Rock Sliders

Welcome to our Ford Bronco Rock Sliders shop category, where off-road enthusiasts like you can find the running boards and side steps for their 2-door and 4-door Broncos, including the Wildtrak, Badlands, Black Diamond, and all other Bronco models! Choose from an array of steel and aluminum options, including door rock sliders, tube rock sliders, and side steps that not only offer superior defense but also add a touch of an aggressive style. With passenger and driver's side rock sliders, a black texture finish for that mean look, installation brackets and mounts for easy setup, and even deployable or power side steps for ultimate convenience, our collection is a playground for Bronco enthusiasts. Order yours today!

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What to Look Out for When Buying Ford Bronco Rock Sliders?

Powered Side Steps vs Traditional Rock Sliders

You first need to choose between powered side steps and traditional rock sliders for your Ford Bronco as there are key differences to consider. 

Powered side steps provide automatic functionality, retracting and extending with the opening and closing of the doors for easy access. 

Deployable sliders/steps are convenient, seamless, minimalistic, and essential for passengers with limited mobility. 

Traditional Ford Bronco rock sliders, on the other hand, offer rugged protection against off-road hazards, shielding your vehicle's body panels. 

They are ideal for those seeking maximum defense during challenging trail adventures such as rock climbing or obstacle crossing.

At the end of the day, the choice between protection and convenience is going to determine if you are better off with deployable side steps or traditional rock sliders.

Build Materials and Durability

Steel and aluminum are the two most popular options for Ford Bronco rock sliders, but they do come with their own sets of pros and cons.

Steel rock sliders are more durable and resistant to impacts, but can corrode if not treated properly and are heavier. 

Aluminum rock sliders are lighter, not as durable, and can be a pain to work with if you bend them.

No matter which one of these two you go for, always look for signs of durable construction such as consistent welds, reinforced designs, protective coatings, and easy replacement, as all of these will eventually get scuffed if you are serious about off-roading.

Style and Design

Rock sliders add an undeniable touch of customization to your Bronco, so be sure to go for a setup that compliments your Bronco.

Tube sliders are more seamless while larger, flat sliders portray a more utilitarian and futuristic look.

These can usually be had in a few different finishes such as gloss, matte, or even chrome. Black is the color of choice for most people, but gray and silver are also very popular options.