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- Offers protection (at least enough for texas, will post an update if I do any real rock crawling)
- Steps actually stick out a little too far, would be better if they were in a couple more inches IMO
- Craftsmanship isn't super precise, clearly bent brackets. Had to bend things a bit more than I would have preferred to get them on the truck. They fit, they just required a bit more persuading than I thought was necessary
- look fine
2.0NOT as Advertised
Every picture in the 4WP ad has the "Steps: on the rails. Several different views on different FJ's. The description is misleading at best. I really expected them to be included. Please look at your ad and pics and description. The delivery date was pushed back 2-3 times as well.
from Englewood, CO
Great team great install. Absolutely love the steps.
from Naperville, IL
5.0Yes we know expert,,,,It’s not a real rock rail
These are great. Yes they are not real rocker rails that attach to frame but they definitely offer some protection from rock scrapes and bumps. They look great!! And the step functions as they should
I have a '16 Colorado long bed, 6ft. Is there difference between the short and long bed sliders?
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No difference as the RKR is only cab length, not wheel to wheel. Also, it is technically not a slider, merely a step.
We do have an actual rock slider (Trail Slider TSG15CC-TX) But you are going to run into the same problem, as these are only cab length as well.
from 4WP Corporate Headquarters
These mount to existing bolt holes on the body. No drilling or welding is required.
I am looking into installing some rock sliders, and these might just fit the bill. I was wondering what part of the main slider the steps bolt onto. Do they bolt onto the underside where rocks/trees/boulders could damage the connection points when the steps are removed for wheeling?
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The Nfab Rock Rail by N-Fab N/FT054RKRQC mount high enough up on the inside sheet metal utilizing factory holes. The step portion would be totally destroyed well before the mounting points.