Bushwacker Sill Guards

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ok, does anyone have some pics of the Bushwacker Trailarmor door sill/rocker panel guards, installed on there Jeep? I’m really interested in these, but not sure how the look and protect the Jeep. Want something like this for when people bang there feet on the outside getting in and so on. Also, I have a Unlimited Rubicon. Will they work with the factory rock sliders that come with it? I’ve searched but not any good pics of them installed. Thank you, in advance, for the help.





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Thanks for the help. I’m a dumbass. They look like the best protection. It doesn’t say or show in pic. Will they work with factory rock sliders? Opinions?
 
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What kind of modifications?
 

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You would have to drill out the bolt holes for the factory rails. Here a pic from underneath the vehicle to show the width of the plastic. In the second pic you can see where I drilled out to reinstall the factory bolts on the front of the Jeep.

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Does it have to be drilled out? Would it be better to cut around it or just put it over the bolt to protect, to protect the bolt also?
 

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No, it doesn’t have to be drilled out. I wanted it flush and chose to remove the bolt and drill it out.
 

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