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Old 05-27-2010, 01:57 PM   #21
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Anyone have pictures of these sliders installed on a 1st gen?
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Old 05-28-2010, 07:06 AM   #22
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I know this is a noob question, but where can I get these painted and then put on my truck and about how much would that cost me?
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Old 05-28-2010, 07:17 AM   #23
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Ill be getting some very soon. what is normal shipping on these for a 07dbl cab? to 76308?
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All Toyotas? Where's sliders for the wife's Camry...
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Old 05-28-2010, 07:31 AM   #25
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Anyone have pictures of these sliders installed on a 1st gen?








Lemme know what kinda angle you want and I'll see if I got a pic of em.


Note: Mine are as far out from the frame as possible. Since my frame "passed" the rust inspection, I figured mount em a bit further out than I liked, so than whenever my frame DOES fail, I can just cut em off and weld em back on how I want them.
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AC=same as DC SB
2nd gen DC SB may be same as what 2nd gen AC needs but the 05-06 DC on the list does not seperate bed lengths for 2nd gen DCs........IIRC, 72" is the length for AC LB..........so again the question..........Are there some for 2nd gen ACs or ext cabs if you prefer???............and what about some for the wife's RAV4?




edit - nevermind, OP says any length we want but posted list doesn't cover 2nd gen AC...........
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Old 05-28-2010, 08:28 AM   #27
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Lemme know what kinda angle you want and I'll see if I got a pic of em.


Note: Mine are as far out from the frame as possible. Since my frame "passed" the rust inspection, I figured mount em a bit further out than I liked, so than whenever my frame DOES fail, I can just cut em off and weld em back on how I want them.
Those were great. Thanks.

Your truck is sweet man.

I don't understand your reasoning for having them out so far (it's not your explanation, it's my ignorance) but I think for me I'd have them tucked in a bit more.
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Old 05-28-2010, 09:18 AM   #28
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Those were great. Thanks.

Your truck is sweet man.

I don't understand your reasoning for having them out so far (it's not your explanation, it's my ignorance) but I think for me I'd have them tucked in a bit more.
First gen frames rust. For mine, if it rusts through, Toyota will replace the frame for free. When it does rust thought, I'm going to cut my sliders off infront of the gussets, then have my buddy weld them back on. They'll be about an inch or so closer in, so pretty close to the body line.
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Old 05-28-2010, 09:20 AM   #29
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bump for a great item
here they are on my truck


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Old 05-28-2010, 09:29 AM   #30
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i've been running my DOM sliders for acouple years now.. let me tell you these are worth the money! mine have saved the truck more than a few times... i believe i have one of the early sets made for the 2nd gen double cabs...
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Thanks for the great referrals guys!
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Old 06-14-2010, 05:52 AM   #32
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What are the pro's/con's of getting kick outs for an '05 DC?
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The pros are that they help push the truck sideways if you are sliding against something. This helps keep the rear fender from getting crunched. The only con I've ever heard is that it makes the truck wider, but never heard any official complaints of someone actually getting stuck because of it.
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The pros are that they help push the truck sideways if you are sliding against something. This helps keep the rear fender from getting crunched. The only con I've ever heard is that it makes the truck wider, but never heard any official complaints of someone actually getting stuck because of it.
Ok, thanks man. Im making a few moves and will be in touch.
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Your stuff looks great.
Any chance you'll start doing more stuff for 2nd gen Tacos (front and rear bumpers) similar to the stuff you have for 1st gen/4runner/pickups??
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Eventually, I just need a truck to work on.
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