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Thread: Daystar Jeep Renegade Rock Sliders Installed!

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    Those look really good!! Must have been tough drilling all those rivet holes into the body. definitely worth it though! They really do look fantastic!!

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    Those sliders look solid and the install came out great! I really like how they don't stick out too far.

    By the way... That is the cleanest undercarriage I've ever seen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JeepJeep75 View Post
    Those look really good!! Must have been tough drilling all those rivet holes into the body. definitely worth it though! They really do look fantastic!!
    LOL!! Years ago, it would have made me cringe but I've been doing this long enough that it's not that big of a deal anymore. I just take a lot more time measuring again and again so that I only have to drill once

    Quote Originally Posted by JeepFan View Post
    Those sliders look solid and the install came out great! I really like how they don't stick out too far.

    By the way... That is the cleanest undercarriage I've ever seen.
    LOL!! And you would be one to know

    Like you, I really am happy that they don't stick out too far and yes, they really are solid. I'll post up more pics with my write-up but inside the boxed slider, you can see there's an internal structure that presses up against the bottom of the tub.

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    Very clean. Nice work.

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    You have done an awesome job with that Renegade, Eddie. Looks like Daystar has put out some great products. I may have to invest in the sliders after seeing them on yours.

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    They look great. Interested in seeing how they hold up!

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    Those do look very cool! They almost blend right in with whole jeep.

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    Those look great!

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    Those look great! They look very similar in design to the OEM sliders that were on my '13 Grand Cherokee Trail Hawk.
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