If you're talking about the "flat style" factory steps then I can't help you...I really like the clean lines of the factory steps and the way they tie in the stock flares, but gotta question about their sturdiness. My '14 JKS is a daily driver, not a rock climber (I might hop a curb or find a rutted dirt road once in awhile) so my concern comes from the topside rather than underneath... I dunno how to ask this delicately... I'm a big guy, clocking in at well north of 250 lbs. Granted, I'm certainly not going to be jumping on the side steps, but will my weight be an issue at all using them frequently? I know they're attached to the frame, but haven't seen any detail of how rugged the mounting hardware is. Rob O.
That's what I was expecting, with all the tires, rims, and other pullouts listed. However, at the moment I can't find anything listed in SoCal for under $300. Will keep looking, hopefully I get to score something for around $200. They do retail for around $500.You should be able to get oem side steps for a great price on Craiglist, e-bay and on Kijiji Canada. I sold mine for $200 and they were sold as soon as I put them on Kijiji. Many people get rid of them right away in favor of rock sliders so there are usually tons to choose from.
Here in Canada they list for almost $500 at the dealerships.
I prefer the tubular Mopar steps, much cleaner look IMO. The standard ones do sell quite cheaply on CL and eBay, I have yet to find tubular ones for less than $300.I struggled to sell my factory 4 door sahara steps for 90 bucks here. I suppose it's all in where you live.