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Old 02-07-2011, 07:12 PM   #41
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What I did was C-Clamp it tight to the frame make sure it all lined up (obviously)...I drilled side holes first, drilled a small hole from the front then a large one from the rear, then proceeded to do the bottom, used a 4x4 block and a 2x4 piece of wood and worked it like a lever (took like seconds to drill a hole using this method) then once those were all bolted and tighten I proceeded to do the holes which used the self tapping holes.
I used a pipe and 2x4 for my normal cordless drill until battery was wiped out then went with jack and 2x4 for lever on angle drill for the bottom holes. A little pressure and watching for good chips made the drilling go pretty fast and was much better than brute force and chips in the face. Good tip.
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what sized bits did you guys use ...........going to mount this weekend
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Old 03-22-2011, 08:25 PM   #43
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I'd buy a pair of these right now if you had them for DCLB.
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Would be interested in an update on DCLB sliders.
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Looks good but...

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I just ordered a set for my DCLB
Brother for clarification, looking at your pic's there is no way that is a DCLB. It appears (in your info as well) that you have a a DCSB. I'm only pointing that out so us DCLBers don't get all excited and flood AP with orders for these in a DCLB.

Nice Truck by the way, looks great. Like the color choice as well.

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Old 11-15-2012, 10:31 AM   #49
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any for 1st gen dc?
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Old 11-15-2012, 05:20 PM   #50
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Brother for clarification, looking at your pic's there is no way that is a DCLB. It appears (in your info as well) that you have a a DCSB. I'm only pointing that out so us DCLBers don't get all excited and flood AP with orders for these in a DCLB.

Nice Truck by the way, looks great. Like the color choice as well.

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You are correct, that's a typo.

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Old 11-16-2012, 08:07 AM   #51
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Here they are:



I hit the trail with them for two days starting tomorrow.

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any for 1st gen dc?
Here is our current version for the 95-04 Dbl Cab/Xcab:



Here is a link to our website for more info: https://www.allprooffroad.com/9504ta...9504rockguards

Also, we have 1.75" DOM versions that will be available soon for all years.
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right... i was talking about the bolt ons.. i may actually be ordering some next weekend though. early christmas present
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So are the fitment problems for the Access Cab (from a few years ago) fixed now? Found several old threads (from various forums) about body/spring mounts conflicting with these rails. If so, I'm ready to order too.

P.S. What are you guys doing for paint? I'm too cheap for powder coat.
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Mine fit perfect. Didn't even have to trim or anything.

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So are the fitment problems for the Access Cab (from a few years ago) fixed now? Found several old threads (from various forums) about body/spring mounts conflicting with these rails. If so, I'm ready to order too.

P.S. What are you guys doing for paint? I'm too cheap for powder coat.
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So are the fitment problems for the Access Cab (from a few years ago) fixed now? Found several old threads (from various forums) about body/spring mounts conflicting with these rails. If so, I'm ready to order too.

P.S. What are you guys doing for paint? I'm too cheap for powder coat.

Sorry for the late reply, we have fixed those issues AFAIK.
We haven't had any issues with fitment on our newest versions.
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So are the fitment problems for the Access Cab (from a few years ago) fixed now? Found several old threads (from various forums) about body/spring mounts conflicting with these rails. If so, I'm ready to order too.

P.S. What are you guys doing for paint? I'm too cheap for powder coat.
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Quick bump to your company.

I sent an email with a tech question and Ryan answered back within 10 minutes about these sliders. If your product is as good as your customer service, you've just made a sale.
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