These bolt on just like your Rubicon sliders but give you much more capability both on and off the trial. Each mounting bar is 2" x 3" .120 thick steel making them indestructible rock crushers. We then set them in a jig and weld on 1 3/4" .120 tubing giving you a step you don't know how you lived without. The tube also helps keep your Jeep off the rocks by giving you a steel "cushion" that takes all the abuse the trail can throw at them. Each slider's end cap is welded shut to prevent debris, water, and dirt from getting inside.
Ease of Installation
The secret behind our system's ease of install is precise fitment. Believe it or not, the side of your Jeep Wrangler JK is not a straight line. The slight outward curve is lost by many other manufacturers giving you a less than solid mounting point where debris and water can get between the body and your body armor. Our mounting bar that secures our Tubular Rocker Guards to your body perfectly continues that curve. This means a rock solid mounting surface and properly distributed weight load when your slider is being put to use. Put those drills away - no drilling required!
- Color: Black
- Armor Type: Rocker Guards
- Material: Steel
- Shipping Weight: 95lb
- Shipping Dimensions: 76in x 27in x 6in (L x W x H)
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Rock Hard 4X4 Patriot Series Tube Slider Rocker Guards Reviews
Received and installed the guards yesterday. The install is much easier with two people as each rail can be a little hard to handle due to the weight and location. Also, lining up all of the holes is a little tricky but not difficult as long as you make sure all bolts are in place before tightening. We did have to drill out one of the pinch seam holes on the jeep but only slightly. Overall, these were easy to install. One thing to note is that you put a metal spacer over the welded bolts before inserting those welded bolts into the holes in the pinch seam. It is important to make sure the spacer holes are covering the welds and not between the weld and the jeep body. If between the body and the weld, you won't be able to get all the holes lined up. Easy fix though - get your helper to hold the spacer in place while tightening to ensure everything lines up.
These things are heavy and seem to be very well made. While the "step" may come in useful in some situations, it is too high to do much to assist in getting in but should do an outstanding job in deflecting rocks, stumps etc.
As far as looks, these are top notch. Very understated and functional.