MOPAR side steps, need advice

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Beautiful Jeep! What side steps are those? I really like them!

Those are Go Rhino Dominator D-6 with the Optional Drop Steps

Carid has the best price (note Drop steps are sold separately) Also note the build quality is Amazing in fact they also have an unheard of 5-Year warranty that include paint finish as well. Also when you remove the Drop Step these are also sliders, they are the best of both worlds in terms of functionality and protections

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Dominator Drop Steps

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I have a small cordless Screw Driver I keep on board they remove very fast with little effort.
 

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If you’re looking for Mopar, I’ll add another vote for the rock rails with step-assist (what they call them). They are a helpful step and not slippery.
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I don’t have these but have read a lot and will get them at some point. Probably the best protection and a 3” step. If you are not off-roading, they might be overkill and they are expensive and heavy.
 

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I don’t have these but have read a lot and will get them at some point. Probably the best protection and a 3” step. If you are not off-roading, they might be overkill and they are expensive and heavy.
These rails/steps came on my Jeep (Recon) and I’ll run them until I ruin them wheeling. They do make a handy step, which I appreciate.
 
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Guys, I appreciate you all opinions. I just installed the black tubular and I'm very pleased.

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