Add-On Step for Rubi with OEM Rock Sliders???

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I think ACE does steps that are compatible. It’s pretty prevalent in that part of the forum, common question.
If you weren’t aware, the stock rubi rails are mounted to seam, not to the frame. I bent one up into my frame. Edit correction, body.
 
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I think ACE does steps that are compatible. It’s pretty prevalent in that part of the forum, common question.
If you weren’t aware, the stock rubi rails are mounted to seam, not to the frame. I bent one up into my frame. Edit correction, body.
I checked their website, and with the 10% discount it’s still $715 yikes...
 

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It looks like an accident waiting to happen. Too small for me to have confidence in. Full length sidesteps will be safer and be easier to know your foot isn't on the edge of slipping off. Price is not attractive or appropriate for it's size.
 

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