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Unread 01-04-2013, 09:37 AM   #1
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Stock Wrangler Sport Unlimited with ACE Rock Sliders?

I need a step for my Stock Wrangler Sport and am considering ACE JK Rock Sliders. Anyone have these on a stock (no lift and stock tires) Wrangler?

I have a new 2013 I am trying to figure out how to handle. Would these on a stock machine be too close to the ground?

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Unread 01-04-2013, 10:46 AM   #2
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I need a step for my Stock Wrangler Sport and am considering ACE JK Rock Sliders. Anyone have these on a stock (no lift and stock tires) Wrangler?

I have a new 2013 I am trying to figure out how to handle. Would these on a stock machine be too close to the ground?

We outfitted a customer and his sliders (not ace)fit well on stock height. If you plan on wheelin', sliders are a must...

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We do a TON of the ACE Sliders. For the money, you can't beat them! THey do not hang low so being stock height would not be a issue. They will work just fine for what your looking to do my friend!

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Unread 01-04-2013, 11:54 AM   #4
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It seems that if you ask for a recommendation on sliders here on JF, people will always say to get ACE sliders. Personally, I really like them and eventually plan on making my own sliders and will use the ACE rock sliders mentioned above as a guide.
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Check out this thread. I posted a picture of my 2013 JKU with ACE Sliders http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f96/h...steps-1448126/
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These will be fine on a rig with no lift. Of all the rails with steps I think the Smittybilt are the only ones that hang as low as the framerails. The Ace rails are nowhere near that low.
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I need a step for my Stock Wrangler Sport and am considering ACE JK Rock Sliders. Anyone have these on a stock (no lift and stock tires) Wrangler?

I have a new 2013 I am trying to figure out how to handle. Would these on a stock machine be too close to the ground?
Buy them. You will be very happy with them and the only "hard" thing is to grind the washer down and then bolt them on. I had these on my stock rig before I had to make it grow. They are solid, lifetime warranty, great price, easy install, protect that flimsy rocker if you were to ever use them as actual rockers, and act as a step!
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