for.
Have to see how to order them.
Bolt on, but you have to grind a washer. Watch this video.
[ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=srlvRZFnpgw[/ame]

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great video. that's easy. I like easy
I like those a lot.

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I installed a set of Genright rocker guards on my 4-door JK. They have a 2-door version as well. I like these because they have inner structure to keep from crushing and a nice big smooth surface to help slide over objects (rocks, trees etc.). They weren't cheap, but worth every penny in my book. They ship in RAW steel so you'll need to have them sandblasted and powder coated once you get them. They turned out NICE though! Took my buddy and I about a day to install (we went slow and drank beer).
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wow ACE looks great. How much? Why the grinder? Do the bolt or weld on? I dont want to modify my NEW JK to much just yet. But those look really nice. Just what I am looking for. Have to see how to order them.
Easy process. You just have to grind down the washer a bit. Look up ace rock rails installation. Super easy.

Went on in like 40 minutes. Only 5 bolts. Helpful with at least 2 people.
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4 bolts. Not 5, sorry
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