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Hey, guys. So today we're checking out the RedRock 4x4 OEM Style Side Step Bars, fitting all 2018 and newer four-door JL Wranglers. So if your JL did not come with side steps right out of the factory and you're looking for some better accessibility for your cab area as well as some OEM styling, then these are gonna be a great choice to take a look into. So not only are these just going to be great for the Jeep owner that does not have those steps, but if you already have the factory side steps and if you've already damaged one while you were out on the trail, these are going to serve as a great replacement.Now, these are going to help you out with better accessibility for getting in and out of your Jeep for you as well as your passengers, especially if your Jeep is lifted, and it's also going to help you out with any roof access if you have a roof rack installed on your Wrangler. So these steps are going to have a running board style with a large stepping surface, giving you a ton of real estate for you and your passengers to easily get access to your cab area and they're gonna have a nice textured the surface right on top for those wetter days, giving you some extra traction. Now, what I really like about these is that these are gonna be made of a impact-resistant plastic, perfect if you're looking for that lighter protection as well as accessibility. So these will hold up to any lighter fire trails or anything kicking up from the front tire, and of course, any door dings in the parking lot. Now, I would like to mention that if you are doing some heavy off-roading, these again, are going to be made of a plastic material. So if you are looking for some heavy-duty protection, something that is made of an aluminum or steel might be more up your alley. But again, if you're looking for some OEM styling as well as some lighter protection, these are going to be a great option to take a look at.With that being said, these will come in right around the $200 mark, making these a very affordable choice for an OEM style step. Now, in comparison to some other choices on the page, some of those more expensive options are usually gonna come with that heavy-duty build, made of an aluminum or a steel material, which will be for those heavy-duty off-roaders and somebody who wants all of that extra protection for their rocker area. Now, again, if you're not looking for all of that, if you're just looking for some better accessibility, some OEM styling as well as some lighter protection, then these again, will be a great option to take a look into.Not to mention, these are going to be incredibly easy to install at one out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter. You're gonna need some very basic hand tools to get the job done and probably an hour's worth of your time. So speaking of that install, let me run you through that right now.The tools that I used for my install were an electric ratchet, a 3-inch extension, a 10-millimeter, and a 13-millimeter deep socket, and an impact wrench. So to kick off our install, we're gonna start on the table by mounting our brackets onto our steps. Now, the two longer brackets are gonna be up at the front and the middle. The shorter bracket is going to be on the end. You're gonna need your provided hardware for this. It's going to be the bolts with the captured lock washer as well as flat washer, and you're also gonna need a 10-millimeter socket.So we're gonna start in the back with our shorter bracket. As you can tell, our step kind of narrows down once it gets to the back. So we're gonna line this up with the nuts that are inserted in our step, grab our hardware, and start hand-threading that in. Now, we're not gonna completely tighten everything down. We wanna get these brackets mounted up and our step adjusted and in place before we tighten everything down. But I do have that 10-millimeter socket with me just so we can get it snugged up. So I'm just gonna snug these up.So now that our brackets are on, what we can do is line our step up with the pinch weld and put these studs through. So now that our step is mounted up to our pinch weld, what we can do is secure down our bracket. I'm gonna start with the body mount bolt. I'm gonna take the bolt, the lock washer, and the flat washer and thread that into the threaded hole in the underbody. Now, again, we're not gonna tighten these up just yet. We wanna make sure that everything's attached and adjusted before we go back and tighten down all of our hardware. But now we can move to our pinch weld bolts. Now, these studs are securing the step onto the pinch weld right now. So we're gonna take the provided nuts. These are gonna be the flange nuts. And we're gonna thread these onto the studs.So now that our hardware is hand-threaded on, what I'm gonna do is just snug them up. I'm gonna start with the pinch weld studs using a 10-millimeter socket. Now, again, we don't wanna completely tighten them, but we do wanna make sure our step is secured. So after the pinch weld studs are snugged up, what we can do is do the same thing with our body mount bolt. I'm gonna use a 13-millimeter. And then we can repeat that process for the other two brackets.So now that we have all of our hardware installed, what we can do is start to tighten down all of our hardware. So I'm gonna start with this body bolt here with that 13-millimeter socket. So then we can move down to the studs. I'm gonna use a 10-millimeter deep socket for those. So for this back stud, because the body mount is here, you may need a small extension just to clear. Then last but not least, we can tighten down our bracket bolts using that same 10-millimeter socket that we used for the studs. After we're wrapped up on this bracket, we can repeat that same process for the other two brackets. So after you've completed one side, all you have to do is repeat that process on the other side.So that's gonna wrap it up for my review and install. Make sure you like and subscribe. And for more videos and products like this, always keep it right here at extremeterrain.com.
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