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Old 08-07-2012, 05:24 PM
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Re: Getting Mopar Rock Sliders installed now

Those look really good. Do you have a part # on them?
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Re: Getting Mopar Rock Sliders installed now

I'm looking for something just like that but chromed. Anyone know where I can find it? BTW, very nice looking!
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Looks mean! Will you be putting some off road tires on her?
He needs some GY Wrangler Silent Armors
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He needs some GY Wrangler Silent Armors
If i do anything else to it right now, my pregnant wife is gonna put her tires on my backside , although I would like to have an extra set of tires/rims to take to the outer banks, did that with my '02 overland and had a lot of fun.

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Hey can someone tell me why it takes 8+ hours to install rock sliders?
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Sure thing Jeepsterman.

Hey can someone tell me why it takes 8+ hours to install rock sliders?
I have read somewhere on these forums that it can take the novice installer up to 4 hours to install the first one by following the instructions, then less than 1 hour to install the second one without instructions.
I've just picked my set of rocksliders up and start side 1 tomorrow morning. Will be sure and let you know how I go.
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Re: Getting Mopar Rock Sliders installed now

Scarps, that's about right, did mine last Friday and the first side took 3 hours second 1.5. Having someone to help makes it heaps easier also.
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Re: Getting Mopar Rock Sliders installed now

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I have read somewhere on these forums that it can take the novice installer up to 4 hours to install the first one by following the instructions, then less than 1 hour to install the second one without instructions.
I've just picked my set of rocksliders up and start side 1 tomorrow morning. Will be sure and let you know how I go.
If you havn't read the install tips on here make sure you dry run all the nuts and bolts together before the install. The coating on them makes them a tight fit. This is especially important on the capture bolts you have to fish through. It's a long job, I didn't have a hoist and it was a good 7 or8 hrs to complete.
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Re: Getting Mopar Rock Sliders installed now

Can you prove part number for this part and also where you got this? Am also interested with this for my altitude. I also have a black altitude and have been trying to find those.
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Can you prove part number for this part and also where you got this? Am also interested with this for my altitude. I also have a black altitude and have been trying to find those.
I got mine from the dealership, PN 82212157. Pain to install but look and function great.
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Re: Getting Mopar Rock Sliders installed now

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I got mine from the dealership, PN 82212157. Pain to install but look and function great.
oops, sorry, I mean provide.. LOL.
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