So I have installed the sliders and performed a preliminary test.
I started by making a rolling cart stand that held the slider in place as close as I could get them to the holes in the frame.
Once in place I positioned them as best as I could
Then I installed the U Cross Member Bracket
As always leave everything loose until all bolts and nuts are in place for fitment reasons.
Removed the Drive Shaft Cross Member Bolt
Removed the Hose Bracket as it was in the way.
Lining up the holes
Then I clamped the back so that I could keep the holes inline to start installing the bolts.
I installed the U Cross Member Bracket Bolt to the sliders because it is hard to line up.
Then I figured out what the extension arms were for
Position them inside the boxed in part of the frame and install the bolt for the one closest to the back of the truck first as it is easier to get the front one in because the extension arms from the front will be close to the hole for the back one.
Re-install the Drive Shaft Cross Member Bolt so the the rest of the slider is in place.
Install the rest of the bolts from the outside
Use the square washers on the inside.
Also the last hole in the frame toward the rear I believed was a mounting hole, but the bolts were not long enough to fit through it and get the nut on. So I do not think that is a mounting point.
There is one bolt and washer that goes inside the boxed in part of the Drive Shaft Cross Member. One of those tough spots to get to.
Passenger Side Done
Driver Side repeat all steps
Driver Side Bolted on
Driver Side Installed
Hi Lift Time with Relentless Hi Float Base
I know everyone had been asking around if the bolt on sliders were strong enough for a Hi Lift.
They flexed a little bit since I did not install the bottom two bolts that require drilling.
It came close to the pinch weld but never touched.