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Must-See: Westin Snyper Triple Tube Rock Rails Review - CARiD.com

When you're done playing with various interior and performance mods, which promise you an outstanding off-road experience, make sure to get your 4x4 outfitted with a set of tried and tested rugged Snyper rock rails by Westin Automotive for additional protection of your precious Jeep Wrangler.


Manufactured to do more than simply provide you with the extra stepping area for easier cab access, tough as nails Snyper rock rails will bring your side protection to the whole new level. Thanks to the reinforced triple tube design, they will last a lifetime and ensure all-around coverage and years of the great look. Come with heavy-duty 2" tubing made from 16-gauge steel and equipped with the welded support plate, they will add the right amount of strength where it is required. Snyper Triple Tube Rock Rails are manufactured to fit both 2 and 4 door Wrangler models and can be installed using the factory hardware.

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Price: $349.99 - $379.99
Mounting brackets included.
1 Pair.
1-Year Warranty.


As most of you probably already know, Westin products are widely known for their quality and durability, yet this time those guys have exceeded all the expectations. So, as usual, our tech. expert Greg has prepared an in-depth video overview of the product to provide you with the necessary details to ensure that your installation process will be smooth and trouble-free.

Before heading over on your next off-road trip, make sure to check out our this review we've prepared for you.

If you want to add a bit more strength and aggressive styling to your Wrangler, add a set of Snyper rock rails by Westin Automotive on it. We bet that you'll be pleased with the result and achieve a jaw-dropping appearance of your JK you've always wanted.

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What do you guys think of Westin's steps? I'm thinking of getting some
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Look like nicely designed little pockets that'll hold mud, dirt, and moisture really well. Should rust up great, Liam!

You don't want something that fits up snug against your Jeep so it isn't smearing mud or dirt up and down your leg every time you get in and out? Or wetting the backside of your leg every time you get in/out when it rains?
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We work with Westin for almost a Decade and their products proved to be very reliable throughout the years. We selected them for our Jeep mostly because of the drop rail design, which protects the rocker and the upper step itself from the rocks and looks pretty cool.

In fact, the step doesn't fit flush to the rocker panel and there is a gap (I found a better picture for you guys).
The snow builds up a little, but when it melts it easily goes through the openings in the step and through the gap between the step and the body, as for the dirt, I didn't notice any heavy build ups during the ride outs, so I'd say it's not worse than other similar steps for JK. We installed the steps last fall and they hold up nicely.


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