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Old 12-30-2013, 12:47 PM   #161
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Any updates?
Sliders are being tacked up as we speak. I'm away in BC until the 6th the shop is closed besides the building of the holiday orders. The week of the 6th we should have some bare metal sliders ready to go. I was going to do a list but I don't have user names so it's full names or email addresses. And I'm not sure all people are OK with full names being posted.
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Old 01-13-2014, 04:00 PM   #162
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90% of all the HREW sliders are welded up none have legs on them as it's takes up less space without legs on them. All (Bare metal weld on sliders are pretty much done) expect a shipping invoice for those tomorrow. DOM sliders are just cut tubes at the moment we should be bending them and tacking/welding next week.

We are starting to work on the bare metal bolt on sets tomorrow afternoon. We are shipping them 10 sets at a time (we can only fit 10 pallets on the truck) I hope to have the first 10 sets of bolt on's ready to go by Thursday or Friday maybe more we will see. I'm demoing out an office this weekend so I like to get as many shipped as possible this week.

The powder coated sliders and all skids will be the last thing to be done on the list so it will be a few weeks for those.
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Old 01-13-2014, 05:25 PM   #163
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90% of all the HREW sliders are welded up none have legs on them as it's takes up less space without legs on them. All (Bare metal weld on sliders are pretty much done) expect a shipping invoice for those tomorrow. DOM sliders are just cut tubes at the moment we should be bending them and tacking/welding next week.

We are starting to work on the bare metal bolt on sets tomorrow afternoon. We are shipping them 10 sets at a time (we can only fit 10 pallets on the truck) I hope to have the first 10 sets of bolt on's ready to go by Thursday or Friday maybe more we will see. I'm demoing out an office this weekend so I like to get as many shipped as possible this week.

The powder coated sliders and all skids will be the last thing to be done on the list so it will be a few weeks for those.
Thanks for the heads up sir!

Stoked for these to be on my truck, after finally getting around to buying them
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Old 01-21-2014, 06:00 PM   #164
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Yayyyy I Finally got my sliders from the BAMF holiday sale (bare metal) and am more than likely going to have them "Rhino Lined".

Does any one have any experience with rhino lining stuff like that, I figured it would work great but don't want anything to backfire?

Thanks in advanced!
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Old 01-21-2014, 07:16 PM   #165
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Yayyyy I Finally got my sliders from the BAMF holiday sale (bare metal) and am more than likely going to have them "Rhino Lined".

Does any one have any experience with rhino lining stuff like that, I figured it would work great but don't want anything to backfire?

Thanks in advanced!

If your going to wheel the truck in the rocks I would just paint them. The rhino liner will peel if you hit it on the rocks.
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Old 01-21-2014, 10:36 PM   #167
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Forsure, ya I'm just going to paint them and throw some grip tape on them for steps!
Try without the grip tape first. If you can do fine without, then I'd recommend against it. Imagine a lady-friend in some shorts or skirt slipping on the slider and getting scraped by the tape
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Old 01-22-2014, 07:12 AM   #168
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Yayyyy I Finally got my sliders from the BAMF holiday sale (bare metal) and am more than likely going to have them "Rhino Lined".

Does any one have any experience with rhino lining stuff like that, I figured it would work great but don't want anything to backfire?

Thanks in advanced!

This is what I use on all my armor. It hold up wells. It doesnt show blemishes and I can touch it up easy myself. Just do a coat or two of etching primer first.

Bedliner
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Rust-Oleu...8914/202097787
Etching primer
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Rust-Oleu...9322/202097278
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Old 01-22-2014, 08:28 AM   #169
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This is what I use on all my armor. It hold up wells. It doesnt show blemishes and I can touch it up easy myself. Just do a coat or two of etching primer first.

Bedliner
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Rust-Oleu...8914/202097787
Etching primer
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Rust-Oleu...9322/202097278
I use the same stuff. It works pretty good. My sliders get rock chips in the paint from the tires still, and dragging them down rocks will definitely take the paint off, but the tops of the sliders have held up well about a year and a half later, even with me and the wife using them as steps to get in and out of the truck every time.
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Old 01-22-2014, 11:29 AM   #170
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This is what I use on all my armor. It hold up wells. It doesnt show blemishes and I can touch it up easy myself. Just do a coat or two of etching primer first.

Bedliner
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Rust-Oleu...8914/202097787
Etching primer
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Rust-Oleu...9322/202097278
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I use the same stuff. It works pretty good. My sliders get rock chips in the paint from the tires still, and dragging them down rocks will definitely take the paint off, but the tops of the sliders have held up well about a year and a half later, even with me and the wife using them as steps to get in and out of the truck every time.
I used that same stuff on my grill surround as well as my rear bumper, And am really loving it and like you guys said it is very easy to touch up.

I was thinking of using a couple coats rustolem etching primer after prepping them then drying, sand it a bit get it nice and rough, clean off then bed line them so there is still a base coat of "Rust protection" lol.
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