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    Have the mounting points changed since prototype? Do they required any additional drilling? Can you post some additional installed pictures please?
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    Quote Originally Posted by LōD Offroad View Post
    They performed well with all tests we performed on them, we are figuring out production currently.
    What type of test have they been through? Will they hold up to rock bashing? Conceptually these could fit the need of a lot of jeepers looking for a functional step (more than a tube) along with a slider that can take a beating. They look like they cover the pinch seam well too, hoping to get my hands on a pair soon!


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    We have updated the website listing with a few powdercoated pictures. We know it is taking a little while, but please bear with us for just a little while longer! These will soon be out in the wild

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    Those look so good


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    These do not require drilling and are a more user-friendly item in terms of install. All I am allowed to currently disclose is that we lifted the vehicle by the sliders and got wheels and vehicle off the ground, and everything was fine afterwards.

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    Have the mounting points changed since prototype? Do they required any additional drilling? Can you post some additional installed pictures please?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LōD Offroad View Post
    We have updated the website listing with a few powdercoated pictures. We know it is taking a little while, but please bear with us for just a little while longer! These will soon be out in the wild

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    I hope "a little longer" is this week. I want to have them by the time my new 2017 is delivered.


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    Quote Originally Posted by luckyrugger View Post
    I hope "a little longer" is this week. I want to have them by the time my new 2017 is delivered.


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    How much longer? I see installation instructions are online. My Jeep is in transit now.


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    Quote Originally Posted by luckyrugger View Post
    How much longer? I see installation instructions are online. My Jeep is in transit now.


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    I was just going to post this same question.

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