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Relentless Fab. 2nd Gen Tacoma products

Discussion in 'Relentless Fabrication' started by RelentlessTaco, Jun 4, 2010.

  1. RelentlessTaco

    RelentlessTaco [OP] Custom Tacoma bumpers & more for your offroad toy Vendor

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    OK thanks Randy. Might have to take you up on that at some point
     
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  5. RelentlessTaco

    RelentlessTaco [OP] Custom Tacoma bumpers & more for your offroad toy Vendor

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    Give us a call! They're custom built, to order. :cool:
     
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    Hey,

    I see you guys are really busy, I just have a quick question. I'm looking for bolt-on hybrid rock rails for my 2012 DCSB, but I want them to double as step rails. I saw this pictured that you had posted and it looks like what I'm looking for. How far do these stand out from the rocker panels?

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    Thanks
     
  7. RelentlessTaco

    RelentlessTaco [OP] Custom Tacoma bumpers & more for your offroad toy Vendor

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    Approx 5" from the rocker edge, when you have the door opened.
     
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    Cool. How much with the half kickout shipped to 33624?
     
  9. RelentlessTaco

    RelentlessTaco [OP] Custom Tacoma bumpers & more for your offroad toy Vendor

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    You'd be looking at approx $491.10 for weld on style, w/ TW discount applied and $150 freight included.
     
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    Sorry, meant how much for the bolt-on version.. Thx
     
  11. RelentlessTaco

    RelentlessTaco [OP] Custom Tacoma bumpers & more for your offroad toy Vendor

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    +$153 for bolt on
    And + $125 if you want them powder coated as well.
     
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    Sounds good, I'll send you a PM
     
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    None yet ;)
    So what are the gains of bolt on vs. weld on sliders or vice versa? Because either way there is some weakening of the frame with holes and welding I'm trying to figure out which I'd rather do haha
     
  14. RelentlessTaco

    RelentlessTaco [OP] Custom Tacoma bumpers & more for your offroad toy Vendor

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    my bolt on are no-drill (optional drilling to maximize strength, but not required for basic install) so no worry about weakening the frame with them by adding a bunch of holes. Even with weld on, which in my opinion is stronger ultimately, I believe you would be effectively strengthening the frame of the truck by adding the additional rails secured solidly to it.
    Benefit to bolt on is the ability to remove the rails to resell or for paint touch up's, or even eventual replacement should you happen to damage one. Benefit to weld on is they're stronger- they dont deflect as much when used to their fullest offroad.
     
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    None yet ;)
    Ah, damage is kind of a big benefit of bolt on I never thought of that one considering these things are supposed to be pretty damn strong. Interesting though, I'll keep that in mind that yours are no drill. I just got my truck and I wanna beef it up slowly but surely and I wanna get the sliders before lift just in case I do go somewhere stock height I don't bust up my rocker panels
     
  16. RelentlessTaco

    RelentlessTaco [OP] Custom Tacoma bumpers & more for your offroad toy Vendor

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    yeah, they're tough for sure. It's pretty rare to mess up a slider, but I've seen it on dedicated off road rigs that see a lot of trail use and slam around in the boulders. I've never personally damaged a set to where they would need to be replaced, both in the 3 years I had a set on my last truck and the nearly 4 years I've had the current set on my truck now.
     
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    None yet ;)
    Yeah I'm just trying to figure out whether I wanna pay weld them on properly for the strength or go the less hassle route and just bolt them.... Or just bolt and then weld them.
     
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    What's your current wait time on a set of bolt on sliders?
     
  19. RelentlessTaco

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    Ok, thanks.
     
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