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Rugged Ridge/Mile Marker same part ???

Does anyone know if the MM are indeed different than the RR ? They sure look the same in pictures, but I'd like to know for sure. Thanks !!!
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I switched from RR to MM, MM better quality in my opinion and a RR fell off in my hand once. As I recall MM were more expensive.
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They are indeed more expensive, I'm good with that, as long as I'm paying more for a better product. I've read several posts about the RR falling off, don't want that to happen if I pay more.
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