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Beefed Taco 04-21-2010 08:10 PM

Beefed bolt on Sliders / 2nd gen ACLB & DCSB
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These sliders are top quality bolt on rock sliders that can take the abuse of actually sliding over rocks. They offer a few features other sliders don't. They come in 3 widths. Narrow, medium and wide. They have a optional rear kick up (bed side protection) that works on the access cab but not the 4 door since the rear door on that model doesn't open backward. They have the outer legs out far toward the ends, a rear mount that protects the leaf spring mount on the frame, and a hardware kit that is much more than simple nuts and bolts.

This unique mounting kit is designed to clamp down onto the frame and allow the 1/2" fine thread bolts to safely mount through the large square holes on the side of the frame.

Also available for DCLB (double cab long bed with 6' bed)


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2005-2013 ACLB & DCSB Tacoma Bolt On Sliders

1-3/4" x .120 welded tube / other material available for additional cost.
1/4" frame plates.
1/4" gussets on legs.
All seams face upward.
Rear leg uses unique slider foot-mount to protect leaf hanger on frame.

Requires drilling 4 holes on bottom of each frame rail. Nut plates with 1/2" coated fine thread grade 8 hardware.
Special high nuts on nut plates to ensure room for weld and wrench.
Front 4 plates use handles and don't require a wrench since they rotate until they hit the frame wall.
Hardware comes pre-antisiezed.


Options below require additional charge
BSP (bed side protection) ACLB only.
Fill plates with or w/o dimple die holes.

Can be paid when sliders are finished.
Calculated by zipcode.

Can be done on streetacos.com

Forum PM or email streetacos@hotmail.com

philobeddoe 04-21-2010 08:14 PM

nice ... do you have a picture of a narrow set on the double cab?

tinker_troy 04-21-2010 08:16 PM

damn those are nice
once again, good job Beefed!

if I didn't already have a set.... :o

dysfunctnlretard 04-21-2010 08:19 PM

holy shit. Bump for some nice lookin sliders

WhatThePho? 04-21-2010 08:20 PM

Any bolt on kits for the first gen?

MOT 04-21-2010 09:18 PM

Very nice mite be hitting you up soon on these!

jefferson 04-21-2010 09:49 PM

god damn you do great work..

TRDguyKC 04-21-2010 10:43 PM

Ill be ready for some soon enough.

barlowrs 04-21-2010 11:40 PM

These things are solid guys, I am nothing but COMPLETLY happy with mine. Beefed is a stand up guy too! You wont regret these

NewMexiTaco 04-22-2010 12:34 AM

Will these work for the DC longbeds as well, or are we S.O.L. ??
BTW, Super nice Work! wish I could afford em....:]

whitebread 04-22-2010 05:16 AM


Originally Posted by NewMexiTaco (Post 1683661)
Will these work for the DC longbeds as well, or are we S.O.L. ??
BTW, Super nice Work! wish I could afford em....:]


Doc.SS 04-22-2010 06:12 AM

I can't wait to get to SoCal in Sept, I am gonna hit you up to get some..!!


tisher49 04-22-2010 07:17 AM

definitely interested...pm about to be sent

Beefed Taco 04-22-2010 11:39 AM


Originally Posted by tisher49 (Post 1684103)
definitely interested...pm about to be sent

PM sent back to you. :thumbsup:

Robert's truck above is sportin' the narrow ones because he wanted them like that due to his narrow tire/wheel combo. Dimensions are as follows...the inner tube goes directly under the pinch weld on the body.

narrow: 5-1/2" center to center on front tubes and 7" for kickout

Medium: 6-1/2" center to center on front tubes and 8" for kickout

wide: 7-1/2" center to center on front tubes and 9" for kickout

Country 04-22-2010 11:44 AM

Too expensive for my taste, I will stick with Demello rock crusher's

Taquito Bandito 04-22-2010 12:07 PM


Originally Posted by Country (Post 1684958)
Too expensive for my taste, I will stick with Demello rock crusher's

hahahahahaha you and the 5,000 others. and your rock star wheels, ap bumpers, (wait, too much for you) and other do dads from kragen/oriely. 1 thing i know is taco owners have to be the tightest bastards EVER....myself included but i believe you get what you pay for in this world. hit up the tundra guys beefed, they know what it costs to mod out of the mainstream. funny how these guys don't mind spending $1,000 on a front tin foil winch bumper but have a problem paying for a set of 1 of a kind sliders. jeeze. nice product btw!

tisher49 04-22-2010 01:53 PM

could be a dumb question but what are the advantages of the wider model? I realize they would cover more but I guess since I can't see it I have trouble figuring it out lol. I don't see myself doing any really serious/technical offroading so I'm guessing the narrow set would suit my needs just fine.

Chickenmunga 04-22-2010 02:42 PM

A wider model helps increase the super-get-the-hell-away-from-me potential. Other than the mirrors, my sliders are wide enough that they are the first point of contact .

Slimmer sliders might make it where the door panels or fender flares would be the first point of contact, but give the benefit of being able to squeeze into narrower areas.


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
No one wants to buy me a hi-lift in exchange for pictures :(

Country 04-22-2010 03:40 PM


Originally Posted by Beefed Taco (Post 1684979)
Sounds good, I knew that was coming. Any cheaper isn't worth it for me....believe it or not, I'm trying to keep the cost down..I should price them higher. If you've ever made sliders, you'll know they're a ton of work.....I don't just fart them out, they take multiple days to make in a bolt on version. I'm absolutely sure you make more $ at your job than I do at mine. No way in hell can I afford sliders, even your cheap ones. Thanks.

I wish I did make more money than u but I am a Marine and all I have to live on is 1100 dollars a month after taxes.

rhys 04-22-2010 04:06 PM

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this is the narrow right? do you have pictures of both?

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