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How to apply the Avid discount

Discussion in 'Avid Off Road' started by brandonaz, Dec 12, 2009.

  1. brandonaz

    brandonaz [OP] Avid Off Road Vendor

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    ^^ emailed ^^
     
  2. Timmay Co

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    Whats the word on the bumper??? I really like you stuff but I was thinking about doing a full bumper, but then I see your bars and fall in love all over again.
     
  3. brandonaz

    brandonaz [OP] Avid Off Road Vendor

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    We do tube style full bumpers. Right now it's mostly custom designs to what the customer is wanting but if you are interested, send me an email with what you're looking for and I can send you some pictures of some that we've done.
     
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    Is there still discounts on the sliders?
     
  5. brandonaz

    brandonaz [OP] Avid Off Road Vendor

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    ^^pm'd^^
     
  6. 97yota4wd

    97yota4wd Well-Known Member

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    emailed....
     
  7. 808StateTacoma

    808StateTacoma SEARCH button is my BEST FRIEND

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    brandon - looking at sliders in the future. Could you PM me a price+shipping to 96825. Thank you!
     
  8. brandonaz

    brandonaz [OP] Avid Off Road Vendor

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    emailed
     
  9. carcharias

    carcharias Giggiddy what what

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    Brandon,
    Do you have any pictures of your bolt-on sliders with kickouts for a 2011 AC Tacoma? What would the price be on those? How about shipping to 91423? How long would those take to make? Last question: those Hi-Lift capable?
    Thanks!
     
  10. brandonaz

    brandonaz [OP] Avid Off Road Vendor

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  11. CanisLupus

    CanisLupus Previously "MGMTacoFF"

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    Brandon, ordered your lightbar about a week ago and just realized this same question. Like GeoTaco also said, is the default paint for the lightbar factory black?

    Thanks,

    MGMTacoFF
     
  12. brandonaz

    brandonaz [OP] Avid Off Road Vendor

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    On the outside of the front bumper brackets, there are 2 studs/nuts. You take off the nuts, put the light bar on over the studs and then put the nuts back on and tighten them down. It's a super easy installation, no additional hardware required, normally takes about 10 mins, doesn't interfere with the tow hooks, skid plate or anything else....

    We ship them ready for any type of coating but we don't paint them. They'll need to be painted/powder coated/Line-X'ed.... before they are installed.

    Thx
     
  13. YotaMan2007

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    i can't wait to get one for my truck before basic.
     
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    Just ordered mine..can't wait to put in on! Thanks for the info and discount.
     
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    Hey brandon are you guys still doing the 20% off on the light bar for the 05+?
     
  16. brandonaz

    brandonaz [OP] Avid Off Road Vendor

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    Absolutely... we will always have this discount for TW members. Those that have been around a while might remember that the design of our light bar was inspired on here. So it wouldn't be right if we didn't offer TW guys a huge discount on it.
     
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    mhuff29 TÅpƐwo®m

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    Hey Brandon,
    Like the sliders but if I am going to lift my truck in the future should I go with the steps? Wife already complains about getting in. At the moment i don't do much for off roading but would really like to get into it more what would you do?

    Is there any deals for the sliders or the steps?

    Shipping to 80003
     
  18. 97yota4wd

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    im not brandon.... but i can give you some insight. sliders will help give a step... like 3 inches lower than the door (a guess)

    if you do plan on off roading you will most likely regret getting the steps cause they will hang up on stuff. and make sure you get the weld on sliders!:D

    and i believe its 20% off everything. (not 100% positive though)
     
  19. brandonaz

    brandonaz [OP] Avid Off Road Vendor

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    There are pros and cons to both the sliders and the step bars. It really just depends on what purpose you want to accomplish the most.
    The steps are lower then the sliders and would help your wife get in the truck easier but like Eric said they do limit ground clearance, we angle the step and designed them to be as high as possible but they are lower when comparing them to the sliders.
    The sliders are up higher and would give you the protection off road but they are about 7" wide under the door and most girls (like my wife) complain about having to step over them when getting out of the truck. The sliders do work well as a step but more for accessing the bed or the roof.
    We offer discounts on everything to TW members but the 20% is the standing discount on just the light bar. Email me about other products and I can let you know what the current discount is and what shipping would be. Thanks.
     
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    wonder how the light bar will look with the 2012 bumper.
     
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