Ironman Raid Rock Sliders Fit the 392?

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Another way for me to ask this... Are the stock 392 rock rails the same mopar part # as the standard 2021 Rubicon Unlimited JL? If they are the same part #, then any brand with a side step or rock rail that does not specifically know if they will fit a 392, but knows they fit a 2021 unlimited JL should work, correct?
 
Hey Plum,

I am following. I too want to install sidesteps. Wife has to get a running start to get in. Ha. But, I would reach out to them directly. 392 seems the same in many areas, just not all.
 
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Hey Plum,

I am following. I to want install sidesteps. Wife has to get a running start to get in. Ha. But, I would reach out to them directly. 392 seems the same in many areas, just not all.
I did reach out to Ironman and they said they do not know. I will continue my research.
 
I moved a bunch of items over, from my 2019 JLUR. Here is what is the same:
1. Front and rear bumpers
*rear camera is different if you also have the front camera
2. Rock sliders+ body mounts
3. Rear fender liners
*driver-front inner fender is different

Cheers,
P
 
I moved a bunch of items over, from my 2019 JLUR. Here is what is the same:
1. Front and rear bumpers
*rear camera is different if you also have the front camera
2. Rock sliders+ body mounts
3. Rear fender liners
*driver-front inner fender is different

Cheers,
P
Thanks! Just ordered the sliders.
 
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I have decided upon Ironman Rail Rock Sliders, but like many sites, there is no designation for the 392, and Ironman is not 100% sure they will fit (since the 392 has beefed up frame).
Has anyone gone before me to be sure they fit? Thanks! https://ironman4x4america.com/raid-rock-sliders-suited-for-jeep-wrangler-jl-unlimited/
Same here, I watched several YouTube videos on JL installs. I chose the fishbone, nice wide step. But it installs just like any JL. I like the ironman rails too.
 
They fit perfectly. Installation video on You Tube was accurate and helpful. I got them as a step to reach the roof rack, as a step to get in/ out the vehicle, and as protection from stones getting kicked up onto the rear fenders. Oh, and as protection from rocks on the trails. I installed them myself with a simple rachet/sockets. Way beefy enough now. Hide the pinch welds unlike some models. Don't have to mess with the body mount bolts, but still frame mounted. High clearance (which is great for the trail, but still undecided on if it makes it easier to get in/out, or harder).
 

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They fit perfectly. Installation video on You Tube was accurate and helpful. I got them as a step to reach the roof rack, as a step to get in/ out the vehicle, and as protection from stones getting kicked up onto the rear fenders. Oh, and as protection from rocks on the trails. I installed them myself with a simple rachet/sockets. Way beefy enough now. Hide the pinch welds unlike some models. Don't have to mess with the body mount bolts, but still frame mounted. High clearance (which is great for the trail, but still undecided on if it makes it easier to get in/out, or harder).
I order my Ironman slider/step too. They look great and glad to hear the install is straight forward like the video. How long did it take you receive your!? My poor kids shines are taking a beating trying to jump in :ROFLMAO:
 
I order my Ironman slider/step too. They look great and glad to hear the install is straight forward like the video. How long did it take you receive your!? My poor kids shines are taking a beating trying to jump in :ROFLMAO:
They had them in stock, and they went out about 2 days after the order. Shipping right now is a nightmare, and what Ironman said would be "2 day shipping" (I did not believe that anyhow) turned into 7 day shipping. That said, I suspect you will get them soon.
 
They fit perfectly. Installation video on You Tube was accurate and helpful. I got them as a step to reach the roof rack, as a step to get in/ out the vehicle, and as protection from stones getting kicked up onto the rear fenders. Oh, and as protection from rocks on the trails. I installed them myself with a simple rachet/sockets. Way beefy enough now. Hide the pinch welds unlike some models. Don't have to mess with the body mount bolts, but still frame mounted. High clearance (which is great for the trail, but still undecided on if it makes it easier to get in/out, or harder).
Thanks for the information on the slider/steps. In your last sentence you are not sure if they make it easier or harder to get in. Can you explain? Are they higher than a "perfect" height for steps?
 
Thanks for the information on the slider/steps. In your last sentence you are not sure if they make it easier or harder to get in. Can you explain? Are they higher than a "perfect" height for steps?
 
The height of the top of the step is 2.5 inches below the bottom of the door. They stick out from the body 4 inches. Perfect for protection, clearance, and looks in my opinion. Great for washing the car and accessing the roof rack. When it comes to getting in, if you have stock sliders, they do not impede you throwing a leg up and in to get in. But now, you have 4 extra inches to clear with your leg if you do not use the step as a step. If you do use the slider as a step, it is up pretty high, and you end up dropping down into the seat. I don't drive it daily, my wife does, and she has adjusted to where she does use the step and the grab handle. No complaints. I get it on weekends, and still find myself hopping in the old way and just stepping over the step. For the ideal step height, to aid entry, something like an automated step from Rock Slide Engineering seems ideal (although I have not tried that setup). But, I did not want to automate, and I wanted it beefy. Can't have it all. So far we are pleased with Ironman.
 
I get it. Sometimes the step is too high. Not too high to step on to but too high compared to the vehicle. I have had some that felt like I was stepping down off the step to get into the vehicle.

Thanks. I will probably go with these. The only thing I have to decide is to have them on hand when I get the Jeep or wait to see if I really need them. They look good.
 
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