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Old 04-10-2014, 05:17 PM   #22
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it wasnt you man, I work in a hangar/flightline, sometimes signal is crap. But thanks for writing me back. is the sliders completely bolt on or do you have to drill into the frame?, also are the one that are you selling are they your new design or are they the ones that require you to drill them?
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Do you have any pics of the 66" on a third gen T4R?
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it wasnt you man, I work in a hangar/flightline, sometimes signal is crap. But thanks for writing me back. is the sliders completely bolt on or do you have to drill into the frame?, also are the one that are you selling are they your new design or are they the ones that require you to drill them?
Complete bolt on. NO drilling required, Its a new design. I scrapped the files lol
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Do you have any pics of the 66" on a third gen T4R?
I dont not have pics on a 3rd gen. Only 4th and 5th
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Old 04-10-2014, 07:23 PM   #25
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In the OP you mention 1st gen as '98 and on. Is there a reason these won't work on '95-97?
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In the OP you mention 1st gen as '98 and on. Is there a reason these won't work on '95-97?
No reason bud typo. Thanks I will fix. I installed a set a month ago on a 96 reg cab
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No reason bud typo. Thanks I will fix. I installed a set a month ago on a 96 reg cab
Thanks brah. I think I just realized that the bolt-on's are for 2nd gens only.....is that correct?
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Thanks brah. I think I just realized that the bolt-on's are for 2nd gens only.....is that correct?
Correct. I do not a have a design to wrap the box frame on the first gen.
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For the release of my NEW bolt-ons I'm running a short sale













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Complete bolt on. NO drilling required, Its a new design. I scrapped the files lol





Those frame plates look familiar.
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Those frame plates look familiar.
They do don't they. I thought the same thing after I got them cut out. Seems like the holes can only go in one spot work.
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I am happy to see the edited OP. Good stuff!
Curious tho, have you guys tested the bolt on set just using the available holes on the frame? I want to be able to use my hilift on the sliders, and I hate to drill more holes in frame. Thanks Eddy
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I am happy to see the edited OP. Good stuff!
Curious tho, have you guys tested the bolt on set just using the available holes on the frame? I want to be able to use my hilift on the sliders, and I hate to drill more holes in frame. Thanks Eddy
I have not done a hi-lift test. I've told people that have asked, I advise drilling the bottom before trying that. I think with all the surface area these awesome plates have with atleast grade 5 hardware snug as a bug will handle the weight.

Even with my weld-ons I get 1/4" deflection, but thats from the open frame twisting.

I wonder why the 2nd gen is open frame and all the T4R' and FJ's are boxed
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