- (2) Rock Slider Assemblies
- (2) Pinch Weld Adapters
- (2) Short Support Brackets
- (2) Long Support Brackets
- (1) Universal Installation Tool
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Installation Time: (approx) 1 Hour
Difficulty Level:Simple installation for anyone
Hi, the slider use the body mounts brackets? Or is just drilling the holes on the side of the jeep.
Thank you for your question! This will mount to the factory mounting points as well as hardware from drilled locations in the body.
Would these fit with factory fenders? I have a 2008 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sahara.
The Snyper Rock Slider Steps can be used with the OEM Fender flares.
Do these work with the factory rubi-rails?
Hello, unfortunately these would not work with the Factory Rubi Rails, you would have to remove them.
Installation Time:Full Day
Installation Time: Full Day
July 18, 2017
Snyper Rock Slider Steps - Review
The install on this product was a nightmare. This is definitely a two person project. I have a 2008 4-Door Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sahara with the painted OEM fenders and ended up having to trim off about an 1" on the bottom of each the front and rear fenders with a Dremel to allow these to fit properly which I did not intend on doing. Also, you have to drill into the side of your vehicle (which I was aware of) and then install the nutserts which are almost impossible to get to fit properly without them freely spinning. I recommend using a smaller drill bit than what's called out in the instructions otherwise you'll end up with the same issue. I actually ended up taking a few back out and just used a nut with a lock washer on the backside for a tighter fit. The estimated install time of an hour is a joke. With two people, I have about 7-8 hours tied up into getting these to fit properly. All-in-all the product ended up looking great once installed and seems very heavy duty for great protection, however the installation was far more than I expected. I recommend getting them professionally installed unless you have a whole free day with someone to help and some average experience.
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