I did the same thing... Found a set of Rubi rails on Craigslist after installing my ACE sliders. I had to loosen the bolts on the ACE sliders to allow them to drop slightly before installing the Rubi rails.
won't be running 35s anytime soon, its still my DD. did have to loosen the ace rails, but they slid right in, had them both installed in 15 min. As I was putting them on i noticed that my jeep had rubi rails before i bought it and they were taken off. That explains why I had chrome bolts in the pinch seams. I could still see where the bracket had attached to the frame.
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