White Knuckle Rock Sliders for the JLUR

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White Knuckle Off Road Products.

From the immaculate packing and shipping to the powder coat to the over-engineered EVERYTHING, these new rock sliders for the Jeep JLUR from White Knuckle far surpass anything else I’ve seen on the market. • Serious BEEF for serious use and Made in USA.

I can't wait to get these on the Jeep!

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Burly gussets, step plates are modular and can be removed in case you want to attach a strap there in a recovery situation. Very well thought out and no drilling required. They come in two versions, 90 degrees or 45 degrees (angled up). I chose the 90 degree option as they now double as a step, and I'm hoping they'll also help mitigate the mud and debris that the JL likes to slather the doors and rear fenders with.

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OOoooooo..... I like. Finally someone with frane mounted that doesn't require the extra anxiety of trying to remove the body bolts. At least that's what it looks like.

I just wish they stuck out a teeny bit further. I think a 20* slant instead of 45* would be perfect.
 
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White Knuckle Off Road Products.

From the immaculate packing and shipping to the powder coat to the over-engineered EVERYTHING, these new rock sliders for the Jeep JLUR from White Knuckle far surpass anything else I’ve seen on the market. • Serious BEEF for serious use and Made in USA.

I can't wait to get these on the Jeep!

640D2B75-FE2F-40C2-8008-5664DD0E2F78_jpeg.jpg


Burly gussets, step plates are modular and can be removed in case you want to attach a strap there in a recovery situation. Very well thought out and no drilling required. They come in two versions, 90 degrees or 45 degrees (angled up). I chose the 90 degree option as they now double as a step, and I'm hoping they'll also help mitigate the mud and debris that the JL likes to slather the doors and rear fenders with.

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Does anyone see the irony in the detail oriented comment on this screenshot from their website? Product looks great and I am not just being a jerk. What is it about the forest and the trees?

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Does anyone see the irony in the detail oriented comment on this screenshot from their website? Product looks great and I am not just being a jerk. What is it about the forest and the trees?

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You're not? OK cool. You found a typo on their website from last year. They’re a fab shop not Microsoft.

So there’s that :)
 
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Another company that feels the need to throw their branding all over their product where it's obnoxiosly obvious to look at.

Sorry, just had to vent, they look nice except for the white lettering that stands out....well at lest the WK cut in the steel is fairly subdued.
 
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Another company that feels the need to throw their branding all over their product where it's obnoxiosly obvious to look at.

Sorry, just had to vent, they look nice except for the white lettering that stands out....well at lest the WK cut in the steel is fairly subdued.
I'm not a fan of that either but in this case they send die cut decals... it's your option to put them on or not. I put them on just to show who made them when I shared the photos here.
 

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You're not? OK cool. You found a typo on their website from last year. They’re a fab shop not Microsoft.

So there’s that :)
Yep detailed oriented. Reminds me of a somg from the early 90’s. Just cracking a joke man.

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3 questions

1. How well do they cover the pinch seam?
2. How do they attach and can you take some pictures?
3. It looks like you have the Bushwacker trailarmor too. Can you a side shot of your jeep? I have a white JLUR so I'd like to see how this would look.

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1. How well do they cover the pinch seam?

No slider will "cover" the pinch seam, that's why I added the Bushwacker stuff to cover it up and protect that area (I don't think it looks very good with the OEM rails removed as that lower rocker/pinch area has some spot welds and holes etc)

2. How do they attach and can you take some pictures?

They bolt on, see pics in first post. 6 bolts per side (optional 8 per side).

3. It looks like you have the Bushwacker trailarmor too. Can you a side shot of your jeep? I have a white JLUR so I'd like to see how this would look.

Here is the side shot again:

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1. How well do they cover the pinch seam?

No slider will "cover" the pinch seam, that's why I added the Bushwacker stuff to cover it up and protect that area (I don't think it looks very good with the OEM rails removed as that lower rocker/pinch area has some spot welds and holes etc)

2. How do they attach and can you take some pictures?

They bolt on, see pics in first post. 6 bolts per side (optional 8 per side).

3. It looks like you have the Bushwacker trailarmor too. Can you a side shot of your jeep? I have a white JLUR so I'd like to see how this would look.

Here is the side shot again:

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Thanks, I should have clarified what I was asking. I can see that it bolts to the jeep, but where exactly does it bolt to on the frame? Is there any drilling required? Do they bolt to the bottom of the frame as well?

I guess I have to find someone with a lighter color Jeep because the trail armor is hard to see in your picture. Dark jeep, dark armor.
 
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How long did you wait to get them? Their site says 4-6 weeks. Also do you think this is compatible with the artec skid plate?
Wait was about 6 weeks. No idea about skid plate compatibility.
 

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