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Old 08-25-2014, 05:04 PM   #1
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Rock Sliders for 05+ Tacoma's

Marshall Offroad Fabrication (Mfab) Rock Sliders for 05+ Tacoma! In the PNW
Tubing is 1.75"x.120 wall Hrew and gussets and mounting plates are all 3/16" plate.

All come now with 4 Legs for strength.
They are either bolt on or weld on. Bolt on only requires drilling 3 holes per side, If you choose so.
Weld on sliders come with mounting plates, gussets and legs unattached.


Let me know what you think and if anyone would be interested.
thanks!

Prices start at $340 for standard Sliders
Bolt on $355
And $365 for kickout design weld on or bolt on

Time for pics!!!!


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Kickout....






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Those look awesome man. I love the design of the kickout. Good price too!
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I was looking local with little success and your in town. Bought online last week

Nice looking work. What finish are you putting on yours?
I'm looking rattle can prime and paint when mine arrive.
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F me running...
I was looking local with little success and your in town. Bought online last week

Nice looking work. What finish are you putting on yours?
I'm looking rattle can prime and paint when mine arrive.
Thanks man! Sorry about that man! Im trying to get my name out there so local people don't have to spend money on shipping charges..

The coating used all depends on how your going to use your sliders..
Bashing on them weekly and hardcore offroading I would rattle can them for easy touchups.
But light offroader who drives mostly forest roads and light trails, you could do powder coat or line-x.

I had line-x on my previous ones, and it held up great! but it was spendy.
Im going to powder coat my next set.
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Thanks man! Sorry about that man! Im trying to get my name out there so local people don't have to spend money on shipping charges..

The coating used all depends on how your going to use your sliders..
Bashing on them weekly and hardcore offroading I would rattle can them for easy touchups.
But light offroader who drives mostly forest roads and light trails, you could do powder coat or line-x.

I had line-x on my previous ones, and it held up great! but it was spendy.
Im going to powder coat my next set.

Thanks for the info...I went with simple"nerf bars" (look like sliders but are not). New 2014 TRD and I justwant mall protection for now...

When my warrantee is up you're on the list for real sliders.

Any recommendations inPortland/Clackamas/Oregon City for powder coating?
What can I expect to pay for having thesepowder coated (approx)...Thanks
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Im not sure about portland area shops. But you should be able to get it done for around 100 bucks.
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Bumpidy, PNW people, Im hear and ready to build!
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Nice, and subbed. Does MFAB have a webpage? If so my googlefu is pretty weak
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Nice, and subbed. Does MFAB have a webpage? If so my googlefu is pretty weak
No, Sorry I don't have a web page setup yet.. Im kinda just starting out...
But have been buiding sliders and stuff for awhile now.
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