Ironman 4 x 4 Heavy Duty Side Steps

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Does anyone have Ironman 4x4 side steps on their 392? I just got off the phone with them and they said they were not sure if they would fit a 392. I thought I had heard someone on here with them. Please post up if you have them!

During Black Friday/Christmas sales they had them down to $670 but right now they are at $600 and I really want them.

 
Does anyone have Ironman 4x4 side steps on their 392? I just got off the phone with them and they said they were not sure if they would fit a 392. I thought I had heard someone on here with them. Please post up if you have them!

During Black Friday/Christmas sales they had them down to $670 but right now they are at $600 and I really want them.

I have them. See them on some other posts here and on the JOTM picture. Funny, because they told me the same thing, and after taking the chance and installing them myself (a good DIY project), I emailed them back and said "they fit". Tell all those 392 owners who ask. I guess it fell on deaf ears. Glad I can help resolve the issue. If you have any other questions about them, please ask.
 
I have them. See them on some other posts here and on the JOTM picture. Funny, because they told me the same thing, and after taking the chance and installing them myself (a good DIY project), I emailed them back and said "they fit". Tell all those 392 owners who ask. I guess it fell on deaf ears. Glad I can help resolve the issue. If you have any other questions about them, please ask.
 

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I have them. See them on some other posts here and on the JOTM picture. Funny, because they told me the same thing, and after taking the chance and installing them myself (a good DIY project), I emailed them back and said "they fit". Tell all those 392 owners who ask. I guess it fell on deaf ears. Glad I can help resolve the issue. If you have any other questions about them, please ask.
Well, kind of disappointing that they cant communicate that they do fit I am happy to hear they do!
 
Would you buy the again?
Yes. They provide a step and solid protection, attached to the frame. You don't have to deal with the body bolts. High quality finish. They don't rob clearance. Anyone who can turn a wrench can install them, and the video is super helpful. The only thing I don't like is the colorful logo on the step, but I have ordered some black nail polish to minimize the "Hulk figure".
 
Does anyone have Ironman 4x4 side steps on their 392? I just got off the phone with them and they said they were not sure if they would fit a 392. I thought I had heard someone on here with them. Please post up if you have them!

During Black Friday/Christmas sales they had them down to $670 but right now they are at $600 and I really want them.

I have them on mine and like them. They fit just fine on the 392. Definitely watch the video. I agree with PlumCrazy about the logo. I need to do something about that.
Does anyone have Ironman 4x4 side steps on their 392? I just got off the phone with them and they said they were not sure if they would fit a 392. I thought I had heard someone on here with them. Please post up if you have them!

During Black Friday/Christmas sales they had them down to $670 but right now they are at $600 and I really want them.

I have them on mine and like em. They fit fine on the 392. Definitely1646318411074.jpeg watch the video. I agree with PlumCrazy about the logo. I need to do something about that..
 
Ok Ok. Thanks for the pictures. I think I will be ordering soon. I was really hoping I could just pop that logo off but it does not sound like it. The video was annoying but its a straightforward instal for sure.

Thanks @PlumCrazy392 and @srq392 for the pictures!
 
There are frame mounted. Correct? Do you guys regret buying them? I'm wondering if bedlining them not only that covers the green company logo but also gives extra grip when it's wet.
 
The green logo drives some of my friends crazy, they cant understand why I left it on. Its not that big of deal to me but could be removed. They are frame mounted. Honestly I am happy with the look and quality but they are slightly higher than ideal for helping get a step up into the Jeep. I really got them for my girlfriend but she does not use them. Glad I have them but dont use them like I thought we would.
 
There are frame mounted. Correct? Do you guys regret buying them? I'm wondering if bedlining them not only that covers the green company logo but also gives extra grip when it's wet.
I am happy with them. They are strong for true protection, they provide a good step when accessing a roof rack or washing the car, and they do serve as a step for getting in, but the step is a bit high. This is the tradeoff of having ground clearance, which is super important to me. I would buy them again.
 
Received mine and 1st thing i did was to remove the obnoxious green logo. it's just a piece of very soft aluminum ( softer than beer bootle cap) glued to the rails. All you have to do is to lift a corner and once you get a grip on it is coming off very easy. This is how it looks without logo
 

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Why Why Why the damn holes!
makes sense to have holes there or that indent will always collect water. Thread a couple of black bolts through and the holes are covered..or use the rubber nipples the steps have all over the bottom.
 
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Added Rock Hard Patriot Series Slider-Steps.

Rock Hard Patriot Slider-Steps

I wanted something that would act as a mudflap (to some degree but still be a Rock Slider). DIdn't really need a step but it does work well that way too.

I had them Rhino Lined before Installing . Heavy duty 4 sure. This is how they look on my 392.

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