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Old 11-13-2019, 01:25 PM
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Quick question. I have a 2020 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited. Has the body changed at all since the JL started in 2018? All the ones I like say 2018-2019 and I want to make sure they will fit my 2020 as well. Thanks!!!

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They would fit. Most sites do not have the 2020 JLs out yet for some reason


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Old 11-14-2019, 10:54 AM   #3
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Which ones do you want? I got Smittybilt SRCs. They were relatively inexpensive and fairly easy to install.
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I’ll bet you can get a Sahara takeoff set for dirt cheap on Craigslist.

I am a big fan of the OE side steps: in addition to providing a secure step-in, they bolt on perfectly, keep debris from flying all over the side of the Jeep, and hold idiots parking too close at bay from dinging your doors.

PS - I just looked on eBay: new OE sidesteps go for $250-$300; Made in China knockoffs are $125-$130. If you are lucky you may be able to find a pair on CL for less than $100.

Good luck!

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I’ll bet you can get a Sahara takeoff set for dirt cheap on Craigslist.

I am a big fan of the OE side steps: in addition to providing a secure step-in, they bolt on perfectly, keep debris from flying all over the side of the Jeep, and hold idiots parking too close at bay from dinging your doors.

PS - I just looked on eBay: new OE sidesteps go for $250-$300; Made in China knockoffs are $125-$130. If you are lucky you may be able to find a pair on CL for less than $100.

Good luck!


Aldo nailed it. I have IronCross steel steps just because when I looked that's what I found. They are great at being the things that Aldo mentioned while maintaining a very "I belong" appearance.

http://www.ironcrossautomotive.com/ICJeepSteps.html

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Any JL advertised running board should work, nothing has changed.

I opted for the Mopar Enhanced rock rails. Love them.

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They should all fit fine, The body shouldnt change until they move on to the next model.

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