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Old 05-20-2009, 01:48 PM   #21
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Perfect timing. I was looking for some sliders. 07 Access Cab. Still considering the bolt on, hybrid and powder coat options. Can you provide me an estimated shipping cost to 80021? Also how far do they stick out past the truck body and what is the upward angle on them?
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Old 05-20-2009, 02:09 PM   #23
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Thanks for the great pictures. Do you have one of the full side of the truck?
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Old 05-20-2009, 02:15 PM   #24
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Old 05-20-2009, 02:22 PM   #25
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Perfect. Im in on the purchase if the shipping is resonable. I need to think about the options though.
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Man, if I wasnt buying my lift kit and ucas in the near future I would hop in on this deal. I will hit you guys up again when Im ready to get sliders, and skids. Those sliders look fucking sweet though.
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Looks awesome, again wish this was a longer GB as I'm ordering up from the wet okole's too... When you say "minimal drilling" for the bolt ons, what exactly needs to be drilled? Drilling doesn't bother me too much but I like to know what I'm getting into first, plus I'm still on the fence of drilling into a truck I may trade in next year (for a 4wd tacoma instead of prerunner). Thanks
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Looks awesome, again wish this was a longer GB as I'm ordering up from the wet okole's too... When you say "minimal drilling" for the bolt ons, what exactly needs to be drilled? Drilling doesn't bother me too much but I like to know what I'm getting into first, plus I'm still on the fence of drilling into a truck I may trade in next year (for a 4wd tacoma instead of prerunner). Thanks
see my post above ---^ there are three 5/8" holes per side for the bolts on the bottom. the side bolts go through existing frame holes. i did mine with an 18v cordless, a new drill bit, and a little cutting oil. wasn't bad at all.
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We need a few more buyers. Please jump on this offer. They look amazing.
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No, I meant can I get some for 05 access cab, bolt-on with extra leg. I might get fat later on.
We can add an extra leg if you want for the same price as the long beds but you would have to tell us where you want the leg. But honestly the 4 it has are pretty strong.

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Just ordered mine!!!! I have had 2 sets of these and love them. Thanks again demello.
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why is the group buy so short? only 5 days for people to see and figure out if they have funds to order seems pretty short.
Sorry we just extended it so you guys have a little more time now.

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damn,,,i need more time
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i bought a set of the bolt-on hybrids last year...they will hold you & a buddy with no problem.

this is a great deal everyone. if you've been on the fence, it's time to jump off! excellent quality and great customer service!

thank you, once again Mr. DeMello, for a great product and keep up the good work!

on a side note...got any new designs in the works for a rear plate bumper for second gen.?
Thank you, we have allot of ideas for products but with today's economic climate we have been slow to put any of them to metal.


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Sounds like a great deal! What are the hybrid? Bolt and Weld? I am currently interested in the Heavy Duty round bars for my Double Cab. Simply went down to the river and almost Boulder my rocker panels. Will be giving you call during my break tomorrow!

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They can be ordered in any configuration.

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Perfect timing. I was looking for some sliders. 07 Access Cab. Still considering the bolt on, hybrid and powder coat options. Can you provide me an estimated shipping cost to 80021? Also how far do they stick out past the truck body and what is the upward angle on them?
About 65-75 depending on your address.




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Perfect. Im in on the purchase if the shipping is resonable. I need to think about the options though.
Let us know.

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Man, if I wasnt buying my lift kit and ucas in the near future I would hop in on this deal. I will hit you guys up again when Im ready to get sliders, and skids. Those sliders look fucking sweet though.
We might be able to help you with that as well. We could make you a package deal. We sell Icon, Sawaway, camburg and OME suspension systems.

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Looks awesome, again wish this was a longer GB as I'm ordering up from the wet okole's too... When you say "minimal drilling" for the bolt ons, what exactly needs to be drilled? Drilling doesn't bother me too much but I like to know what I'm getting into first, plus I'm still on the fence of drilling into a truck I may trade in next year (for a 4wd tacoma instead of prerunner). Thanks
We extended the group buy and the drilling on the 95-04 is one hole preside in the frame. Some don't even drill it because the sliders use 3 of the factory holes and some feel that is enough. It's the brackets on those years that cup the frame and provide the support and strength the bolts just keep the sliders from sliding down the frame.

On the 05-09 Tacoma's there are 3 holes in the bottom of the frame that need to be drilled if you are going to use them as sliders. If you just want to bolt them on the factory holes in the side of the frame works fine for that.

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Where are they shipping from?
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Corona, CA.
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Guys if you have anymore questions please let me know, I have been in the shop allot and were short handed today but I will try to respond to everyone as fast as I can. We extended the group buy till the end of this week.
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Old 05-27-2009, 09:55 PM   #33
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damn there sweet! Id be intrested in a set for the 95-04 bolt on
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No, I meant can I get some for 05 access cab, bolt-on with extra leg. I might get fat later on.
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Just ordered mine!!!! I have had 2 sets of these and love them. Thanks again demello.
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why is the group buy so short? only 5 days for people to see and figure out if they have funds to order seems pretty short.
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damn there sweet! Id be intrested in a set for the 95-04 bolt on

We have those
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I take it the bracket with the funny looking hole goes towards the back
end of the truck. it seems that would fit over the little nub that exists next to the rear frame hole.

I also assume that the bolt that exists in the bottom of the frame rail is long enough to accept the aditional width of the bracket and still torque firmly back into place. and the remaining 6 (3 per side required to be drilled out.

Yeap I finally got to take a good look at mine after all this time.

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Got mine last week! Woo hoo...love em'. I went to Lowe's and picked up a load of 1/2 square washers to blend into the powder coat for the bottom bolts and beef up the mounts!! Put them on by myself. Had to figure out the the rear rivet guides determine what side they go on, other then that it took about an hour to put them both on.
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When is the next one gonna happen. I want a pair of hybrid bolt-ons. I can drive to corona to pick them up.
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