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Old 12-12-2013, 02:57 PM   #1
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JcrOffroad's new 100% bolt on JK Classic Sliders are here!!!

We are proud to bring to market a new slider, that is 100% bolt on! Hope you guys love them!

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Old 12-12-2013, 03:05 PM   #2
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Old 12-12-2013, 03:39 PM   #3
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Nice they should sell well.
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Old 12-17-2013, 08:53 AM   #4
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Had some YouTube issues. The videos are correctly linked now!
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Out of curiosity....Do you/will you offer it with the tube "NOT" angled up? For more of a step.
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Ahh yes. PM coming.
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Just courious why you didnt cover th entire pinch seam?
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Old 12-18-2013, 01:21 PM   #8
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Very nice. Will keep these in mind.
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Just courious why you didnt cover th entire pinch seam?
Good catch...
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I like them. It is cool they also cover most of the pinch seam.
I just ordered ace rails and I now still need the rubi rails to cover the pinch seam.
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Just courious why you didnt cover th entire pinch seam?
Why would they need to? Assuming folks cut away some of the seam anyways.
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My kids will use them as a step and there little muddy shoes will scratch the hell out of the lower rocker area. I guess it depends on the angle after I get the rails mounted.
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My kids will use them as a step and there little muddy shoes will scratch the hell out of the lower rocker area. I guess it depends on the angle after I get the rails mounted.
What about the skins some manufacturers offer.? Not sure how they mount or if they would work along with these buts it's worth looking into.
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Why would they need to? Assuming folks cut away some of the seam anyways.
Well, for one if you are on a rock and slide the across to the end of that setup your going to catch your pinch seam .

I have seen guys on rocks and a tire drops ..bang...on the rock slider...if your on the front of that slider your going to hit the pinch seam.

I wouldn't feel comfortable with it. I guess once they sell enough we shall see.
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Well, for one if you are on a rock and slide the across to the end of that setup your going to catch your pinch seam .

I have seen guys on rocks and a tire drops ..bang...on the rock slider...if your on the front of that slider your going to hit the pinch seam.

I wouldn't feel comfortable with it. I guess once they sell enough we shall see.

I agree it looks like it needs to be extended to the front edge of the pinch seam to be safe.
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We leave a little room for fender trimming in the rear, and match that room in the front for fender trimming and to keep everything centered and symmetrical.

Rocks can get anywhere if they are shaped oddly enough, but it would be a very low chance situation to hit that front pinch weld before the slider.

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Old 01-20-2014, 01:43 PM   #17
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We've had a great response to these new sliders, thanks everyone!
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Old 01-28-2014, 06:15 AM   #18
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Old 03-29-2014, 10:38 AM   #19
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Recieved my classic sliders this week. As I thought, it stunk that I couldn't just slap them on the jeep. I'm having to wait to get them powdercoated


The overall quality looks great. They are VERY stout and look to be a very solid piece, much more solid feeling then my friends smittybuilts.

I had 2 issues. 1) one of the welds were not complete on the round tubing. It went about 99% of the way around but didn't come together at the end. I don't want to hassle with sending the one back and waiting. I am having a weld shop here look them over and ensure the welds are all complete..for now we've only found one that wasn't complete. They are going to correct it and then powder coat. 2) I ordered the classic sliders and also got a free shirt. The sliders came in but didn't include the shirt.
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Any feedback on how these sliders hold up? Any body damage or issues since install?
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Old 04-02-2014, 06:51 AM   #22
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I like the way these sliders look. The only thing that makes me look elsewhere is they are not already powdercoated like some other sliders.
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Old 04-02-2014, 08:07 AM   #23
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Dont bother waiting. They don't make changes once production starts. They wouldn't even send me a vanguard bumper without the prerunner attached. I was even willing to pay full price.

They said it would be to confusing for the production staff
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I like the way these sliders look. The only thing that makes me look elsewhere is they are not already powdercoated like some other sliders.
Save a couple bucks and rattle can them. Easier for upkeep.
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I like the way these sliders look. The only thing that makes me look elsewhere is they are not already powdercoated like some other sliders.

I believe they do now for $150.00.

Ended up needing to have 1 weld completed. It's a bit of BS to spend that kind of money and have to QA their work and have it fixed. They are a nice piece, don't get me wrong, but after 2 1/2 weeks they should be perfect. I'll think ill be going to poison spyder for my bumpers unfortunately.
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I have been looking at Poison Spyder. I prefer lighter stuff but stiff aftermarket coil springs may force me to look for heavy bumpers.
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Old 04-09-2014, 02:34 PM   #27
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Yes we do offer powder coat now and it is $150.

Here are our sliders on our Project Doghouse.

Fresh back from the powder coater!


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1) one of the welds were not complete on the round tubing. It went about 99% of the way around but didn't come together at the end. I don't want to hassle with sending the one back and waiting. I am having a weld shop here look them over and ensure the welds are all complete..for now we've only found one that wasn't complete. They are going to correct it and then powder coat. 2) I ordered the classic sliders and also got a free shirt. The sliders came in but didn't include the shirt.
I apologies for these issues, I know that our large size shirt are on backorder. Who know that most wheelers wore a size large.

As for the complete welds, if you have some photos before you had anything done to them, please send them to me at info@jcroffroad.com. I do want to make this right with you.

We here at Jcr Offroad do want to give you guys the best customer service we can. If you ever run into any problems with our products, please call me or Alex and let us know.

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Old 04-27-2014, 08:00 AM   #29
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Now offered with a powdercoat option!
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How many holes do we need to drill in the pinch seem on these? I see 6 screws that need to go through it but are any of the holes already present used? TY!
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