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Old 04-24-2010, 05:06 PM   #42
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Damn it, figures that AFTER I move out of CA (gee, I only gre up there) that I buy a Taco.

And there's virtually no one on the East coast that does this sort of work.

Now the eternal question... buy now and mail... or wait til I drive back cross- country?

These look good. waiting on the pics for the wide set.
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haha, smart man. Anyone who has personally dealt with me will vouch that I'm more than fair when it comes to stuff. They always get top notch work at a price they can afford. I've even given them payment options. Last year I practically gave my work away, this year I want to go about things a little more serious or I simply won't be able to survive. A lot of people simply don't realize all the overhead that goes along with fabrication...the machines are constantly needing new blades, wire, gas, you name it, just begging for $ one way or anther. (plus just the place to do it...which is a problem for me currently) I really do try to find the fine line between making stuff affordable enough for someone and not completely screwing myself (and wife & dog included) at the same time. I'm not a rich man with a big shop, I'm 1 man struggling like most of us are, and as broke (& probably more so) than the next guy..
Beef'd.. Great looking sliders...the Quality shows!! Keep up the great work.. hopefully i'll be able to afford one soon.
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Old 04-25-2010, 11:58 AM   #45
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pics are here below.

I'm trying to get my wife to trade in the Avalanche for a 2nd gen so I can get some good product going for them...like some sweet front and rear tube bumpers with skid plates and shackles and the works.

mucho appreciated..btw, 1 slider like you request is only half the cost..

Wide version...these can be made wider on request no problem at all.

Bolt on install was as easy as it gets...get a friend to help you hold it in place, put some pressure on it with a floor jack, mark the 4 holes on the bottom rail, start with a small bit and work up to 1/2". A simple set of bits and 1/2" drill will do the trick. If we hadn't BSed so much, it would have been about a 45 minute job.















narrow
matches the narrower tires & wheels







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I will get getting up with for set of these. I like the wider one so I can use them as a step.

any idea on shipping to VA since I am as far from you as I can possible be

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Old 04-25-2010, 01:42 PM   #46
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I have to say these were definitely worth the wait!! i am very happy with these things. they just look awesome on our trucks. Its nice to have the option of a wide or narrow set depending on the width of tire you run.

I painted them last night and installed them this morning. By myself it took me an hour to install. i just laid under them and used 2 knees and one hand to hold it up while getting the 2 center bolts in. after that it was smooth sailing.

I will get some pics up when my wife gets back with the truck. I'll stick em in my build thread. feel free to use em' as needed Beefed!

Cant say enough how awesome these things are, and after Barlowrs truck got lifted by a handy man jack via the sliders I was chomping at the bit to get my chance Now i can rest easy.

Thanks again Brian
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Old 04-25-2010, 07:07 PM   #48
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damit!
I wonder if I can find someone locally that wants to buy mine so I can get a set of these... hmmmm
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Old 04-26-2010, 04:18 PM   #49
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Alright guys, REAL WORLD OFFROAD INPUT!

Well just got back from a Mojave road trip (EPCI TRIP. fllying jeeps, winching tacomas, flooded engines, rattle snakes, etc!), and I did abuse the sliders a bit. No hard crashes onto rocks (if you know Mojave road, nowhere to do that), but I did slide down on my passengers side slider (front wheel off the ground, then rocked forward and rear wheel off, weight always on the slider for the full length of the slider...thing did not even move...very solid!.

Not sure when I will be rock crawling for some hard slams, but I can tell you, as sliders, they worked great, rather than sliding down my lower panels, I slid nicely down on them!
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Old 04-26-2010, 05:54 PM   #50
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were they bolt-on or welded?
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Old 04-26-2010, 06:08 PM   #51
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That's the kind of feedback I like Mr. Barlows...niiiiiiice. Where and when can we see some pics of said trip?

It may be a while, all of us there (8 people) have a lot of pics and vids we have to sort through. Unfortunately I do not have any of the action shots of myself as I cannot take pics of myself, but here are a few poser shots with the sexy sliders!

At Camp:



Look they support the weight of my gf (all 100 lbs of her):

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Old 04-26-2010, 06:09 PM   #52
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were they bolt-on or welded?

Mine are bolted on with some grade 8 goodness (supplied by Beefed)
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Old 04-26-2010, 08:58 PM   #53
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Interested, but would need 4Dr long bed version. Please email me if you make some for the 4DRLB Thank you, Rich





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Old 04-26-2010, 10:01 PM   #54
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Old 04-27-2010, 05:55 AM   #55
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Here they are. They're now available and ready to ship. The price went up a bit due to rising cost of material. (summer must be coming) I've had some PM's asking about shipping, problem was I didn't have a set made to use for calculating, and it kept getting put on the back burner due to other stuff I had to make. I built this wide set so I can now do so. I'm ready when you guys are. Turn around time for a set of these will probably be about 2 weeks, as I do many other things too.

They are offered in wide or narrow for both model trucks, and with or w/o rear kick up for access cab. Mounting hardware consists of 14 grade 8 1/2" bolts, SAE washers and nut plates for the inside of the frame. 4 holes will need to be drilled on the bottom of each frame rail..piece of cake as long as you start with a small bit and work up.

Weld on and bolt on are identical, minus the holes in the frame plates and weld on's come w/o hardware...a $40 savings. These bolt on's are as strong as any weld on.

To my knowledge there is no other slider available that has the end legs this far out, or a rear foot that acts as slider for the leaf hanger on the frame. They're Hi Lift tested. I haven't seen any pictures of any other sliders on a Hi Lift, so if you have 'em, post 'em. PM for details if interested.

1-3/4" x 120 HREW w/1/4" plates and gussets. All seams face upward.

weld on $419

bolt on $459

rear kick up add $65

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Those kick out sliders are fukkin sexy...Drools.
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are you by chance making the kickups for the double cabs? is it possible?
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Old 04-27-2010, 09:37 AM   #57
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are you by chance making the kickups for the double cabs? is it possible?
Won't work unfortunately. The door needs to open. The kickups have about 3/4" between the backward opening door on the access cabs. I made them so you can pull on the door and they'll be close, but won't hit and dent it.

And Rich Beauregard that model is next on the list. I'd like to try to get at least 5 legs per slider on them too since they'll be pretty long. I'll start the R&D.
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Brian..you better still be making these come Christmas. i just found my GIFT!
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when you start making some for long beds, will a kick up be option. i see what you are saying about not being able to put one on 4 door short beds, there is no room.
on long beds, it looks like there is enough room to fit the same size kick up as the access cabs.
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