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Old 07-10-2013, 09:42 AM   #1
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Sahara stock tubular steps

Contemplating a Sahara over sport, are the tubular steps which are stock considered adequate for light off road rock sliders? If not, can anyone recommend sliders that are not steps which protect the vehicle? I like the clean look without the steps.

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Why not a combination of both. Ace rock sliders.

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Why not a combination of both. Ace rock sliders.
Is this like the old Johnny Cash song, one part at a time? I only need one Jeep

Will check out Ace.

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They are NOT sliders, light duty or otherwise.
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Old 07-10-2013, 10:41 AM   #6
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Contemplating a Sahara over sport, are the tubular steps which are stock considered adequate for light off road rock sliders? If not, can anyone recommend sliders that are not steps which protect the vehicle? I like the clean look without the steps.

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The Sahara style steps should be removed before real off-roading. They are not sliders.

I have them on my Sport. I didn't want them but they do let my 3-year-old climb in and out by herself.

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