Indiana Rock Slide Engineering JL Unlimited Power Steps

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I sold my JL Rubicon but kept these steps and sold the Rubicon with the stock rock rails. These were great to have on the jeep as the shorter people in my household were able to easily exit and enter the Jeep. I thought about keeping these with the hopes of another jeep purchase but that may not happen for a while. These are complete and the Jeep only had 6000 miles when sold. The steps are in great shape and include all parts. New adhesive has been installed on the parts that need it and new magnets with adhesive are included with the door sensors. A light kit is included for both sides and lights up the step area very nicely. These were shipped truck freight and would need to be shipped the same way. That being said I would prefer to not ship. I am north of the Indianapolis area and could drive a few hours to meet a serious buyer. $1500 or best offer
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Do these work with the stock rock sliders, or would they need to be removed to install these?
The stock rock sliders need to be removed to install the rock slide steps. The steps use the existing holes in the pinch weld.
 

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The stock rock sliders need to be removed to install the rock slide steps. The steps use the existing holes in the pinch weld.
Okay, thanks. I have to leave my OEM rock sliders on, so looking for something that will function with those still in place.
 
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Okay, thanks. I have to leave my OEM rock sliders on, so looking for something that will function with those still in place.
I kept my OEM rock sliders and reinstalled when I went to sell my Jeep. The factory sliders are really easy to remove and install. I don’t know of any steps that work with the factory rock sliders.
 

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I kept my OEM rock sliders and reinstalled when I went to sell my Jeep. The factory sliders are really easy to remove and install. I don’t know of any steps that work with the factory rock sliders.
ACE Engineering makes one, but they are kind of pricey. Although not as much as powered steps.
 

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Are these Gen II? I recently bought the Gen III and waiting for them to ship. This is tempting.
 
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Are these Gen II? I recently bought the Gen III and waiting for them to ship. This is tempting.
These are Gen 2 steps. I don't know what the difference is between the gen 2 and 3. I could meet you somewhere closer to Richmond.
 

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These are Gen 2 steps. I don't know what the difference is between the gen 2 and 3. I could meet you somewhere closer to Richmond.
Thanks for offering to meet but after talking to RSE about the differences, I think I'll stick with the v3. The price you're offering for the set, in what looks to be really good condition, does not make the decision easy.
 
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Thanks for offering to meet but after talking to RSE about the differences, I think I'll stick with the v3.
The price you're offering for the set, in what looks to be really good condition, does not make the decision easy.
No problem. They were only on the Jeep for about a year and didn’t see any winter miles.
 
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