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    Quote Originally Posted by Jackal01 View Post
    I wish I had money to waste. Must be nice.
    I wouldn't call it a waste. My wife has having a hard time getting into the jeep. So I showed her these and she really liked em so I got them. I don't need a step to get in. I'm 6' 3", lol but I'm also the kind of guy that would run and jump to get in before I bought myself some steps. Happy wife, happy jeep life! :thumbs up:

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    That dude from Mississippi notnalc68's Avatar
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    Check out the rails by Rockhard 4x4
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    Quote Originally Posted by notnalc68 View Post
    Check out the rails by Rockhard 4x4
    Again. nice looking but I wouldn't count on them supporting 5000 pounds +/- of Jeep coming down hard without bending into the tub. The boatsides bolt onto the bottom of the tub so you are pretty much
    guaranteeing body damage with them. Nice as steps & light duty guards but not on rocks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ddays View Post
    Again. nice looking but I wouldn't count on them supporting 5000 pounds +/- of Jeep coming down hard without bending into the tub. The boatsides bolt onto the bottom of the tub so you are pretty much
    guaranteeing body damage with them. Nice as steps & light duty guards but not on rocks.
    True, but it depends on what a person needs. Some merely want steps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PrestonBarringer View Post
    What's everyone's opinion on metal cloak rails
    Bump... I'm about to order some does anyone know anything at all

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    Quote Originally Posted by PrestonBarringer View Post
    Bump... I'm about to order some does anyone know anything at all
    Internet master here with the search function.

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    Quote Originally Posted by notnalc68 View Post
    True, but it depends on what a person needs. Some merely want steps.
    Absolutely. If I was just looking for steps all of the different options shown here would be ok. Those folding ones the OP showed would be really nice on a DD that was wheeled lightly.

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    Thanks for all the info folks.

    I will let you know how they hold up on the trail. I am in colorado so mainly forest trails with a little bit of rock. I wheel on the weekends and its a daily driver. Looking for a new front bumper next.

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