Do these steps require the removal of the rock rail on JL rubicon?Thanks for the interest and support! We'll have more pictures up on our site after we're back from EJS.
I probably shouldn't be the one to answer this, but this question usually breaks down into three components:
1. How well do our products hold up:
Our JL Side Armor Steps are constructed from mixed 1/4″ and 3/16″ high strength steel and are seam welded along the step plates. All ROAM front and rear bumper structures and exterior components are powdercoated (2 stage textured poly) for surface durability; will exceed OE specifications for resistance to the elements. We test everything on our own development and demo vehicles so what you're receiving will be perfect. So obviously not a lot of people have these right now so I guess you're going to have to wait and find out from other people reviewing these
Promo pricing. We'll probably offer a group buy promo sometime after we've got more content up on our site so stay tuned for more info coming up. Thanks!
Have you been finding any rock chips? I want to get a style like this, but I’ve noticed none seem to go up under the fender flares like my hard rock OEM sliders. (Hard rock sliders pictured, to show the difference under flares)Ace rock sliders
Haven’t noticed anything yet. Paint still looks factory. Haven’t driven rough gravel or real rocky roads yet. Just dirt/gravel parking lots at the ski resorts.Have you been finding any rock chips? I want to get a style like this, but I’ve noticed none seem to go up under the fender flares like my hard rock OEM sliders. (Hard rock sliders pictured, to show the difference under flares)
I was hoping getting these would help prevent some of the rock chips everybody’s been posting, but if they’re not going up underneath the fender flares I think it’s still going to get chips.