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Rough Country SR2 Adjustable Aluminum Side Step Bars; Textured Black (21-23 Bronco 4-Door)

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      Video Review & Installation

      Merideth: Hey, guys. So, today we're checking out the Rough Country SR2 Adjustable Aluminum Side Step Bars in Textured Black fitting all 2021 and newer 4-door Ford Broncos. So, if you need better access to your cab area and want a heavy-duty look in the meantime, these side step bars are gonna be a great choice to check out. And this will be great for the Bronco owner who wants an extra boost up into their track, especially if they've added a lift and needs that extra drop when it comes to a step. These will offer a large stepping surface, giving a ton of space underneath your foot, making accessibility just that much easier, and also being adjustable.Now, because of the slotted rail system on the bottom of this rail here, you can perfectly slide this step into your preferred position for the best comfortability. This set will also add a decent amount of protection to the pinch weld area, completely covering it. So, if you're in search of some more protection for the trail or just everyday life, this is a great choice. Now, I would like to mention that the steps do stick out and hang down a little bit from the body on the Bronco, so if you are doing any rock crawling, I would keep in mind that they do have the potential to get snagged. Now, what I will say is because the steps do work on that slotted rail system, you do have the option to take them off if you really want to, to have more of a high clearance setup for some off-road situations.Now, getting into the build, these will have a heavy-duty aluminum construction, being lightweight but also strong, with a black powder coat finish offering a tough look and, of course, corrosion resistance. Now, what I will say, is that I do really like the way that it tucks up into the body offering a very finished and clean look. And the boxy construction has a very similar look to the factory-style rock rail. So, if you're a fan of that, then these will be up your alley. Now, when it comes to price, these will come in at roughly $500, putting this at a little bit more of a premium price compared to some other steps.Now, when comparing this to some other options in the category, I do really like this choice because it will give you a ton of coverage from the bottom of the pinch weld all the way up to the side body line on the rocker panel. Now, some other choices may offer a similar dropdown step, but won't tuck as close or cover as much as this choice will. Not to mention with the step being adjustable and removable, this will allow you a little bit more flexibility when it comes to clearance, and also offering solid accessibility in the meantime. Now, I think if you're looking for a side step bar that is going to have a high-quality build and is right in the middle when it comes to protection and accessibility for your Bronco, then this is gonna be a great choice.Now, install is gonna be a one out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter, taking you about two hours to get the job done with the right handtools. And one of our installers here is gonna walk you through that process step by step. So, that's gonna wrap it up for my review. Let's hop into the install.Man: Tools used for this install, 3/8 ratchet, 17 and 13-millimeter sockets, 13-millimeter ratcheting wrench, and 5-millimeter Allen head. Hey guys, I'm gonna show you how to install our aluminum side step bars on our '21 Bronco. So, let's get started. So, the first thing we're gonna do is install these brackets we have with this kit. So, there's gonna be one that gets installed here, here, and one in the front. And as you can see, this bracket here has a hole that's slotted right here. This is gonna go into a hole that's into the body already from the factory that's already threaded. And then we will secure these wings here off of this bracket to the pinch weld, and that'll hold these brackets in place. Then we'll be able to bolt our side steps right onto the side of this and get this secure.So, now we're under the truck facing towards the back. This is the back tire. We have a hole right here, and we have our bracket. And what I'm gonna do is stick our bracket in place here. I'm gonna take this 17-millimeter that's supplied in our kit, get it started in this factory drill hole that's already tapped here, and I'm gonna run it in by hand. And it has a flat washer and a lock washer on it if you can see it. And then I'm gonna take the 13-millimeters that are supplied in the kit with this big washer, put it through here. I'm gonna put a nut on the back end of this. Snug it up. Do the same in the front here on this bracket. You might not be able to see it, but I'm putting it through here. Same thing, I'm gonna snug it up like that. Get those two in place. Now, what I'm gonna do is take my 3/8 ratchet, my 17-millimeter, and I'm gonna tighten this back bolt. I'm gonna change it over here to a 13-millimeter socket, and I'm gonna change it to a wrench, and I'm gonna put the wrench on this. I'm gonna take my 13-millimeter socket and my 3/8 ratchet, and tighten these two up. And the same with the front one.Now we'll move on to our middle bracket. So, again, we're gonna take our bracket, stick it up in place here. Take our 17-millimeter, start it here first. Get that started. And again, I'm just gonna snug it up like that. And I'm gonna take our 13-millimeters with our flat washer, put 'em through. Put the nut on the other side, snug that one up. Do the same with this one here. There we go. Put our nut on the backside. Tighten that up. Now, I'm already converted over here, so I'm gonna take my 13-millimeter socket with my ratchet. Take my wrench, hold onto this. Tighten these two up first. And do same to the front one. We can change our socket here to a 17-millimeter. Tighten this up. Now we'll go onto our front brackets.So, now I'm gonna put my front bracket on the same way. Take my 17-millimeter here, get it in place, run it in. Snug it up by hand. I'm going to take my 13-millimeters, start these with a nut on the back side of it like that. Do the same with the front one. Get that in place. Hold my wrench. I got a 13-millimeter wrench here. Take my ratchet. Do the same at the front one here. We'll switch it over here to our 17-millimeter socket. And now we'll tighten up our 17-millimeter here. And now we have everything tight. Now we'll go and get ready to install our step bar.So, the first thing we're gonna do now that we have our brackets on our vehicle is we're going to get ready to install our side step bars here onto this piece of our side step. What I'm gonna do first is I'm gonna take two of the 13-millimeter bolts, get 'em in the center here. Then we're gonna put bolts in our side steps here, and we'll slide them on. Slide this one on this way. Put a couple more bolts in, put our end caps on, and then we'll be able to take this whole unit and stick it on the vehicle.The first thing I'm gonna do is take my two 13-millimeters here that I have, slide them in our rail, and put 'em in the center. Those two are gonna be for the middle bracket. Then we're gonna come over to our first side step here and we're gonna put our bolts through here. And we're gonna leave 'em pretty loose, that way we can have some maneuverability when we slide this into the slots there. Same up here. I'm gonna put a top one in. And the other one here. And then you're gonna start a couple threads on these, just like that. Leave them loose so we can get them into the slots when we go to put 'em on. Do the same on this side, just a couple threads. Same with the top ones. Okay. Now that we have these in place, we're gonna take 'em over here and we're gonna slide this into our rail. Then we'll repeat this same procedure on this one over here and slide that one in.Now I have my side step getting ready to be slid in here. Just gonna have to line the bolts up so that you get 'em on their flats so that they can go on just like that. Wanna wiggle that in place. And we're gonna come to this one, and we're gonna do the same and get the flats lined up so that they fall into place. There we go. And that one there. Now, I'm just gonna slide this on and run the nuts in with my fingers here just a little bit to keep it from moving around. Now you're gonna just wanna repeat the same procedure on the opposite end, and get the flats. The tricky part is there's three of them. We gotta get all three to line up. And now that we have both our side steps on, now we're gonna stick some bolts in the ends for our other brackets and then put our caps on.Now that we have both of the side steps mounted, we're just gonna slide two more 13 millimeters in. These are for our back bracket, and then the other side will be for the front bracket. So, next, we're gonna put our end cap in place. Goes in sort of like that. First what you have to do is they supply you some nuts. You're just gonna have to push them in. I'm just gonna get them in place here pretty much just like that. We'll get these back somewhere in that area there. And I'll take my cap, slide it over the top. And once I got that on, what you're gonna wanna do is take the Allen heads that are supplied, just line the nut up with the hole. Put your Allen head in place here, and we'll tighten that one up. Do the same to this one. And do the same down here to the bottom one. Wind that nut up. Now you're just gonna wanna repeat that same procedure on the opposite side.So, now we have everything in place. We're ready to put this onto our side brackets here. I have the holes lined up, kind of where they're gonna be, the side steps in place. So, now I'm just gonna take it over and get it in place, and then start two of our bolts. Pretty much like that. Now I'll get under and start two of our bolts. So, now I'm just gonna start our two center bolts or put our two center nuts on here, and get these so it holds it in place. And then once I get those two on, what I'm gonna do is just adjust the side steps a little bit. Now we'll get underneath, put our nuts on, tighten everything up. So, next what we're gonna do is I've already just started the two bolts here for our bracket that holds our bracket onto the side step itself. I'm gonna take my 13-millimeter wrench and tighten these up first. Same with the top one. And now I have my side step, I eyeballed it and I got it where I want it in the center, so we're going to get in here. There's three bolts here, three bolts here. I'm gonna tighten these up with my 13-millimeter wrench. I'm gonna do the same on these here, tighten these up. And the top one here, might have to use the open-ended on that to get to that one.Okay. Now we'll go onto our middle bracket and our front side step. Now we're gonna tighten up the two here on our bracket. These are the ones we started to hold it in place. Just take my 13-millimeter wrench, tighten these two up. And then we have three here on our side step in the back, and this one, and then the one up top here, which again, you might have to use your open-end to get into that one. Now we'll tighten the front side step up and our front bracket. So, now we're gonna tighten up the three in the front here on our side step. We already tighten the back ones up. And then the same with this one here. And then you're gonna use your open-end on your 13-millimeter here to get up into place here and tighten this one up. All right, now we're gonna go up here. We have two nuts started on our bracket that holds this in place. So, we're gonna just spin them on. And then we'll take our 13-millimeter again, tighten these two up, and the top one. Now you're gonna just wanna repeat this whole install procedure on the opposite side.That wraps up this review and install of our Rough Country SR2 Adjustable Aluminum Side Step Bars in Textured Black for '21 and up Bronco 4-doors. Thanks for watching, and for all things Bronco, keep it right here at

      Product Information

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


      • Provides a Step for Easy Entry
      • Drop Step Design
      • Hides Body Pinch-weld and Frame
      • Extruded Aluminum Construction
      • Textured Black Powder Coated Finish
      • Simple Bolt-on Installation
      • Fits 2021-2023 Ford Bronco 4-Door Models


      Style and Function. Make getting in and out of your Ford Bronco much easier by installing a set of Rough Country SR2 Adjustable Aluminum Side Step Bars. These Side Step Bars run the length of your cab and feature a drop step design for firm, confident footing, all while giving your Bronco a rugged yet clean appearance. Rough Country's SR2 Side Step Bars feature an adjustable design, meaning the drop step can be installed left or right horizontally for the perfect footing position.

      Rugged Construction. These Rough Country SR2 Side Step Bars are fabricated from extruded aluminum for superior strength, rigidity and light weight. Rough Country then completes their SR2 Side Step Bars in a high-grade, textured black powder coated finish for long lasting corrosion resistance and durability. Molded end caps are included.

      Direct Bolt-On Installation. Rough Country engineered their SR2 Aluminum Side Step Bars to be a direct bolt-on upgrade using the supplied brackets and hardware. There is no cutting or modifications required for a clean straight forward install. Installation can be completed in about 2 hours with just basic hand tools and the help of a good friend.

      Application. These Rough Country SR2 Adjustable Aluminum Side Step Bars; Textured Black are designed to fit 2021-2023 Ford Bronco 4-Door models.


      • 2021 Ford Bronco
      • 2022 Ford Bronco
      • 2023 Ford Bronco

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      Installation & What's in the Box

      Installation Info

      What's in the Box

      • (2) Side Rail
      • (2) Front End Caps
      • (2) Rear End Caps
      • (4) Steps
      • Mounting Brackets

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