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Old 03-15-2012, 09:42 AM   #1
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slider instructions?

just got my sliders in the mail. they look great, there alot beefier then i thought they would be. but anyways is there any install instructions? i didn't receive any. there's just alot of different bolts and id hate to just guess lol. any help would be great thanks
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Old 03-20-2012, 09:37 AM   #2
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Was just looking at mine yesterday and wondering the same thing...

https://www.allprooffroad.com/tech-info/tacoma-tech
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I got mine on. The drivers side kinda sucks cause of the brake lines.and the gas tanks in the way of the 2 rear bolts.but I got it .pics to follow
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I just received my rocksliders from All pro and am having the same issue on the drivers side with the brake lines and I am not mechanically inclined so not sure how to use the existing bolt holes without compromising the lines. Any help would be greatly appreciated (not to mention pictures).
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I just received my rocksliders from All pro and am having the same issue on the drivers side with the brake lines and I am not mechanically inclined so not sure how to use the existing bolt holes without compromising the lines. Any help would be greatly appreciated (not to mention pictures).
X2 I am getting mine soon and would also like some clarification.
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I just received my rocksliders from All pro and am having the same issue on the drivers side with the brake lines and I am not mechanically inclined so not sure how to use the existing bolt holes without compromising the lines. Any help would be greatly appreciated (not to mention pictures).
Hey Brother...Those rock sliders look damn good now that we got them installed!!
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Installed my Bolt on sliders today, and I wanted to share my idea to the break lines rubbing the new bolts. I just offset them with some pieces of metal. They are as firm as from the factory and don't touch the new bolts. Hope this helps someone.
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Installed my Bolt on sliders today, and I wanted to share my idea to the break lines rubbing the new bolts. I just offset them with some pieces of metal. They are as firm as from the factory and don't touch the new bolts. Hope this helps someone.
Nicely done. Mine are just wrapped in electrical tape to keep them from possibly rubbing a hole.
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Thanks. I was planning to bend them a little and maybe wrap them with something. I just didn't like how loose they felt after removing the clips.
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