Xprite Black Front and Rear Grab Handles
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100% Recommend this product (5 of 5 responses)
October 12, 2018
I am 77 yrs old and getting in and out of my Wrangler Unlimited was kinda hard. Installed both front and rear bars-they work great-i can almost jump in and out of seat. Installation was easy once you figure where they go. Just remember that when taking bolt out of pillar hole, make sure it doesn't fall into pillar.. Mine did not drop off of wrench, but if it did it would be gone forever and maybe cause a rattle noise. Directions could be a little more specific on placement- but all went well and I love them-GREAT PRODUCT AND VERY INEXPENSIVE..
Sioux Falls, SD
June 21, 2018
Installation of the handles was super easy and took just a few minutes. They are strong, good quality and look to be a solid product. We have used them a couple times and they work well to help get in and out of the jeep and it works really well.
April 29, 2018
Very easy to install. Just take your time starting them to not get the bolt cross threaded. Great item makes getting in easy.
ProsGreat deal on sale.
February 24, 2018
Easy install. Only thing that I did after reading a few reviews was to spray the beginning of the threads on the screws with Liquid Wrench in order to have them go in a little easier. That made it a lot easier and I didn’t have to worry about double threading the screw.
November 1, 2017
Worth the money.
These are nice quality grab bars. Just take care to get the bolts in and threaded correctly. I ended up stripping the psgr side horizontal one and now get a clunking sound. Anyway not the products fault. My driver side is solid feels like one piece. I can rock the Jeep side to side with them. Cannot beat the price just as good as any other brand out there in my opinion.
ProsLooks really nice. Function well and even my stripped side (psgr) is stiff and can handle my wife using it to get in.
ConsNone really. Just be prepared to take your time and learn from my mistake. I'll probably rethread soon.