Jeep JK 2 Door Rock Sliders

Jeep JK 2 Door Rock Sliders

NV-00166

Regular price $399.99
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Estimated 3-5 weeks to Ship

Frame Mounted Rock Sliders for Jeep Wrangler JK 2 Door 2007-2015


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Frame Mounted Rock Sliders for Jeep Wrangler JK 2 Doors 2007-2015

Next Venture JK Rock Sliders are trail tested, heavy duty, and second to none! Protect your JK's rocker panels and give your Jeep the strength to pivot and slide over any rock obstacle with confidence.


  • Main slider body and frame mounting legs are made from 2x2 by .188 wall structural steel square tubing

  • Rock rail tubing is .120 wall DOM (much stronger then hot rolled electric welded tubing used by many others)

  • All installation hardware and instructions included. Installation is bolt on; welding is optional.

  • Custom cutting of text or graphics on spanner plates is available upon request!


Want something out of the ordinary? Just e-mail Dan@NextVenture.Co

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Kendal C.
I absolutely LOVE these sliders

I absolutely LOVE these sliders, I chose to weld mine on although the instructions for bolt on are easy to follow!
These sliders have saved my jeep from rocks many times and I love that they have some room to stand on to make getting in and out a little easier. I was thoroughly impressed with the welds and cuts on these sliders, very professional and sleek looking. 10/10 would buy again for my next jeep!
Word of advice: they look even better when paired with the rocker skins!

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Why choose next venture?

parts inspired by the trail

Our team got into the game after rock crawling, wrenching, fabricating and being inspired to design and build parts for what we love to do: hit the trail.

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what our customers are saying

My rear Next Venture diff skid takes a beating! Best rear diff skid available. Well done!

Lee Bower

Quality is amazing, items fit perfectly. Couldn't be more happy; these are gonna help out a lot between the tons and LS1.

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