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Old 09-09-2019, 11:46 AM
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Name These Rusty Rock Sliders

Trying to decide if I should clean these up and paint or get new. They do have bolts going thru the rocker panel so that's an issue if I buy new ones...

Thanks for the help again...

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clean up and paint, don't really look that bad at all.
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Those holes in the pinch seam are no big deal. I'll bet it used the factory holes.
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Is that a step that drops down? Looks like Rock Slide Engineering.
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Is that a step that drops down? Looks like Rock Slide Engineering.
My thoughts exactly!
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Idk what that cutout underneath is for. They do not drop down tho. That would be great if they did lol...Thanks for looking. Maybe I'll see a part number or a Manufacturer when I take them down,.
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Idk what that cutout underneath is for. They do not drop down tho. That would be great if they did lol...Thanks for looking. Maybe I'll see a part number or a Manufacturer when I take them down,.
They may be disconnected, ir they may have bad motors, but they look the world like Rock Slide steps.
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Those are Rock Slide Engineering step sliders. The control box for them should be under the rear seat, passenger side

Those look like the original series.
To replace will cost you $1800.00
Keep them and get them working.
Great customer service and will help you to get them working.

They work fantastic. Makes it very easy to get in and out of the Jeep. Momma will be very happy with them.

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Dam, seller never told me. Thanks! I'm out of town now...bb home on Sunday

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