Rock Rails, Side Steps, and Sliders.

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They are not frame mounted sliders. They are mounting using body mounting bolts and rocker mounting locations. 🤷‍♂️
I guess the wait continues and I save $2k buying those.


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I like your Go Rhino D6 steps, would you mind posting some more pics from different angles please. Looks nice on your bronco...
 

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I am pretty happy with the Go Rhino D6 steps
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Do you have a side profile shot? I'm looking for a slider solution that tucks up close to the body but still acts as a platform.
 

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Did a search and didn't really see a good post about this topic. So far I really like the SEMA concept. Its simple and you can remove the step. I wonder if that is the stock rock rail? If you guys have anything your eyeballing I would love to see them Linked here. I would think that everyone that fabs for Jeep will easily jump on the bronco. Hoping for a ton of options.

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The step in the top photo that attaches to the factory rails, who makes that?
 

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I'm pretty sure I want these if they fit on the existing Badlands rock sliders. Do you know if they require drill holes to mount each step or are these pressure bolts that are removable without drilling?
Hoping they are pressure bolts and not drilled. They really need to get these out on the market.
 

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Hoping they are pressure bolts and not drilled. They really need to get these out on the market.
"The STIRRUP is mounted to your OEM rocker rail with a bi-sectional clamping bracket. No drilling will be required to mount the brackets to your OEM rails. The STIRRUP is definitely more solid than the rail it's mounted to. With its coating and the use of aluminum and stainless, the STIRRUP will require little maintenance and it will last the life of your Bronco."
 

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This video is informative.......I do not think it is an advertisement.

The 2 commenst that caught my attention is the one about things inside the bronco frame making drilling a bad idea and that most makers are stating that body mount rails are strong enough.
 
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Is it safe to assume that the Rock Rails - For 2021 2-Door (M2DZ78102D30AA) will fit just fine for a 2 DR 2022?
 

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Soooo, no frame mounted solution without welding or drilling yet ? One maker said that Ford did not drill holes in the frame to accommodate the no-drill solution ?
 

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I am looking for a step or slider/step that will work with the plastic mud flaps.
Any suggestions?
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