Mopar Performance Rock Rails

I’d like to know as well…watching thread.
 
The Q&A tab says they stick out 3 inches so it might be just fine for that. According to the video, it doesn't look like you gotta drill into anything. Probably not made in USA since they're Mopar but they look great!
 
I have that on my Moab edition JL and i love it , kinda disappointed this wasnt an option for 392 when i place order. i looked all over the place still find this is the best choice for my jeep.will def get this install later.
 
I didn’t want steps, so the Mopar Performance Rails were an option. Had dealer install before picking up my 392. The Rubicon rock rails cannot serve as a step. The performance rails give you three inches. I can post a picture if helpful.
 
I didn’t want steps, so the Mopar Performance Rails were an option. Had dealer install before picking up my 392. The Rubicon rock rails cannot serve as a step. The performance rails give you three inches. I can post a picture if helpful.
Please.
 

Does anyone have these installed? Do they provide more of a step for passengers than the ones that come on the 392? I have an XR on order.
I have them currently on my Mojave Gladiator and love them. Just enough to use but not too big. It’s great on truck to climb on to get to roof so it’s perfect. Thinking of swapping before I sell it if they would fit on 392.
 
Here you go.
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I’ve been looking for nice and clean rock rails that also serve as steps for my kids. And meanwhile they can protect a bit mud/rocks thrown from tires. Are they frame bolted?
All 3 of the MOPAR options (This one, the regular Sahara step, and the factory Rubicon rock rails) bolt on the exact same way. They use 3 brackets; front, mid, and aft. Each bracket has a pair of 10mm (nut) studs that bolt to the pinch weld, and one 13mm bolt to the underside of the body. So that is nine total attach points but all in the body, none in the frame. As @Bhodi11 said a hard hit will possibly damage the body, the stronger factory equipped rock rail and this performance rock rail will transfer that load along the whole body and in doing so they spread out the impact. There are rock sliders that attach to the frame but that can have it's own issues if not designed to allow for the interference between the body and frame when there is flexing.
 
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All 3 of the MOPAR options (This one, the regular Sahara step, and the factory Rubicon rock rails) bolt on the exact same way. They use 3 brackets; front, mid, and aft. Each bracket has a pair of 10mm (nut) studs that bolt to the pinch weld, and one 13mm bolt to the underside of the body. So that is nine total attach points but all in the body, none in the frame. As @Bhodi11 said a hard hit will possibly damage the body, the stronger factory equipped rock rail and this performance rock rail will transfer that load along the whole body and in doing so they spread out the impact. There are rock sliders that attach to the frame but that can have it's own issues if not designed to allow for the interference between the body and frame when there is flexing.
Thank you sir! Your comment really helps and is greatly appreciated. I haven’t done any off-roading before and only plan on doing some beginner trails in the future. But I always want to find the best option (to my taste) if I can and have a solid/overkill/practical solution.
 
I have a set for sale if anyone is looking. Can I say that here? Lol.
 
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