post #1 of Old 02-12-2012, 06:00 PM Thread Starter
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JcrOffroad Stage 2 Rock Sliders

Last week I purchased JcrOffroad's stage 2 rock sliders. The fit and finish of these are great. Lined right up very tight to the body!

They got broke in saturday at Wa****a offroad park in Missouri! They held up great with a couple hard rock hits. I actually was trying to find rocks to test them on which proved a challenge due to how close to the body they mount and how the extremely low amount of ground clearance you loose with them (1/4" maybe)

They took about 3 hours to initially install then a few more to paint and re-install. I highly recommend using an impact driver of some sort for the nut-sert installation. It made the install much easier and faster.

Heres how they showed up:



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Nut-serts installed:


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I would Definitely recommend these sliders to anyone wanting great looking, very strong, high clearance, and reasonably priced sliders! Another great JcrOffroad product added to my jeep

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Is there anything that does between the armor and the body? Always loved that look but worried about water getting trapped and rusting it out...
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post #3 of Old 02-12-2012, 06:09 PM Thread Starter
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I put rtv around all edges and just about everywhere between. I also put it on top so water wont naturally run down into it
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post #4 of Old 02-12-2012, 06:16 PM
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Nice!

Typically these kits (JCR, Poison Spyder,Genright, etc.) have gaskets and/or you can buy rubber gaskets for in-between the body and the plate. I don't think that would keep all of the water out anyways - you could alway coat the body/gasket/protection in grease before slapping it on or even silicone the top.

Personally, I plan on getting the Poison Spyder body protection and rock sliders this spring to match my bumpers. Oh, and flares...
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post #5 of Old 02-12-2012, 06:25 PM Thread Starter
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I liked the Poison spyder's as well but the rest of my jeep has Jcr stuff on it and they are half the price for just as good if not better craftsmanship!
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^^^^ Ja, I know. Went with PS in the first place, great stuff but pricey. Missed the JCR bus! Such is life. I'm a stickler when it comes to matching things up.
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Those look great dude. Been eyeing a set of those for my rig. Seeing how well they fit makes me want them even more.

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would those fit on my tj? im looking at the site and the only tj ones they have are the weld to the frame ones.
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would those fit on my tj? im looking at the site and the only tj ones they have are the weld to the frame ones.
They won't fit. However, we have TJ Crusader Sliders on our short list for prototyping! We should have them available before spring.

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post #10 of Old 02-14-2012, 07:14 AM
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Looking great! These from JCR are a great option for sliders. They are nice since the come with the body side armor!

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Gotta ask... How much for a set for a 2 dr jk?
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They are having a tax return sale right now. Heres the LINK to the sliders with price.
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The 2dr's are $379.00 and the 4dr's are $439.00! Heck of a deal.

Let us know if we can help you get setup!

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does anyone know if you have to have that krimping tool for the install? Oh yeah did you get like 2 long allen head screws and a bunch of short ones? Where do the 2 long allens go?
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You do not need a crimpiming tool. Just a bolt a couple washers and a bigger nut. As for the Allen heads mine were all the same length.
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