Wrangler JK Armor & Protection
Nothing makes a Jeep Wrangler JK look better than some rock sliders, and tube fenders. Throw on some beefy skid plates, and you’re ready for any obstacle the trail can toss your way. Over the years the guys at Jeep Wrangler Parts.com have bought plenty of Jeep JK body armor, and nothings worse then getting something that doesn’t live up to what you expect. I once bought some slick looking rock sliders – I was pretty stoked to install them because they looked great! After wrestling with them for a few hours, they were finally installed, and I was really happy (or so I thought). Within one month the powder coating had begun flaking off and the exposed metal was rusting, not to mention the cheap bolts included in the kit were not coated or stainless – they rusted after the very first rain. That one experience was a big part of the reason we’re here, to help you get the most for your money when buying Jeep JK body armor and protection.
Reviews and Ratings for Jeep JK body armor and protection
As I mentioned earlier, buying the wrong body armor for your Wrangler can be a mess. It’s heavy to ship, and by the time you find out the panel doesn’t fit the way you’d like, or the rock sliders don’t look the way you’d want, it’s normally too late to try and box that stuff back up. Rest assured though, you can lean on our Jeep JK body armor and protection reviews and ratings to make sure you don’t waste any of your hard earned money. We’ve reviewed items like rocker panel armor, tube fenders (both front and rear), rock sliders, bumpers and more. From the $25 door sill guard, to the $1600 rocker armor kit, we’ve seen it all, and want to share our knowledge with you.
View our reviews of the following Jeep JK body armor and protection: