Short man with 2.5”lift on 93LC needs advice.

Joined
Jul 14, 2021
Messages
11
Location
oklahoma
Visit site
Newbie here with a shorty question. I’d like to put some rock sliders on my 93LC. I’ve looked at a few but I can’t find anything that would provide a lower step. I have another Fzj80 with a blown engine with running boards but don’t want to use them. Any vertically challenged mudder’s out there have any ideas? BTW. I absolutely LOVE this vehicle! Thanks in advance for information.
 

Heckraiser

SILVER Star
Joined
Aug 5, 2010
Messages
5,158
Location
Colorado
Visit site
Slee and Bump-It Offroad both make "step sliders" similar in shape and dimension to the factory running boards, but made to survive offroad abuse.

This is BIOR's step slider--looks basically just like the stock running boards, but made of 3/16 box steel with substantial cat protection underneath.

2872.jpg
 
Joined
Sep 30, 2014
Messages
570
Visit site
Another option to consider if you do a bit of off-roading, is to get a “normal” set of rock sliders (eg high clearance) and get a small bolt on step section added below. That way for normal use you have a low hanging step, but it’s a 2 minute job to unbolt when going off-road. Only issue might be appearance, but if it’s painted black it shouldn’t stand out too much
 
Joined
Jul 14, 2021
Messages
11
Location
oklahoma
Visit site
How short is short? I have a 26" inseam and 10 degree WKOR sliders with a 3" lift is good for me....Some days its a chore. But the steering wheel makes a good "haul up"
Ok. You got me beat. I’m a 30” inseam. But I’ve had three hip replacements. So I’ve got the mobility of a 26”. So we’ll call it square.
 
Joined
Jul 14, 2021
Messages
11
Location
oklahoma
Visit site
Slee and Bump-It Offroad both make "step sliders" similar in shape and dimension to the factory running boards, but made to survive offroad abuse.

This is BIOR's step slider--looks basically just like the stock running boards, but made of 3/16 box steel with substantial cat protection underneath.

2872.jpg
Can’t find a fit for a 93.
 

Users who are viewing this thread

Top Bottom