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What an awesome product!

If I end up with another WK2 to replace my current one i'm definitely going these.

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Yeah, they look nice..... almost makes me want to rip off the mopar rails, but too much effort....
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I thought the same- Chief rails look awesome! But after what it took to get the Mopar ones on there’s no way I’m taking them off...!


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They look neat with the countersunk capscrews too. They also have a nice tiedown for the rear now too.

Hope he has a better idea for the bottom fixings than the stupid flag bolts mopar provide
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https://www.chiefproducts.com.au/pro...wk2-rock-rails

What an awesome product!

If I end up with another WK2 to replace my current one i'm definitely going these.

at $1700 for sliders with tread plates i think that's absurd .
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at $1700 for sliders with tread plates i think that's absurd .
Meh, price ranges from $870 to $1700 (and 30kg to 44kg), I think they have something there fro everyone. They are certainly look leaps and bounds of any other available option as far as fit, form and finish go. I'll be getting a set.
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Meh, price ranges from $870 to $1700 (and 30kg to 44kg), I think they have something there fro everyone. They are certainly look leaps and bounds of any other available option as far as fit, form and finish go. I'll be getting a set.
true they have something for everyone but being forged in thailand i would have expected the prices to be substantially lower . Those are australian wage prices with thailand overheads. Doesn't add up
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true they have something for everyone but being forged in thailand i would have expected the prices to be substantially lower . Those are australian wage prices with thailand overheads. Doesn't add up
I've got a mixture of Chief products and other suppliers kit on both of my cars. I don't know where Chief products are made but I can say absolutely they are of the highest quality. Far better than other Australian made aftermarket components I have.

As for value, well - I paid just about 2k for my Mopar rock sliders and even from the photos I can tell the Chief products units are better.
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