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Old 02-27-2012, 11:47 AM   #1
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Rock rails on Modern Warfare Edition

Does anyone know who makes the rock rails that come on the Modern Warfare Wrangler? I saw them on a Jeep in a parking lot and want a set!

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Old 02-27-2012, 11:52 AM   #2
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Aren't they just the standard rock rails that come on the Rubicon? If so, you can buy them from Mopar (here) or get a basically identical set from Smittybilt for much less (here).

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Um.........
http://www.wranglerforum.com/f33/roc...on-142581.html

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Aren't they just the standard rock rails that come on the Rubicon? If so, you can buy them from Mopar (here) or get a basically identical set from Smittybilt for much less (here).
I thought they were the regular Rubi rails too. But upon closer inspection, they do appear to be the enhanced Mopar rails.
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They are the Rubi rails modified by AEV and sold through Mopar. I have them on mine.

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They are the Rubi rails modified by AEV and sold through Mopar. I have them on mine.

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Have you beat on them any? How are they holding up? I'm eyeing the PureJeep ones, but I like the looks of Mopar (and I have a credit at the dlr )- just don't care for the mounting.

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They are just like the Rubi ones with better protection. They'll never be quite as stout as the frame-mounted ones in the aftermarket, but they are perfect for what I do. I got them because I like the OE-look.

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They are just like the Rubi ones with better protection. They'll never be quite as stout as the frame-mounted ones in the aftermarket, but they are perfect for what I do. I got them because I like the OE-look.

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Yeah, they are definitely one of the weaker set-ups (mounting point-wise)... even among body-mounted sliders. But, I can get a set for ~$150 out-of-pocket which is the only reason I'm even considering them. That, and that I like the factory look, too.

They need to hold up when needed, though.

The stock Rubi sliders have worked fine for me so far despite coming down on them pretty hard a couple of times. But, I'm a little concerned about the extra leverage of the extension bar on the 'enhanced' version...

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1. How far does the extension stick out from the 'regular' Rubicon slider base?
2. Any issues using a hi-lift on them with the extra leverage of the extension?

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I have wheeled in Africa, Moab, and the Rubicon stock sliders and they have been fine in all those terrains, even when using them to pivot an Unlimited. I just don't like the protection to let the terrain that close to my body, which is why I like the "Enhanced" sliders. Plus they protect you better from door dings. Mounting-wise is adequate, but not the best out there, that's for sure.

To answer your questions:

1. Between 2.25 and 2.75-inches, depending where you measure (remember the body of the JK is curved)
2. Not sure, haven't used a Hi-Lift on them.

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I'd like to compare a set of these with an ACE and stock rubi rail combo. Anyone have any thoughts?
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I have wheeled in Africa, Moab, and the Rubicon stock sliders and they have been fine in all those terrains, even when using them to pivot an Unlimited. I just don't like the protection to let the terrain that close to my body, which is why I like the "Enhanced" sliders. Plus they protect you better from door dings. Mounting-wise is adequate, but not the best out there, that's for sure.

To answer your questions:

1. Between 2.25 and 2.75-inches, depending where you measure (remember the body of the JK is curved)
2. Not sure, haven't used a Hi-Lift on them.

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Thanks ... I think I'll give them a shot. I've spent 70-80 days in and around Moab in a variety of vehicles (though, primarily Defenders) and have wheeled nearly every trail there at one point or another. If they did fine there, they'll do fine with the kind of wheeling this JK will be seeing ... including the 10-day trip back to Moab in May.

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I love me some Moab. I'll be there for Easter Jeep Safari. One of my favorite "work" trips during the year.

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I love me some Moab. I'll be there for Easter Jeep Safari. One of my favorite "work" trips during the year.

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What is the Mopar part for the COD Rock Rails?

Can someone point me to the Mopar part? I can't find it anywhere and want to put the Call of Duty rock rails on my Rubicon.



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I'd like to compare a set of these with an ACE and stock rubi rail combo. Anyone have any thoughts?
DO IT when I bought my ace rails I was going to get the rubi ones to go with it aswell but didn't have the extra cash to spend
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Here is pic of my Mopar enhanced rock rails... they do not stick out very much.

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Yeah, they are definitely one of the weaker set-ups (mounting point-wise)... even among body-mounted sliders. But, I can get a set for ~$150 out-of-pocket which is the only reason I'm even considering them. That, and that I like the factory look, too.

They need to hold up when needed, though.

The stock Rubi sliders have worked fine for me so far despite coming down on them pretty hard a couple of times. But, I'm a little concerned about the extra leverage of the extension bar on the 'enhanced' version...

Couple more questions:
1. How far does the extension stick out from the 'regular' Rubicon slider base?
2. Any issues using a hi-lift on them with the extra leverage of the extension?

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Here is pic of my Mopar enhanced rock rails... they do not stick out very much.
Some sweet rails I do admit.

Wouldn't pay $600 for them.
Crap -You could buy Rubi takeoffs and a set of ACE sliders for less
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Some sweet rails I do admit.

Wouldn't pay $600 for them.
Crap -You could buy Rubi takeoffs and a set of ACE sliders for less
X2

That Rubi-Ace combination is waay stronger.
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Can someone point me to the Mopar part? I can't find it anywhere and want to put the Call of Duty rock rails on my Rubicon.
I believe it's here:

Mopar Rock Rails

Appears to be part # 82210575AC

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I believe it's here:

Mopar Rock Rails

Appears to be part # 82210575AC

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MOPAR 82210575AC - MOPAR® Enhanced Rock Rails with Tubular Rub Rail in Satin Black for 07-12 Jeep® Wrangler Unlimited JK 4 Door - Quadratec

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X2

That Rubi-Ace combination is waay stronger.

I like the ACE rails, but they just hang down so freakin' low ... Like so many of the frame mounted rails. I'd be more inclined to run them with 37s and/or a 4.5" lift. But, with 35s and 3.5", I'm on the cusp now clearance-wise on the trails I'm running. If I added rails that were another 1.5" lower, I'd be getting hung up/banging the rails constantly.

As for price ... They seem really steep to me, too, for what you get. I can't say I'd try them if I didn't have a standing credit (going on 8 months now) at the dealership I need to burn up.

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BTW - good job, good mag.
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What is a Rubi-Ace combination? Pics?


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X2

That Rubi-Ace combination is waay stronger.
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What is a Rubi-Ace combination? Pics?
Ace sliders

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Alright ... pulled the trigger today and ordered a set from the dealer.

Also, it was interesting talking to the parts guy - he said they cannot order anything specific to the MW3 edition without a VIN from a MW3 edition; so, no hood, etc.

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What is a Rubi-Ace combination? Pics?
The Ace rails will work in combination with the Rubicon rails in that they can both be mounted together.
The Ace rails will have to bend or deflect a bit before coming into contact the Rubi rails, which will then help support the Ace rails.

I happen to think it looks great, but the ground clearance issue is admittedly the downside for those needing the maximum, as you lose a couple/few inches.
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Alright ... pulled the trigger today and ordered a set from the dealer.

Also, it was interesting talking to the parts guy - he said they cannot order anything specific to the MW3 edition without a VIN from a MW3 edition; so, no hood, etc.

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Probably no margin (or not enough) to sell them outright.
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Probably no margin (or not enough) to sell them outright.
He was indicating it was because of limited production; that Jeep wanted those MW3s to be able to have spares in the system - but, who knows. Personally, there's nothing I want that is specific to the MW3.

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Thanks guys. Indirectly,is my question was answered. The Ace Rails and Rubi Rail Combo would probably be about as strong as the Mopar but you would lose some ground clearance with the ACE Rails mounting below the Rubi rails si how I am reading this.

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