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Old 05-02-2013, 10:10 PM   #1
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Looking for Rock Sliders for an 07 JK 2d

Looking to purchase used or new inexpensive rock sliders for an 07' JK 2 door. Anyone have or know the best place to buy these cheap?
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Old 05-02-2013, 10:12 PM   #2
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Find some rubi take offs. If you can't find any p.m. me. I probably have some.

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Old 05-02-2013, 10:16 PM   #3
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Check out Ace. A lot of ppl love those. Factory ones don't stick out at all past the door so it offers less protection
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Personnally, I would go with the Rubi rails and then add the ACE sliders.
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FYI, if you plan on getting the factory Rubi rails, the 2dr seem to be pretty hard to find, at a decent price, shipping would suck due to weight. What I did is buy a 4dr, easier to find and cheaper, set and am currently working on cutting them down, the front 2 mounting brackets fit perfectly, just too long overall. I got one done lastnight, will be doing the 2nd one later today.
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FYI, if you plan on getting the factory Rubi rails, the 2dr seem to be pretty hard to find, at a decent price, shipping would suck due to weight. What I did is buy a 4dr, easier to find and cheaper, set and am currently working on cutting them down, the front 2 mounting brackets fit perfectly, just too long overall. I got one done lastnight, will be doing the 2nd one later today.
Everything lines up as long as you cut it down? I didn't know that. That's great to keep in mind
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Everything lines up as long as you cut it down? I didn't know that. That's great to keep in mind
Yea, I wasn't sure if it would or not. I had someone measure the 4dr mounting brackets so I could compare it to my 2dr. I was able to grab a set of 4dr rails for $100 so I'm pretty happy it is working out.

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