Rock Slide Steps for your Wrangler 392

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Hello all, I was wondering if anyone has used or tried the Rock Slide power step ups on their 392? If so would you be willing to comment on how much you like or dislike them? Maybe some pictures of them on your Jeep as well?

Thank you!
 
Hello all, I was wondering if anyone has used or tried the Rock Slide power step ups on their 392? If so would you be willing to comment on how much you like or dislike them? Maybe some pictures of them on your Jeep as well?

Thank you!
I have the new Rock Slide Gen III step and love them.
 
Hello all, I was wondering if anyone has used or tried the Rock Slide power step ups on their 392? If so would you be willing to comment on how much you like or dislike them? Maybe some pictures of them on your Jeep as well?

Thank you!
Below is a link to another thread with multiple replies on this subject. I think several power step options are discussed on there as well.

 
Thank you all for the reply. If you happen to be willing to post some pictures other than the ones in the link to the old conversation that would be great. I’m looking for different photos at different angles to see how the Rock Slide brand really looks.
Take care!
 
Thank you all for the reply. If you happen to be willing to post some pictures other than the ones in the link to the old conversation that would be great. I’m looking for different photos at different angles to see how the Rock Slide brand really looks.
Take care!
 

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Great pics…

Have you had any trouble as far as reliability of operation and function in winter / icy weather?

I haven’t had the opportunity to ever see those in person… I know they function very well as a step. In regards to their function as a rock slider, would you say they are on par with the sliders offered by Ironman, LoD Offroad (Destroyers), ACE Engineering, etc.?
 
Great pics…

Have you had any trouble as far as reliability of operation and function in winter / icy weather?

I haven’t had the opportunity to ever see those in person… I know they function very well as a step. In regards to their function as a rock slider, would you say they are on par with the sliders offered by Ironman, LoD Offroad (Destroyers), ACE Engineering, etc.?
Zero issues with functionality however I live in the Houston area, not much snow and ice. I’ve only had these and AMP on my JK. I know a tour guide who has lived his whole life in Moab except for his time In the Marines. He has these on his Rubicon. They are scratched and scuffed to hell but still function with no issues.
 
Zero issues with functionality however I live in the Houston area, not much snow and ice. I’ve only had these and AMP on my JK. I know a tour guide who has lived his whole life in Moab except for his time In the Marines. He has these on his Rubicon. They are scratched and scuffed to hell but still function with no issues.
Good Info.

How well do they keep debris off of the rear fenders? I’m probably going to stick with the factory wheels on my XR (which of course has the fender flare extensions). Just wondering if those rails do a pretty good job of blocking rocks and debris from hitting the rear fenders?
 
Good Info.

How well do they keep debris off of the rear fenders? I’m probably going to stick with the factory wheels on my XR (which of course has the fender flare extensions). Just wondering if those rails do a pretty good job of blocking rocks and debris from hitting the rear fenders?
I surly don’t get full coverage on my fenders because I have pretty wide tires with a -18 offset but I think with stock wheels they should do a pretty good job. Maybe someone else will chime in and give a better answer.
 
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