I've hit a rock/boulder twice now with mine. I grew up 4 wheeling (exploring is a better term) with my Dad, then later with friends. I follow the school of thought that if my slider, or any other part of the vehicle for the matter, hits & starts scraping against rock, then I need to turn the wheel away from that side and/or backup and take another approach. I have seen people hit something with their sliders on the Rubicon, yet couldn't get through any other way. That always resulted in damage because the slider only covers a small portion of the vehicle, which people tend to forget. So, a 6" gap really won't be making that much of a difference.Matt06 wrote:Have you test them in the field? I think it's normal to have a little gap but this look like too much to me?
What do you guys think?