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The pictures are relative depending on the angle and position of my camera but I will say the stick out 1 inch passed the door handle. You would notice, they look like they don’t stick out that far which is what I was looking for. I did put a level on them so I was sure of the distance they stick out. Definitely hear rocks clanging off the steps instead of the doors!
Thank you, yeah those look perfect. Stuck out just far enough to catch a door from any vehicle with a moderately lower ride height than a bronco; which with a sasquatch, should be 90% of the cars on the road. I think you've sold me on the DSS
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Do they mount using the pinch weld holes or at least hide them? The factory Bronco steps done ... they hang below the pinch weld... and it looks shifty. My wrangler steps mounted using the existing holes in the pinch weld. Easy to install, str8mg, and a Nice clean look!
I ordered my Bronco with the steps - wish I hadn't now. I'll have to paint the weld black or find some stripping to cover.
Sorry for the delay. They do use the existing pinch weld hole as well as the factory pre tapped bolt holes on the underside of the body. They are very sturdy which is why they say it will support 1 and 1/2 times the Bronco weight. I wasn’t a big fan of seeing the pinch welds and they do a pretty good job of hiding them but not completely.
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Sorry for the delay. They do use the existing pinch weld hole as well as the factory pre tapped bolt holes on the underside of the body. They are very sturdy which is why they say it will support 1 and 1/2 times the Bronco weight. I wasn’t a big fan of seeing the pinch welds and they do a pretty good job of hiding them but not completely.
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That looks much better than factory. Thanks.
 

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Sorry for the delay. They do use the existing pinch weld hole as well as the factory pre tapped bolt holes on the underside of the body. They are very sturdy which is why they say it will support 1 and 1/2 times the Bronco weight. I wasn’t a big fan of seeing the pinch welds and they do a pretty good job of hiding them but not completely.
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Looking really good! Can't wait for more to get these and provide feedback!
 

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So these sliders only use one of the 2 factory mounting bolt locations? Can you make a video pivoting the slider off some boulders for us?? :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO: Only half joking.
Correct along with securing to the pinch welds. Sadly no wheeling for us until SEMA is over.

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Has anyone tried to add mud flaps with the Dominator Extreme D6 Side Steps? I've ordered the steps already but haven't received them. I'm getting a lot of rocks and rooster tails on the doors and would like to protect them.
 

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Replaced the OEM sliders on my Badland with these from Rhino:
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These cost $529.05 which is a lot cheaper than the running board Ford has for sale. I also like how they look better.

It comes with Bronco specific brackets so installation was very easy. Took off the OEM sliders and got these on in 2 hours. They're very sturdy and now getting in and out of the truck is much easier, also no more fear of people slamming their door into my baby!

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Hoping they fit the 2022 version..can't imagine there would be any major changes....but waiting for them to offer them for 2022 models
 

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Now that you've had them awhile....do they feel too big? IF I EVER get my freakin' truck, very torn between the DSS, which look too small to be useful, and these, which seem big, but maybe not.

What you think now?
 
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Now that you've had them awhile....do they feel too big? IF I EVER get my freakin' truck, very torn between the DSS, which look too small to be useful, and these, which seem big, but maybe not.

What you think now?
@Headsong Been living with these for several months now, I love them! They protected my bronco from rock chips after wheeling on a mountain. Some other Broncos on the same trip only have the OEM sliders and they all had really bad rock chips afterwards.
 

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Hoping they fit the 2022 version..can't imagine there would be any major changes....but waiting for them to offer them for 2022 models
There will not be any changes between the 2021 and 2022 in terms of Frame.

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Just so you know they are on big-time back order with Panda. I ordered a set on Sept 23rd. Still have not been shipped.
 

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Just so you know they are on big-time back order with Panda. I ordered a set on Sept 23rd. Still have not been shipped.
They are on Backorder pretty much everywhere.
Good news is like we have been saying the sooner you buy the sooner you get on the list till they can meet demand.

We have sold more than they thought they would. We have tried to send updates in most of the pages we are in and update customers as they come in with more information we have.

We are working very very close with Go Rhino
 
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