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Old 04-26-2011, 12:51 PM
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Default Rock Sliders made! Yay!

Finally got around to finishing my Rock Slider/Step Bar Project!

Check it out!



Mocking up - Measuring for fit!



Time to drill!



Yay! Now my two-year old daughter can get up in the truck!


Sorry for the Blackberry quality - or lack-there-of!
 

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Old 04-26-2011, 01:27 PM
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nice how much could i get a set for on my 4door???
 
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Lol yea i'd like a set too. Looks good
 
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Very nice work! You'll have a lot of people asking where you got those lol.
 
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Nice work. They look good. Now you have to set up production & start a NEW career.
 
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Thanks guys.


They are 67" bars for Toyota trucks... Semi custo. I fitted the feet and pads myself and then had them welded completely. Cut the front back one inch though.

Mounting was a pain on the short wheelbased two door.

I've got about $400 in them. But when I do the body lift this fall, my ugly frame won't be peeking out!
 
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Toyota, Suzuki Samurai, and Jeep Off Road Parts
??? that them?
I'm VERY intrigued...
sooo write up please? lol

what all did you have to mod?
 
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im going to order a set in the am....thanks for the post
 
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wow only $150? I could even afford those
 
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Do want, badly! All I have to do is learn to weld...MWAHAHAHA!!!
 

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