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Old 09-11-2013, 02:15 PM   #41
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I need these because I dont currently have any armor, and my doors keep getting dinged up by careless people when I park in tight places such as mall parking lots, bus station, etc... These will get a lot of use on my mall crawler as well as on the trail.
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Old 09-11-2013, 02:20 PM   #42
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Well I think we all deserve to win, but at the end there is only one pair. I just bought my 1st Tacoma about one year ago. I work and go to school full time. It’s been a tough few years, so school has come first. And now I feel like it’s time for my stock truck to look at her best. I am sick of hearing my boss talk about how great his truck is and what he thinks I should do to my truck. First of all if I had the money I would have done all that and more, but because I had other expenses to take care of my truck has been last on my list. My truck is stock while my boss MPLEITEZ which is on the forum, talks about his darn truck all day every day. Don’t get me wrong his truck is nice, but if I was able to get these rock sliders on my truck, I feel that my truck would not only look BAD ASS but look even better than his. And he would finally leave me alone because he would see that I am trying to make my truck look good, and better than his. So please take me into consideration in winning the ROCK SLIDERS. By the way these were my first choice of Rock sliders, I love ALL PRO products even if I don’t win, I hope to one day get them.
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I know your boss..been on the trail with him quite a few times. Next time he brags about his tacoma tell him to STFU
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Old 09-11-2013, 02:24 PM   #43
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I just bought a lift from Toytec and I'm going to be needing a way to jack up my truck if I get a flat on the trails. I just sold my Jon boat for this lift and still need sliders a new spare and a highlift jack. Hope I get pick so I can save a expense, because we all know this stuff isn't cheap.
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Old 09-11-2013, 02:51 PM   #44
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Currently I've go factory steps that do nothing but get in the way and piss me off. They've got missing caps and are rather banged up. My boy who loves getting out and running the truck needs the step to help him get in the truck as he is not quite 3. A great set of sliders of All Pro sliders is the perfect fix. An added bonus would be that momma bear is happy that she doesn't have to worry about the truck getting too banged up. That makes my life easier.

So...

PICK ME PICK ME!

And thank for the great give away.
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Old 09-11-2013, 04:28 PM   #46
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I know your boss..been on the trail with him quite a few times. Next time he brags about his tacoma tell him to STFU

LOL...I will tell him..imagine listening to him all day about his two trucks and how nice they look...but I will have a nice truck soon hopefully.
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Old 09-14-2013, 07:28 PM   #47
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Hello, my name is Matt, and I'm a suburban wheeler...
My 4wd Tacoma is a street queen. My only accessory is a car seat.
I've come to terms with my condition; and no, I'm not ashamed.

But I've earned my stripes. I cut my teeth on the trails of southeast Georgia, where the palmettos outnumber the pine trees 2:1, and inconspicuous puddles mask tank-traps lying in wait. I've braved the power line access roads by moonlight as the 36" Mickey-T's, caked with red clay, fought for whatever traction could be found on a barely recognizable off-camber trail. I know the feeling of butterflies in your stomach as all four wheels simultaneously lose traction, and the dreaded transition from wheelin' to stuck becomes reality. I've learned from experience that, no matter how deep the muddy water is on your rig, the only thing better than a winch is a good friend to enjoy the moment with.

And as the years have gone by, I've somehow lost touch with off-roading; the countless four-wheel drives that whisked me away from civilization, the distinct smell of mud baking on a hot exhaust, the droning hum of crickets in the trees; they're all a distant memory. I found myself living in a city, and driving a BMW... But 4 months ago, I had an epiphany: if I could just see that glorious switch on the dash. The one giving me the option to send power to all 4 wheels on demand, I'd be taking the first steps towards returning to my past. So I traded in all 4533 pounds of German engineering for a 2013 4wd Tacoma.

By now, you're probably asking yourself: "How on Earth is he going to justify a pair of sliders?" , "What does he need to protect his rockers from?"
Well I'll tell you, my friends. What's the one thing that every urban wheeler hates? Every blinged out street queen fears? What makes every 4wd grocery-getter wake up screaming in a cold sweat??

Door dings.


Please, I desperately need protection.

Matt
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Old 09-16-2013, 01:31 AM   #48
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Hello, my name is Matt, and I'm a suburban wheeler...
My 4wd Tacoma is a street queen. My only accessory is a car seat.
I've come to terms with my condition; and no, I'm not ashamed.

But I've earned my stripes. I cut my teeth on the trails of southeast Georgia, where the palmettos outnumber the pine trees 2:1, and inconspicuous puddles mask tank-traps lying in wait. I've braved the power line access roads by moonlight as the 36" Mickey-T's, caked with red clay, fought for whatever traction could be found on a barely recognizable off-camber trail. I know the feeling of butterflies in your stomach as all four wheels simultaneously lose traction, and the dreaded transition from wheelin' to stuck becomes reality. I've learned from experience that, no matter how deep the muddy water is on your rig, the only thing better than a winch is a good friend to enjoy the moment with.

And as the years have gone by, I've somehow lost touch with off-roading; the countless four-wheel drives that whisked me away from civilization, the distinct smell of mud baking on a hot exhaust, the droning hum of crickets in the trees; they're all a distant memory. I found myself living in a city, and driving a BMW... But 4 months ago, I had an epiphany: if I could just see that glorious switch on the dash. The one giving me the option to send power to all 4 wheels on demand, I'd be taking the first steps towards returning to my past. So I traded in all 4533 pounds of German engineering for a 2013 4wd LB Tacoma.

By now, you're probably asking yourself: "How on Earth is he going to justify a pair of sliders?" , "What does he need to protect his rockers from?"
Well I'll tell you, my friends. What's the one thing that every urban wheeler hates? Every blinged out street queen fears? What makes every 4wd grocery-getter wake up screaming in a cold sweat??

Door dings.


Please, I desperately need protection.

Matt
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Old 09-16-2013, 01:34 AM   #49
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Old 09-16-2013, 01:49 AM   #50
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Old 09-20-2013, 07:52 AM   #51
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I'v been looking everywhere for a set of rock sliders for my 07 tacoma. For as many as I'v found, I can't get myself to spend the amount of money dealers want for them. All Pro as been my favorite style and preferance for all body armor products. After the sliders go on, it's time for the winch bumper. I need these so I can really hit the trails I'v been wanting to ride and I don screw up my daily driver.

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Old 09-24-2013, 11:59 AM   #52
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Naked DC silver 4X4

Just drove my DC silver 4x4 of the lot (8-24-13) and boy does she look stock. Getting ready to do some mods and lift, would love to start the Build with some new All-Pro rock sliders. Not only will increase protection when headed to Ruth lake for some hunting but help prevent those nasty door dings when back on the pavement. Style is key and my silver girl needs a makeover, Thanks for the opportunity All-Pro.



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Old 09-24-2013, 12:36 PM   #54
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I need them because after 6 years of hard wheeling my 4x sliders are just about flat...and new sliders would be sooooooooooooooo nice to go with my new axle:




And bc of this project I cannot afford to buy new sliders but I did get TONS of parts from you guys during my swap

Thanks for the chance!
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Old 09-24-2013, 01:14 PM   #55
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Would definitely rock these on my truck. This would be a huge bonus as I'm on just looking at sliders for examples to build or maybe buy a set soon. Like the design as well Allpro.
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Old 09-25-2013, 08:36 AM   #57
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I could use them because my wife made me buy STEPS the first week I brought it home!!! STEPS instead of sliders, gah.
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Old 09-25-2013, 08:53 AM   #58
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I need them because my truck feels naked without them. (already replaced those tiny tires btw)

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Old 09-25-2013, 04:18 PM   #59
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Could definitely use a set of sliders. Trucks all lifted a ready to wheel but needs some protection!! AP sliders would look sweet, an then the focus could switch to a bumper an cross county wheeling trip during transfer season!!
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