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2005+ Tacoma Bolt On Sliders

Discussion in '4x Innovations' started by traxman25, Jul 1, 2011.

  1. traxman25

    traxman25 [OP] 4x Innovations Vendor

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    Thanks. To properly mount the sliders you'll need 5 holes on the bottom of the frame and 2 holes on the side of the frame.
     
  2. skygear

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    LINK TO A RECOMMENDED DRILL BIT?
    Sorry for the caps.
     
  3. traxman25

    traxman25 [OP] 4x Innovations Vendor

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    There is no specific drill bit required, any drill rated for steel is fine. Personally I prefer the Dewalt Pilot Point drills.
     
  4. Longo118

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    So I painted and mounted the sliders a few weeks ago. Finally got a chance to test them out and went to Rausch Creek offroad park in Pennsylvania last weekend with a bunch of TW guys. After hearing all the bangs and pings from rocks and trees all weekend I got to cleaning all the mud and clay off the truck and undercarriage to thoroughly check how they held up. Long story short, they did freakin' great! I scratched 75% of the paint away on the sliders and mounting brackets and there are only a few deep gashes in them. There is no signs of bending, denting, or any sorts of failure whatsoever to the sliders for anyone who may be interested in purchasing a pair. Overall, definitely worth the money!
     
  5. traxman25

    traxman25 [OP] 4x Innovations Vendor

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    Great to hear, thank you for the review! :D
     
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    Finally got them mounted, dig that 2 tone paint job.
    These bars are awesome, super heavy duty, went on nice and easy. Look great. Haven't landed the truck on them yet, sure they'll do fine.

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  7. traxman25

    traxman25 [OP] 4x Innovations Vendor

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    Looks great! I've always loved color matched sliders (even it it is just close). :D
     
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    Do you have Bolt On DCSB with Kickout ready to ship?
    Ship to West Coast, Canada?

    THX
     
  9. traxman25

    traxman25 [OP] 4x Innovations Vendor

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    I have a set that we could have shipped out to you Monday. Send me a PM with your postal code and I'll get a quote for you.
     
  10. Erik65

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    The sliders look great and I like that you use the DOM tubing--any thoughts on fabbing fill plates for the tops? Lots of dog people around here...just sayin'.
     
  11. traxman25

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    Erik, we do offer expanded steel fill plates. We like the expanded steel because it provides a good strong footing but is light and does not hold water. For the bolt on sliders adding the expanded steel fill plates would be $99.
     
  12. traxman25

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    Bump for great bolt on sliders!
     
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    sliders look awesome bro!! - one more tool box and you'll need a longbed mod!! :)
     
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    Hey Adam any plans for a bolt on slider kit for guys with DCLB trucks? Looking for a set for my '08.
     
  15. traxman25

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    Yes we're looking into it.
     
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    Great thanks!
     
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  18. traxman25

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    We have these in stock and ready to go to a new home!
     
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    Any updates?
     
  20. traxman25

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    I have no plans for long bed bolt on sliders.
     
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