The Classic Sliders are tried and true, giving you maximum strength and protection for your Jeep's rocker panels.
• Cut and formed from 2x2x3/16" box tubing.
• 1 3/4" round outer tubing.
• Includes mounting hardware.
• Sold in pairs.
• Gussets act as a step for each door.
• Includes JcrOffroad Sticker.
• Not compatible with body lifts.
• Not compatible with Rubicon Rails.
• Hand built in the USA!
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Q Joe D'Anna • 07/16/2020, 2:45:36 PM what are the torque specs for the OEM bolts you mount it with?
A 07/21/2020, 3:41:07 PM The body mount bolts are 92 ft/lbs
Q Philip • 11/13/2020, 10:13:29 AM These are true rock sliders? Nothing to get hung up on underneath? Do you have any detailed pictures of clearance to compare to stock rubi rails?
A 11/16/2020, 10:00:05 AM They are true rock sliders and much stronger that the Rubi rails. Sorry we don't have any comparison photos at this time.
Q Ron Ortiz • 11/30/2020, 4:39:11 PM Do the work in conjunction with the Rubi Rails?
A 12/04/2020, 12:00:43 PM No, you will have to remove the Rubi rails.
Q Eddie Ybarra • 10/06/2021, 11:49:57 AM What is the weight of these rock rails?
A 10/28/2021, 11:13:00 AM 110.0 (lbs)
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Chad Williams (San Diego) | December 18th, 2019
I bought these as I liked the design, and I was looking for an upgrade over the stock rails. They are a significant upgrade, providing a nice step that doesn't sacrifice clearance. I had a little harder time with the install than the video would make it seem, but that seems to be the way it goes. Mounting to the body bolts really anchors them in and they are tough. My only significant complaint is that they seem to be a bit short - maybe 2 inches short per end. I'm comparing that to the stock Rubicon rails, which cover the entire lower body panel, these leave a small gap in coverage behind the wheels. Maybe with larger tires this is not a big factor, but with stock 33s, it feels vulnerable. I am not sure why this was the conscious design for the rails when the rest of the rail seems so solid.
Note From JcrOffroad: Yes, they are sized for clearance for larger tires without cutting as well as to meet shipping restrictions.