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Mopar (#82209896) Rock Rails for Jeep Commander

Anyone have these and or used them before? They say they are for an 06/07 but would be interested to see if they fit my 09. Not cheap and for the price, I could probably get a nice set of SAs or something. But, hoping I can find them used somewhere.

https://www.quadratec.com/products/82209896.htm

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I haven't heard anything bad about the quality, but most people go with Steel Armadillo or 4XGuard because they have a much better design. The Mopar sliders hurt ground clearance pretty badly.

You could also look into these rock rails. I've seen them on the WK forums and they're pretty good quality. You may need to make some modifications to get them to fit though, since they aren't designed for a Commander.

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I haven't heard anything bad about the quality, but most people go with Steel Armadillo or 4XGuard because they have a much better design. The Mopar sliders hurt ground clearance pretty badly.

You could also look into these rock rails. I've seen them on the WK forums and they're pretty good quality. You may need to make some modifications to get them to fit though, since they aren't designed for a Commander.
A couple of years ago I was going to buy a set of the Steel Armadillo Rock sliders - but they were out of stock at the time.

I've since replaced the Factory plastic door sills/rock sliders with new ones from Chrysler, so, I'm kind of torn now.


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Do you guys know at what measurements the mounting brackets are? A guy is pretty much giving me his JK sliders for free but I don't want to take them if it's not close. He gave me this: Total length is 77 inches, mounts are at 10.5, 34.5, and 64.5 inches.
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Do you guys know at what measurements the mounting brackets are? A guy is pretty much giving me his JK sliders for free but I don't want to take them if it's not close. He gave me this: Total length is 77 inches, mounts are at 10.5, 34.5, and 64.5 inches.

what are they mounting to? the underbody similar to the ones linked by @consumedbywater ? I can measure my SAs and see what the overall length are...
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I haven't heard anything bad about the quality, but most people go with Steel Armadillo or 4XGuard because they have a much better design. The Mopar sliders hurt ground clearance pretty badly.

You could also look into these rock rails. I've seen them on the WK forums and they're pretty good quality. You may need to make some modifications to get them to fit though, since they aren't designed for a Commander.

the slider design is very similar to Steel Armadillos. The mounting is way different although it looks a bit easier. I wonder how well the self tapping bolts hold up?
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It’s these:

There’s a local metal shop that I can take them to see if they can fabricate it on, but just wasn’t sure.

I may just go measure some stuff out when I get home
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From that picture they look long and weenie-ish
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