I'd at least like a break on the cost of the rock rails, even Mopar is $850.00, it would be nice finangling 10 to 15 percent off that cost.
The shop labor seems fair as I assume 4 to 6 hours of labor at least for anyone to put these on correctly.
Let me know your opinions as soon as possible & thanks in advance for your help.
I agree the price is way too steep for the rock rails all though the the labor factor,,, only two hours wich is a deal ! even at a 100 -120 per hour !! its a min 4-6 hrs job at home , I also dont know why there on back order ! seems to be a popular item!!! so Mopar should step it up !!, or lets get some competitors in the mix !! LETS GO! WE NEED MORE WK2 ACCESSORIES !!! AND AFTER MARKET PRODUCTS!!
Just ordered mine ! Could take mounts , backordered for whatever reason ,, the ony good thing is I only paid 677.04 from Chrysler Parts Direct ,just hope that they'll be here by the spring Wish me luck!!
I got my mopar sliders, skids and tow hooks at wholesale prices from the dealerships but paid $935 for the install to a local 4x4 shop. I put RRO sliders and skids on my last couple of Jeeps but this time I figured best to leave it to the pros who have the right equipment. The WK2 sliders and fuel skids are heavy and time consuming. The tow hooks require removal of the lower part of the bumper so it was nice to drop it off and pick it up the next day all done right. I live in the SF Bay Area and the cost of living here is high so labor rates are up there too, but at least the money I saved on buying the parts went to help out a local small business.