If I want to keep my factory Rubi rails, are Ace rock sliders the only option I’m left with? Some of these other suggestions are certainly peaking my interest...
I have these too, parked right next to a BMW at the grocery store that was well over the line, was severely disappointed when I came out and it hadn't left yet. I liked that I didn't have to touch that body bolt everyone keeps breaking.Bought the Smittybilt rock sliders, they look great and easy to get in/out of the Jeep.
I dare any Walmart customer to ding my door. Go on. I double dare ya.
2020 Jeep Wrangler (JL) Smittybilt SRC Side Armor Steps - 77633
e-steps.54953/So, whats your impressions?
They really don’t hang down any lower than the frame and other bits.The Smittybilt's sacrifice too much clearance for my taste and for some reason I just don't like the look of the ACE sliders. Still waiting for a reply from Quadratec (losing hope there) and leaning more towards the Rockhard's or the LOD's.
These were my original choice too, but the first body bolt I attempted to loosen snapped, and that was a very expensive fix.I'm waiting 4-6 weeks on my ACE engineering sliders... Ha!
Went with the ACE sliders as they attach to the frame bolts and you do NOT have to remove the factory sliders. Quite a bit of protection!
That was my take on them as well. Before I saw a Jeep with them on, got low and saw it was higher than a lot of what’s under the Jeep.They really don’t hang down any lower than the frame and other bits.
Enjoying mine, and like that they compliment the SRC front and rear bumpers.