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RedRock Aluminum Door and Tailgate Handle Set; Black (07-18 Jeep Wrangler JK 4-Door)

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      Video Review & Installation

      Hey, guys. So today, we're checking out the RedRock 4x4 Aluminum Door and Tailgate Handle Set in black fitting all 2007 to 2018 4-door JK Wranglers. So if you're looking for some smaller but noticeable mods to create a very unique and sleek look to the side of your JK as well as the back, this is going to be a great choice to take a look into. So this set is going to completely replace the handles on your factory doors as well as your factory tailgate, and it's going to come in a set of five. Now, these will be very durable made of an aluminum material, and it's gonna have a nice matte black finish on top. It's going to give a very sleek look, and it's also going to protect that aluminum underneath.Now, what I really like about these are the fact that these are going to have some non-traditional styling as far as a door handle is concerned. It's going to completely replace the whole thing. So you have more of a boxy look, and you're also gonna have those cutouts in the middle, creating a very sleek and, again, unique look for your JK in comparison to some other choices. Now, speaking of that, these are gonna come in roughly at $150, which in my personal opinion for all five and what you're getting, that's definitely worth that price point.Now, these are going to be very unique in the fact that these are going to replace the whole handle as where a lot of other options on the page are just going to be inserts for the factory door handle. Now, those inserts are gonna be great as a small accent if you're looking for that specifically. However, if you're looking to completely replace your factory door handles, even if you've broken one or one is not working anymore, and you're looking for an upgraded replacement, or you're just overall looking for a unique look for your JK, then this is gonna be a great choice.I would like to mention that this is not going to be an easy job, and professional installation is usually required for this. However, if you do have some mechanical know-how, you will be able to get this done. You do have to completely disassemble both of the doors or all of the doors should I say, as well as your tailgate. So, I will keep that in mind when taking a look at this. As far as the installation goes, I'm gonna give it a two out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter. However, it should take you about three hours to get the job done with some pretty basic hand tools. So, speaking of the install, let's jump into that now. The tools that I used for my install were a razor blade, the provided Allen key, a panel removal tool, a flathead screwdriver, a 3-millimeter Allen socket, 2 style picks, a 10-millimeter and an 8-millimeter deep socket, a 3/8 inch drive and a 1/4 inch drive ratchet, a small extension, an 8-millimeter ratcheting wrench, a Phillips head socket, a T30, 20, 10, and 9 Torx socket, and an impact wrench.So our first step to this install is to make sure that our window is all the way down then we can start removing our door panel. We're gonna start with these two screws on the side using a T20 Torx socket. Our next step is to remove this panel right behind our door handle. You can use a trim removal tool or a panel removal tool. Now, once that's off, we can remove that screw behind the door handle with a T20 Torx socket. Then we can remove this silver panel down here. Now, these are just for show. I'm gonna be using a panel removal tool. I'm gonna pop this out of place. Then there's gonna be two Phillips head screws inside of there. So I'm gonna use a Phillips head socket and remove those two bolts or those two screws. Now, at this point, our door panel is completely disconnected. It's just held in by a bunch of different clips. So we're gonna give it a good pull. Okay. You kind of have to unhook it from the top there. We're gonna slide it around our door handle and disconnect this wiring harness on the back. We just have to depress that clip, pull that tab up.So next what we have to do is remove these two tabs. Now, these are plastic grommets or plastic covers that are covering up our window retainer clip. We do need to unhook our window, so we can get this panel off. So what I'm gonna do is take a straight edge or a straight blade and just cut those where the plastic lies.So behind this panel here what we're gonna do is finagle our flathead screwdriver behind our window retainer clip. Now, we have to depress the clip in order to release our window, so we can roll it all the way up, and we can have access behind this panel once it gets time to remove this panel here. I'm just gonna take my flathead screwdriver. So what I'm gonna do is remove this weatherstrip here, so we can get our fingers in here and lift up the window.So once you have the window unclipped from the retainers, what you're gonna do is pull it up. I would recommend to grab a friend at this point to hold the window because you are gonna have to tape it in place. And then after that, we can work on the inner door panel or the inner door card here, Now, first, I'm gonna take off this handle up top. I'm gonna use a T30 Torx to remove this bolt that's holding in the actual handle. Then we'll slide it out of place and slide these two cords out of place as well. So I'm using a T30 Torx socket. I'm gonna remove that bolt. Then using a small flathead, pop these out. We have to slide it this way. And then that can just hang in place like that.Next, we can pull this grommet out. Make sure that that's disconnected. And then next what we can do is start removing the 10-millimeter bolts that are surrounding this inner door card. I'm using a 10-millimeter socket. Now, if you're taking this off for the first time, there is a seal here. You are gonna have to break that and pull it forward. It may take a little bit of force. But once that is off, what we can do is kind of peel this forward. Push it down. Peel it back. And we just need to maneuver it out of the way, so we can access the bolt that's holding in our handle. Now, we also have to remove this grommet here. So I'm gonna grab just a pry tool to help me do that. Then we'll be able to access that bolt there. So what we can do now is disconnect the two bolts that are holding in our door handle. I'm gonna start with this one on the left using an 8-millimeter deep socket. You wanna make sure that you hold onto these. What we can do at this point is completely remove our exterior door handle.So before we go ahead and install our new door handle and put it together, before we get it on our door, I wanted to stop down, show you guys a little bit more about this new door handle, how it compares to the factory one, and the similarities and differences between the two. Now, obviously, visually, this is going to be a big upgrade, and it's also going to be a big upgrade in the materials as well. Our factory door handle is really made out of a plastic material. It's gonna have the same functionality as our new door handle, but these tend to fade, get worn out, and it can even get damaged while you're out on the trail. Now, this new option is gonna be made out of machined-aluminum, so you can ensure that this is gonna have a durable construction. It's gonna hold up while you're out on the trail, and it's gonna have a nice black finish on top to protect that aluminum underneath from any corrosion but also just to give it a very sleek look when it's mounted up to your door.Now, this is also gonna have cutouts in the middle of the door handle, and it is going to have more of a square construction in comparison to our more fluid and round construction from our factory door handle. So you are switching it up as far as the styling is concerned. However, if you flip them over, this is going to have basically the same functionality. This is new, so it obviously is going to operate a little bit smoother. But this is going to be a great choice if this is damaged, faded, or even if it's just not working anymore. And again, it's going to give you some better styling all-around your Jeep. So what do you say we put this together and get it installed on our Wrangler?So before we can install this on our Wrangler, as you can tell, this is going to be very similar. We don't have posts here. We are gonna be using M5 hardware. But we will get to that in a second. What we have to do first is install these gaskets. This is just going to prevent any metal on metal contact, prevent any scratching or damage on the door, and prevent any corrosion or sticking between this metal and the other one. So what I'm gonna do is just pull back this backing, stick it in place. I wanna make sure that it's not covering up that threaded hole for our hardware. We can do the same thing on the other side. And then we have two smaller pieces. Don't throw these out. Those aren't extra. Those actually go in the corners over here. Now, while we're on the table, you don't have to press these on like crazy because, once we get these attached, it's going to pull it in and make sure that they stay in place after the fact.So now that those are installed, what we can do is head over to our door and grab our hardware as well as our provided Allen key. We're gonna take the longer hardware, our flat washer, and our Allen key and install this. So what I did was took a 3-millimeter Allen key or Allen socket. I was using the one provided. You can use that as well. I just find it a little bit easier to use an extended one. I also have one of my ratchets on the end of it. What I'm gonna do is put that through the door here. I'm gonna line up this front one first. And the back one is pretty easily accessible, but this front one is a little bit harder to see and access. So what I'm gonna do is take our handle with the longer bolts on the outside and line it up and thread that into place.All right. So once that's most of the way in place, what I'm gonna do is take that same Allen key, and we can take the shorter provided hardware and thread that into the other mounting location.So once our door handle is installed, what we can do is start putting our door back together. So we're gonna start by placing our interior door panel back into place.Then what we can do, slide this door handle back into place. Pop these two clips and cables back into place. Then we can take our T30 Torx bolt and our T30 Torx socket, tighten that up into place. We can put this grommet back in. Now we can very carefully lower our window back into the retainers. So now that our window is back on the track and back in the clips, what we can do is reinstall our door panel. So, first, we're gonna start with our seal up at the top. Then we can grab our door panel, plug that in. Then we can hook it around the door handle. We're gonna have to pull that forward and kind of slip it in there and hook the top into the channel. Right.And now we can start putting everything back together. So I am going to start with those two Phillips heads crews that we took out behind this trim piece here. Now we can take our T20 Torx socket and our T20 Torx bolts, secure those back into place. And then we can reinstall our trim. Starting up here, clip that back in, and then same with our door handle. All right. Now we can repeat that process for our rear door, and then there is going to be a little bit of a separate process for our tailgate.So the rear door is going to be roughly the same process. What we can start to do is remove the T20 Torx bolts. There's gonna be one down at the bottom and then one up at the top. So next we can remove our panels, this one starting on the door handle or the door latch. And then we can remove this one as well. Once those are removed, we can remove that top one with a T20 and the two handle ones with that Phillips head. Then we can pull forward on our door panel and get that disconnected. So what we can do now is just cut these two pieces out once again, same thing for the other one. So what I did was just held two picks in each of the clips there and it held those clips in place depressed until I could pull the window up. Next, we can take off this T30 Torx bolt. We can unhook these latches here and cables. Then we can take off the 10-millimeter bolts surrounding the panel.So in order to get the interior door card off so we can access our handle, first, we have to take off this white sticky tape over on this side. That's gonna expose two clips. What I'm gonna do is take a small flathead screwdriver and just pry back on them, and we should be able to wiggle them backwards, kind of pull on the door card at the same time. So once it's disconnected from there, what we can do is kind of give it a good pull. Over on this side, this motor mechanism on the back may get hooked over here, and it may be difficult to pull forward. But what we're gonna do is pull this up and out. We're gonna kind of just let it hang there. And then we'll have access to that bolt for our exterior door handle. So what I'm gonna do is take an 8-millimeter deep socket just like I did with the front, and we can go ahead and remove that. Now, for the other one, just like last time, this is gonna be that grommet. So we're gonna pull that out. Then we can take the same 8-millimeter socket and do this one.First, we have to put on our gaskets. So just like what we did for the front, we're gonna take the longer bolt that has to go in this part of the handle, and we're gonna put that through.So with our shorter bolt through and our 3-millimeter Allen socket, we're gonna go ahead and thread this into the front part of our door handle. Once that's tightened up, we can do the same thing for the inside. Once those are hand-tight, we can take our ratchet, completely tighten them. And then once that's together, we can put our door card back together. So we're gonna start with these two tabs over on the side. So we're gonna start by getting those two hooked in. Once that's hooked into place, you wanna make sure that the top and the bottom piece are tucked into the door. Then we can kind of wiggle it back into place. It should kind of snap in by itself. Then we can reinstall all the 10-millimeter bolts, tighten that up with the 10-millimeter socket.Next, we can pop our door handle back into place. We can reinstall our T30 Torx screw using a T30 Torx socket to tighten it up. We can pop our door cables back into place. Next, we can grab our seal for the window, put that back into place, grab our door card, hook our handle through, hook the top part onto the window channel, and then start to tuck all of the plastic clips into place. Next, we can install our Phillips head screws. Then we can reinstall our Torx screws, one up at the handle, one down at the bottom, and then one up on the side. We can pop our trim back into place. And then last but not least, we can put down our window. This is just gonna go right back into the track once we drop it in place.So after you've finished up with the front as well as the back door, what you can do is repeat that process on the other side, and then we can get started on our tailgate. So the first thing that we have to do is take off this vent in the corner. I'm gonna use a panel removal tool and just pop it out of place. There's two clips on this side and there's two retainer clips on this side. Put this to the side. And then we will be able to very easily reach our bolts in the back. So what we can do now is remove the two 8-millimeter bolts or 8-millimeter nuts that are on our studs there. It's gonna be very easy to access these in the tailgate area in comparison to the other doors. Once you get it loosened up, you should be able to twist it off by hand, same thing for the top. This one might be a little bit difficult to see. And then we can go on the other side of our tailgate. We can pop it out of place, and it is going to be hooked on this lever here. All we need to do is unhook it. You might need a flathead screwdriver just to pop that lever out of that plastic retainer. Once it's out of there, you can kind of pry that lever out. And then we can transfer over our mechanism here onto our new door handle.So what we can do is start by removing this mechanism by taking a T10 Torx socket or a T10 Torx bit. We can unthread these bolts.So next what you can do is either use a very small Allen key. I find that the Allen keys tend to strip these bolts out a little bit quicker. What I'm gonna do is take a T9 Torx socket. This makes it a little bit easier to grab onto the bolt. And I am just going to go ahead and loosen that up, so we can take this off. Now, this is spring-loaded. So just keep that in mind, the same for the other side. We can carefully release that. Put this piece to the side. Grab our mechanism, making sure that the top part is oriented in the correct way. What we're gonna have to do is take the provided hardware that we just took out and thread that back into place. Then we can take one of our factory bolts and just secure this up at the top. I'm tightening that down with the T10 Torx.Now that our mechanism is installed on our new handle, we can do the same thing that we did with the other door handles, and we can put on our rubber gaskets.Now, once those are on, we can install our new handle on our tailgate. So, first, what we can do is reinstall this pin. So we're going to put it through first, and then we can pop this red piece back into place, and then that's going to be hooked on. We can line this up. We can open up our door for our tailgate. We can install our hardware. So just like we did with the other handles, what I'm gonna do is put that longer top bolt through first, so we can get that threaded in and lined up. This kind of gives us a visual on where our handle sits because the top one is always more difficult. Once that's threaded in, we can go back on the inside and tighten it down with our provided Allen key. After everything's tightened up, we can put this vent back in place, and then we're all set to go.So that's gonna wrap it up for my review and install. Make sure you like and subscribe. And for more videos and products just like this, always keep it right here at

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      Features, Description, Reviews, Q&A, Specs & Installation


      • Strength and Good Looks
      • Ideal for Off-road Driven JKs
      • Machined Aluminum Construction
      • Weather Resistant Matte Black Finish
      • Driver, Passenger and Tailgate Handles Included
      • Professional Installation Recommended
      • Fits 2007-2018 Jeep Wrangler JK 4-Door Models


      Strength and Good Looks. Your 2007-2018 4-Door JK Wrangler's factory door handles are made of plastic, which is fine for everyday daily driving. But, if your the kind of JK owner that goes on trail runs you know that a shrub or low hanging branch can easily snap off those stock plastic door handles. That is why you should upgrade to a RedRock 4x4 Aluminum Door and Tailgate Handle Set. These great looking Handles can take what the off-road can throw at them.

      Quality Aluminum Construction. RedRock 4x4 manufactures their Door and Tailgate Handles from machined aluminum for superior strength and durability. RedRock 4x4 then completes their Handles in a durable matte black finish that is both stain and weather resistant.

      Professional Installation Recommended. While the installation of these RedRock 4x4 Door and Tailgate Handles is relatively straight forward, it should be noted that removal of the interior door panels and handles is required. Professional installation is recommended.

      Application. This RedRock 4x4 Aluminum Door and Tailgate Handle Set; Black is designed to fit 2007-2018 Jeep Wrangler JK 4-Door models.

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      RedRock J132859

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      Installation Info

      What's in the Box

      • Front Driver Side Door Handle
      • Front Passenger Side Door Handle
      • Rear Driver Side Door Handle
      • Rear Passenger Side Door Handle
      • Tailgate Door Handle
      • Installation Hardware

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