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Rock Rails / Sliders that don't lose clearance but can be used as step?

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Rock Rails / Sliders that don't lose clearance but can be used as step?
I have the Teraflex, and think they might offer a little additional clearance over the stock Rubi sliders. They also hide the pinch seam, and work as a step. I put some 3M grip tape on the flat surface because they were pretty slippery when wet. I also like that they are light (aluminum), and they seem to take a beating very well.
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how about some that go to the frame not attached to the body?????

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Schrockworks. I run them. Stout as hell, have a nice bar that protrudes out and up for use as a step and extra body protection, and they bolt to the frame. Well worth the wait.
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i second the shrockworks.
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How do you install the River Raiders? Do you just put the rails up to the body, mark, and drill? what kind of nut goes on the back of this?
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How do you install the River Raiders? Do you just put the rails up to the body, mark, and drill? what kind of nut goes on the back of this?
Im pretty sure they use nutserts.

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