I have the Olympic Reversa Bars on mine. I won't say that they are the STRONGEST out there, after all, they are bolted to the frame. BUT, they are strong enough in most situations and more than strong enough for most of the wheeling I will do. (Malls, backroads, Interstate, fields and farm, construction sites, etc.)
My wife is 5'3" and the reversa bars help enormously in her access to the jeep. She can get up into the jeep even in a fairly tight skirt. My 81 year old mother even found them helpful. (I don't have a lift or bigger tires yet....this is all at stock ride height)
And a side benefit is they provide some side protection from door dings in the parking garage and parking lots. Reversing them into the UP position would be even more protection...at the expense of having to listen to my wife complain about how high she had to lift her leg in order to get up into the cabin.... come to think of it....maybe that's not such a bad idea!
2007 Rubicon, Graystone, Auto, Dual, Power, Tow,GENTEX autodim mirror,COOL TECH antenna mount&exhaust,CIBIE,HELLA TPMS,AEM CAI, Fuel Door, Grab Handles,Tuffy,Thule,Olympic,HESCO Supercharger, HID, RR XHD FB w/stinger,DRAKE hoodlatch with locks
1972 C104 Commando - Bone stock