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New X-Wings and Dominators sliders

Discussion in 'Demello Offroad' started by JDEMELLO, Oct 19, 2012.

  1. JDEMELLO

    JDEMELLO [OP] Well-Known Member Vendor

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    Recently we went back to the drawing board to come up with not only a very strong new sliders but original and different. We are still carrying our other popular styles. But we wanted to come out with a slider that didn't look like anything else already out there but also had improved function and form to it.



    One of the things we noticed about all current available slider designs was the heavy use area's like the front section that usually encounters a rock first and the kick out section that push you around rocks and obstacles always seem to dent. That's why on our new sliders are not only boxed in those sections but the tube runs through the box material making for an extremely strong section of the sliders.

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    We also have recognized people want some sort of traction for the top of their sliders when stepping on them. The standard mesh that we use to use and other companies used just seemed so back yard fabricated, plus would rust easily over time due to all the edges on it. So we used stainless steal tread plates that bolt to the top of our sliders for better grip and traction. The plates can also be powder coated if you don't like the bling look.

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    Sorry this is the only picture we have of the sliders on a Tacoma. More to come soon of both the new styles.

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    Here are some pictures of them on a FJC, we have only made two sets for the Tacoma's one of each style.

    Dominators (shown with DO plates not standard)
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    X-wings.
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    These were a huge hit with the FJ crowd, if you would be interested in them please let us know. We know the style might be a little much for some people.
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  2. Pugga

    Pugga Pasti-Dip Free Since 1983

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    Holy hell! Those things look pretty damn stout while still managing to be sexy :eek:
     
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    Its different but i dig it :thumbsup: Gives it that hefty armor look
     
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    I like them. PM'd
     
  5. JDEMELLO

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    Thank you guys. They are pretty stout and very strong. Lighter than our Rock Crushers but heavier than our Hybrids. I have a pair on my daily driver 4runner that I have been abusing for months.
     
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    These look nice, do you make them for the 3rd gen. 4runner?
     
  7. JDEMELLO

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    We haven't yet but we could.
     
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    Great idea in thinking out of the box.

    Glad to see someone stepped up to the plate and hit a home run. The market has been being flooded with the same old stuff for a long time now.
     
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    How much would these cost? Not in the market for them... Yet. But so far these look the best I have seen.
     
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    Interesting new design. If they are as stout as my DO sliders i'm sure they can take a good beating.:cool:
     
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    Nice!! I think I found the perfect slider for me.
     
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    interested on price. Those really do look stout IMO
     
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    Do you make these for regular cab also?
     
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    Thank you guys for the interest. Yes we can make them for a single cab.

    They would come in bolt on and or weld on.

    Pricing would be $650.00 B/M for the X-wings

    $550.00 B/M for the dominators.
     
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    Those look so nice! Will be looking again when I have te funds :thumbsup:
     
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    colinb17 If at first you don't succeed, don't try skydiving

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    Nice work!
    very innovative design with great attention to detail. I've got a nice dent in the front of my DOM sliders.

    are you making them any longer than normal? seems like most sliders (all brands) are just a few inches short, exposing a very vonerable area on each end.
     
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    Those are pretty sick I haven't really seen much like that
     
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