Mine were a little off when I first installed them too. Since there is a lot of play in the install locations until you torque it down, I loosened everything up and raised the front bracket until the bend at the bottom rested on the underside of the frame (I used a jack and a piece of wood to hold it up while I tightened all the bolts back down). The end bracket doesn't seem to have any vertical play, so with it on the frame and the bolts to the rail loose, I raised the center bracket until it met with the underside of the rail, and tightened the bolts on the center bracket while I held it in place. Afterwards I fully tightened everything else back up.Off kilter. Lol
You’re right. That is pretty severe. I have a slight angle down towards the front, but only about 1/4” over the length of the step when measured to the horizontal crease below the door. It’s hardly perceptible to me, so I’m ok with it.Off kilter. Lol
I cant get these rails to sit level. The front bracket seems to sit to low and/or the back bracket is to high.
I've tried loosing and readjusting the brackets the front bracket is as high as it will go due to the lip on the bottom. When I set the rail on the brackets I have about 3 inches below the front fender and only 1 inch below the rear fender. Also I'm not making contact with the middle bracket.
Body mounted do not require the body bolts to be removed nor do the frame mounted. They are actually the most simple install of anything I have worked with lately.Do the body mounted ones require the body mount bolts that tend to snap to be removed?
I'd be fine with body mounted but I dont want to touch those bolts
Love mine so far, though they’ve not gone through any real trail wear as of yet. Several rains and washes since I’ve installed, and no signs of the rust issues that were reported on the previous version.anyone have some reviews for these?
trying to decided between them and these Deegan 38
2 Door specific, mainly for small back seat passengers entry/exit.