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  1. Quadratec Brute Strength Side Steps.

    @Quadratec Materials cost went up by $200 (40%)? Come on...thats a copy pasta response and its obvious. The forum discount was available at $299 as well, thats really not any sort of consolation. These are...or were...budget rocker guards using .105 (weak) tubing (confirmed by Quadratec...
  2. Quadratec Brute Strength Side Steps.

    Yeah it went up considerably. They were a viable consideration at the low price point, at $499 there are way better options for the same price or slightly higher price point. I'd take the Rock Hard 4x4 Patriot Sliders over these any day now.
  3. Rock Sliders: This or That....Opinions Wanted

    those look very clean, right along what I’m looking for
  4. Quadratec Brute Strength Side Steps.

    Those look fantastic, thanks for posting!
  5. Rock Sliders: This or That....Opinions Wanted

    Let us know what you think. Very curious!
  6. Rock Sliders: This or That....Opinions Wanted

    The Smittybilt's sacrifice too much clearance for my taste and for some reason I just don't like the look of the ACE sliders. Still waiting for a reply from Quadratec (losing hope there) and leaning more towards the Rockhard's or the LOD's.
  7. Rock Sliders: This or That....Opinions Wanted

    I like these a lot as well and they were on my short list, but they are listed as Out of Stock on LOD's site with no ability to order. Not sure what the deal is there.
  8. Rock Sliders: This or That....Opinions Wanted

    I sent an email to Quadratec last night asking for more specs on those rails. I did look at the Ace Rock Sliders, while its convenient that they can go over the Rubicon rails, I don't really like the look so much. Prefer the look/build of the Rock Hard rails for the similar price point. I...
  9. Rock Sliders: This or That....Opinions Wanted

    The Quadratec ones use the body bolts and the pinch seam as well.
  10. Rock Sliders: This or That....Opinions Wanted

    Looking for sliders to replace my factory Rubicon rails, something with a functional step (recent lift has made it challenging for the boss to get in) that doesn't decrease clearance significantly. Kind of narrowed it down to 2 options, for now at least. Option 1: Known good, seems to be...



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