Sold: Wisconsin My rock rails are for sale.

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I have ordered power steps for my Badlands so these are coming off. I only have 1,200 city miles on them so look like new. $350 plus shipping cost is on buyer.
UPDATE: It looks like shipping on these will be around $125. If someone between Wisconsin and Texas wants them, I could deliver. I will be heading to KC, MO next week and to Texas on December 18th. I will be in Moab late May of 2022.
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I guess I could take a picture of them but they look like every other set on the new Bronco. I hadn't planned on taking them off until I received he power steps but if there is a buyer I certainly will.
 

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I guess I could take a picture of them but they look like every other set on the new Bronco. I hadn't planned on taking them off until I received he power steps but if there is a buyer I certainly will.
no worries. Thanks for the response! I ended up going with the rough country rails
 

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I have ordered power steps for my Badlands so these are coming off. I only have 1,200 city miles on them so look like new. $350 plus shipping cost is on buyer.
After reading about & seeing all these creative solutions to include front mud flaps with the factory rock rails, I couldn't help to wonder why no one hasn't taken a different approach.

It would seem more appealing to simply cut the front end of the rock rail enough so it and the mud flap doesn't come in contact. If there's an end cap; perhaps it could be removed prior to the cut, and then re-attached afterward.

Since I haven't seen the rock rail in person to fully understand it's overall design, I don't know whether there is a design limitation that prevents such a simple solution.

That said, could you provide a few close up pictures; particularly of the front end of the rock rail that could perhaps shed some light on this possibility?
 

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2 or 4 door?
 
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