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Greenlane Offroad......anyone else buy their products?

Discussion in '3rd Gen. Tacomas (2016+)' started by FarmerJB, Feb 29, 2020.

  1. Feb 29, 2020 at 5:44 AM
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    FarmerJB

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    I just found these guys online and really liked the looks of their minimal front skid plate. I ordered it, and received it shipped from Canada to my porch for around $280! pretty good price to me. It's made of thick aluminum, and looks really nice- importantly for me, it's lightweight. I don't do serious or even moderate off-roading like a lot of folks do, so most this will see is some light trails, rocks, and maybe driving over road kill or hippies. So for my purposes aluminum will be plenty of protection.
    Just wondered if anyone else has ordered some gear from them?
    I plan to paint my skid plate mgm gray or Satin black before i mount it as I ordered the bare aluminum. I'll post up pics soon.

    https://greenlaneoffroad.com/

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  2. Feb 29, 2020 at 5:51 AM
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    badkids

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    Greenland makes aluminum sliders. Seriously.

    Yep. So...
     
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  3. Feb 29, 2020 at 5:57 AM
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    probably going to order those too at some point along with their stump front winch bumper (minus the winch hole). bed bars look pretty nice and low profile too. I think if i was doing serious rock crawling i would want steel sliders and skids, but for light duty and for use primarily as a step to access my roof, they're great. lightweight is my goal
     
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  4. Feb 29, 2020 at 8:30 AM
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    I have the same skid plate. They are made in Vancouver if I’m not mistaken. They only make aluminum products.
     
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  5. Feb 29, 2020 at 8:34 AM
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    Well that’s interesting
     
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    Greenland is made on Vancouver Island, near Victoria. I know the owner, and he's a good guy. We sell his stuff through our store sometimes.

    They only do aluminum products. I'm not a fan of aluminum sliders, but otherwise, everything is good quality.
     
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    subrat

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    FYI SDHQ makes chrome moly sliders that are just under 100lbs including hardware. strong & light.

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    and by the way, I'm a huge fan of Greenlane's front aluminum bumper and hope to get one next year maybe.
     
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  8. Feb 29, 2020 at 8:47 AM
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    Looks like nice stuff, they should do well for those intended uses.
     
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  9. Mar 8, 2020 at 2:53 PM
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    just installed my front skid plate. i painted it matte dark Bronze rustoleum- cant really see it so it might as well be black, but it looks nice.
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    That looks great! I'm thinking about the skid and the bumper...
     
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    I run a Greenlane full plate bumper, full engine skid, and LCA skids. I’ve been very happy with their products. They are local to me and they’re a solid crew!8BE64D64-161D-4E79-ADAC-12CC977B8D55.jpg
     
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    Funny. I was just checking them out a few days ago. Will be buying their stump bumper for sure.
     
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    I've been checking out their products as well, and plan to make it a road/boat trip when I'm ready for upgrades.
     
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    Pretty cool logo $230 for the skid plate
     
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    I just picked up their bumper, sliders and skid plate a few months ago. The build quality is great. The aluminum survived the first couple bashings.

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    Hollister hills?
     
  17. Jun 19, 2020 at 11:19 AM
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    Yes, good eye!
     
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    Any idea on the weight of the sliders? I see their full engine skid is only 26 lbs!
     
  19. Jun 19, 2020 at 11:22 AM
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    Off topic but are those fj steelies? Got a side shot? Looks awesome!
     
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    My XJ loves that place but unfortunately I haven’t had time to take the Taco there. I want to try it out completely stock, I’m sure it’ll be a rude awakening compared to my Jeep but the Taco is a pretty sweet family/camping rig and frankly I’ll probably end up building it enough to run the Rubicon with the family. I sure love both vehicles but the Taco is just perfect for me. I actually really like the idea of getting all aluminum or mostly aluminum stuff for the truck. After driving a heavily modified wheeler as a DD I look forward to having something that’s capable but also great for eating up the highway miles.

    Nice rig by the way.
     
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