Any suggestions on rock sliders with steps?

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  1. Loose Nut

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    Raising the jimmy up big time, wouldnt mind having some steps to get in, plus a built in rock slider, any suggestions? if you have pics please throw them up to :) thanks much
     
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    here is some I build

    Are you looking for something weld in .....we have those too.




    Jesse

    Bill bowling bumper sliders2.jpg

    cage rear side.jpg

    weld in rockers5.jpg
     
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    i have a set similar to the pic jesse posted on top, got them for a case of beer off a buddy, they work good. i was reading in this months four wheeler to hang down some chain for a step, im going to do that on the passenger side when i can get to it, looks like the way to go if you wheel your truck
     
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    i noticed on your site jesse that they bolt to the body, how strong are they? Im a big boy and dont want to get them tweaked when i use the step portion of the slider :)
     
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    Many people bolt them on there and seem to bash them pretty good, without any ill affects. Which unless your fatter than your blazer :eek1: I dont think stepping on them will be a problem.
     
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    Here's a removable step I make. Made the wife's life a hole lot nicer...

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    Or I can build this style with the steps built in.
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    Or we can do one long step and angle it down.
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