Here are my Deluxe TJ Sliders Painted glossy Mopar black and installed on my jeep. Pretty easy install and I really like how they came out. Super sturdy. My only problem was they were positioned a little too far forward, so they hit my front fender. I just cut the little slot for the body mount slightly wider and now they fit perfect.
do they work well as a step? sturdy? wide enuf to get footing?
They are definitely wide enough to step on, but because they are so close to the height of the door I normally just swing my right into the jeep. I do use the sliders as a step when I am tired though! as far as strength, these seem pretty darn good. I can jump on them all I want and they don't even move, and I used one of them as a jack point a couple days ago. To make them easier to step on I went to a local skateboard shop and picked up a sheet of grip tape for a few dollars to put on the step part.
Will they fit over the rubi rock guards or do I have to take them off to put these on???
It's not about getting out of the Storm, but learning to dance in the rain.
When I die I am going to be buried with my Jeep, cause I haven't yet found a hole it can't get out of!!!!!
06 TJ Rubi 4.0 and alot of other crap
oooh man ive been shopping for sliders for like a year now...the delux ones are exactly what i want. As soon as i get my transmission rebuilt and pay off the engine that i just swapped in, ill have to make the decision between a swingout carrier/bumper or these sliders
glad i saw this thread.
__________________ "seriously, what a pack of jackhandles...."
"In my experiences it really doesn't matter what materials you use, if you play in the rocks your undercarriage won't be as pretty as when you started."