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Old 12-14-2012, 08:39 PM   #21
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How awesome would it be to tell my two sons that their daddy just won a pair of All-Pro sliders for "their" truck. Now my boys still very young, one is 2 and the other due Dec27, so the immediate impact might fall a little obscure, but its the many years to come out on the trails that makes it even better. Cruising the Arizona desert or the Colorado Rockies ( where grandpa lives), the time spent showing my boys how to have fun, enjoy nature, and build a strong family is the lasting impact while not tearing up our truck because of the amazing body armor courtesy of All-Pro. That's why my family should receive this generous holiday gift. They will be used well, but certainly not babied.








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I just completed my 1st semester of college with straight-As after being laid off from work after 12 years of as an electrician. My wife is basically 9 months pregnant and I'm broke. But let's stick to the first reason.
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Old 12-14-2012, 08:45 PM   #22
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A company that is willing to give away a quality product for free is hard to come by these days. That being said there are a few reasons why I'd like them. Being near the eastern side of the US (Ohio) the shipping cost for something like this is very expensive besides the base price for the item. Also being a double cab long bed truck not many companies offer sliders for these trucks, especially with the option of bolting them on. Finally and the major reason why I wouldn't even be able to purchase these sliders anyway is because I'm unemployed and have been out of work for over 3 months now. I have just recently been able to receive unemployment but that isn't even enough to pay for all the bills. Trying to get a job has been nothing but impossible. I get interviews but no call backs and when I call no one answers. Lately with Obama care things are pretty much at a stand still with no place hiring because they cannot afford their employees health care and are cutting back on people.
For the passed 4 months I've been scraping by and just being able to pay bills and the truck payments. Things really took a turn for the worse lately though and I had been forced to try and sell things off my truck. The lift is gone along with most of my other truck accessories. Getting these sliders would gladly lighten the mood over my way. It's bad enough that Christmas this year is going to be hard for my family but receiving one present that wasn't purchased by my family would be wonderful. I might not be the recipient of these but love the thought that All-Pro is caring.
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Old 12-14-2012, 08:55 PM   #23
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So I guess I'll chime in.. I drive a dcsb 3" Saw lift pro comp rear TC uca's. I'm a master tech and also a new father in colorado. Love to wheel. Granted it has taken a small decline since my daughters birth.. which, ironically is the only reason I can't afford sliders. Been thinking about getting some steel tube bent and welding them to my frame.. I would honestly love to avoid having to do that.. anyway here's some pics... and since it's already been done..
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Old 12-14-2012, 09:08 PM   #24
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I would like to win a set of All Pro sliders for my 06 DCSB for many reason. First off i would like a pair for my truck to help protect it while on the trails taking my daughter camping or fishing or just up in the mountains. I just bought my truck in Jan of 2012 used and ever since i got it i had wanted to do nothing but customize it and make it a badass off road truck. Not to long after i bought my truck i ended up going threw a divorce and i have been going threw that all yr. So far after i started going threw my divorce i havent had much time nor money to do what i want for my truck. so far i have only done small cheap mods and wheels. I did have a set of sliders from 4Xinnovation but had to sell them to make ends meet. For most of the yr i have been working a shift work job and taking care of my 3 yr old daughter all by myself. So when i can i do what i can to my truck. Right now I'm saving for a OME 3" lift and hoping for it to be on in Feb 2012 and some new tires.

If i could win these sliders it would really help me out and protect me on these Colorado trails. Either way thank you All Pro for doing this and congrats to whoever wins.
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Old 12-14-2012, 09:16 PM   #25
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I love how everyone is adding in that they have young children at home lol
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Old 12-14-2012, 10:38 PM   #26
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Up here in Alaska we pay an arm and a leg to ship anything like this. Ok, maybe just the arm, but in all seriousness; We have more trails than most of the continental US combined and there is so much space to roam up here that you can go out about anywhere and not see a soul for miles.

Not only do we have space, but we have rocks as well. These offer a great deal of protection and an extra lift point for extraction out of tight spaces. A set of the Apex sliders would be greatly beneficial for all of the reasons listed by the other fine members of this forum.
So what sets me apart, I believe, is that I do not have the option to drive to Allpro and pick some of these up. I can't simply order them without having to pay massive freight charges and in some cases doubling the cost of whatever it may be that I save enough money to order. And with an adorable 5 month old baby, that takes me a while! To date I have no armor mods done to my vehicle and without doing it soon, I'm going to be out of luck on some of our narrower trails.

Being somewhat responsible for revamping the AK section means that I know the crew up here, I have a solid reputation on here and can be a driving billboard for these sliders. This giveaway will in turn lead you to more sales in AK and hopefully open up a new market for you. That may seem like a stretch, but I do believe it's possible.

Plus they would look sick on the taco!!!
Looks naked without them!


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I searched for 11 months to find the right Tacoma, then the perfect truck fell into my backyard. After 9 months and $9673.29 of modifications, my Zombie Response Unit is well on it's way to being finished. After finally finishing my mid-travel suspension setup, thanks to All Pro Off Road's upper control arms and hardware, I'm ready to begin adding the trail armor. My next step was going to sliders and bumpers, then a bed rack, all from All Pro. You guys are local to me, and have provided outstanding customer service. I've always recommended you to my Tacoma buddies for that.

I'm 22 years old, working 60+ hour weeks and part time in school. On Wednesday, I was laid off from my company. My father was laid off 3 years ago and I have been helping my parents with their expenses ever since, but nowwith an uncertain future, I can't help them until I figure this whole thing out. My build is stuck for a while, it seems...these sliders will really be a great Christmas gift that I can't afford to buy myself.

Thank you All Pro!

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I'm not going to get into some long story about this and that, I'm not even going to post a picture of my truck because it's just like everyone elses. It's a white double cab blacked out with plastidip because that's the only mod I can afford. I can't even afford to buy myself a set of HIDs for christmas so winning something that I could actually put to use would be incredible.
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Old 12-15-2012, 01:13 AM   #28
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First of I need (more of really want which feels like a need) these sliders for one: to protect this investment from rock and stumps when off roading. Because who are we kidding these trucks are at home in the woods and i cant stay on the road. Two, while also protecting my baby form rocks and stumps I can also protect her from door dings and keep my woman complaining about me parking at the end of the parking lot. Third, being on a college budget this build is an extremely painful experience for my wallet and been wanting sliders since the first time ive seen them. Last but not least these sliders look freaking bad ass and will go great with the black n blue beefed up look im going for. Thanks for the opportunity to enter for the chance to win.

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Old 12-15-2012, 08:14 AM   #29
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Dam.

Good luck to all of you 2nd Gen owners !!!

Thank you ALL-PRO for making someones Christmas SPECIAL...

I would enter BUT since I own a 1st Gen these NEW Apex Rock Sliders will not touch my "Newer" frame...


Again, Good Luck to everyone and here is a pic of "Snoope's" new owner ( driving in 9 years )
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Old 12-15-2012, 08:32 AM   #30
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I have a 2011 single cab Tacoma 4x4 auto and I think this'll be an extraordinary addition to my truck. It'll help with the shopping carts, car doors, and lets not forget about all those crunching rocks that are out there to get us and mess up our beautiful vehicles. So I think these will make my truck look bitching!!! How many single cabs do you see with sliders from all pro... Ill wait... I thought so.



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Old 12-15-2012, 08:38 AM   #31
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Merry Christmas All-PRO as well as fellow TW members, My name is Jeff. I have a 2010 DCSB. I recently just bought a hi-lift jack and well as done a few mods on it.
I Would like the sliders for protection, durability, and well as the function ability. I would like to off-road in my prerunner, however as everyone knows a prerunner isn't 4X4. Sliders would help achieve this by using my jack to lift my truck if needed to get out of a jam. as well would help me as a step to place my kayak on my roof rack. I hope All-PRO considers me. I feel that the winner will have a wonderful Christmas with these sliders. Thank you for giving us all TW members this opportunity.



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Old 12-15-2012, 08:49 AM   #32
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My truck has suffered some tree and rock rash and is looking a little raw. I feel the only ointment for the problem would be to win some of All Pros New Apex 1 sliders. These sliders would not only prevent future rashes from occurring bit also take innocent bystanders eyes away form the extremely unpleasant sight of the rash and draw it to the beauty of the sliders... Or something along those lines. lol. Anyways good luck to everyone and Merry Christmas!

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Old 12-15-2012, 08:51 AM   #33
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Wink Entry into the contest

Sometimes you just have to have the best that is available. You want the best for your family, you buy quality products for your home, and sometimes you want the best equipment for your toys. This is where ALL-Pro's NEW APEX series Rock Sliders come in. Who wants to be stranded with a torn up toy out in the middle of nowhere? I've been stranded and it takes the fun out of the whole day - and is expensive as well.

This is why I am entering the contest. With my new Apex series Rock Sliders I'd be proud to show off to my friends and fellow enthusiasts and protect my truck as well! It is a work in progress, and with a little help from All-Pro we can make it happen!

Pro One, make me a happy camper, and I'll surely show off your products in style!


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Old 12-15-2012, 09:05 AM   #34
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Man, I'd love to win a set of these sliders. I'm pretty new to Tacos and off-roading, but the guys around me like to hit some nastily tight trails and until I can get some armor, I'm riding as a passenger. Yep, taking my truck along to a wheeling meet so I can play passenger, does that sound like fun? Hell no. Besides, winning a set of sliders will push me get my lift and tires that much sooner.
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Old 12-15-2012, 10:24 AM   #35
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I live in Utah with the crazy drivers, crazy winter, and offroad Mecca.

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Need some off road pics In here . Sliders don't help on the snow and pavement .
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Might have some offroad pictures if I had a set of sliders. LOL Cant afford to tear it up.
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Old 12-15-2012, 11:19 AM   #38
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winning some sliders!

I would like them since my birthday is this week, and they are the last real mod I have been saving up for. If I were to win these then I could get my cab colormatched instead and be done with the real mods on my baby. Thanks for extending such an awesome offer to all of us on tacomaworld!!!

Happy holidaze everyone!!!
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Need some off road pics In here . Sliders don't help on the snow and pavement .
I did EDIT my 1st post just for this reason...NH Granite LOVES the "rub "...climbing "stairs without armor leads to VERY CAREFUL lines...
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I hope that you choose the winner at random, there seems to be a lot of people much more deserving of these sliders than me. I think it's awesome when a company gives back and especially when they go as far to join online communities such as this one to get feedback from customers.

I do not have any children (that I am aware of ) and I am fortunate to not be struggling to pay bills or put food on the table like a lot of people are this time of year. I am however not in a great position with money for mods. I graduated college a year ago and I bought the truck shortly after getting on full time with an awesome company. I managed to get a great deal on the truck as the previous owner had a newer double cab lined up to buy.

So far I have done some minor modifications and recently installed a lift. I have been looking around for a long time at sliders, bumpers and skids for my truck from many different vendors. Eventually I will ideally buy a front bumper and skids. Sliders were going to be my first armor mod but I can't afford it at the moment. I am an engineer and a mechanical designer at work and I can tell that lots of time and research has been put into the design of these sliders. The custom plate that is cut and bent to fit the frame took some time to get right I bet! The mounting hardware and gussets seem to be well sized and placed as well. Overall these sliders look very sturdy and I would gladly put them on my truck.

From what I have read and heard from others on here is that all of your armor is top notch. I really like the all-pro front modular bumper design as well and I could see myself purchasing one in the future to match my new sliders!

Here are some pictures of the truck, there are more in my build (click sig pic) sorry for the crappy cell phone pictures. If there is a contest to win a new camera I will definitely enter that one as well!







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