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Old 11-11-2009, 10:57 AM   #1
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TJ Rock slider picture request

Post some pics of your TJ with rocksliders. There next on my list and I want to see what different styles look like. Post a pic and tell what and where there from, thx!!

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Big Daddy Offroad sliders .... aluminum ...about $300
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Big Daddy Offroad sliders .... aluminum ...about $300
thats nice ! been dieying to get some..
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Poison Spyder

Sorry the pics aren't that close up.
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IslandTJ has them....I want them...but I'm signing my life and income away on a house in less than 2 weeks, so I won't be buying much for awhile.
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Old 11-11-2009, 04:38 PM   #6
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Just put on Shrockworks Sliders i will get apicture for you next week. Love them so far.
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Old 11-11-2009, 05:07 PM   #7
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I just can't decide...they all look nice so far, I need more pics.

I love the shrockworks!! they weigh 100lb though holy crap!
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+1 for Shrockworks. Not the cheapest, but very well made.
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Old 11-11-2009, 06:13 PM   #9
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Poison Spyder with the tube



Blue Torch Fab without the tube



Currie(These are for sale)

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DeTours DropKick Slyders. Easy install, sturdy, offer a nice step.
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DeTours DropKick Slyders. Easy install, sturdy, offer a nice step.
Nice! Are those body mounted or frame mounted?
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Old 11-11-2009, 11:42 PM   #13
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Easy bolt on frame mount. They suit my needs
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The ones that I want, Gen-Right Mini-Boatside w/ Step.

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The ones that I want, Gen-Right Mini-Boatside w/ Step.

I really like these too! I like the built-in step option. But I also really like those Shrockworks sliders, too....

Ah, decisions, decisions....
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I'm really leaning towards the shrockworks, I like the dropkicks and the genrights though to.
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My buddy has a set of Shrockworks and they are great rockers. They tie into the tub really well.

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I really want a set of those above me ^^^ but drilling into my tub dosent sound like the best thing to me
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I really want a set of those above me ^^^ but drilling into my tub dosent sound like the best thing to me
Why? Drilling a couple holes is much better than damaging your rocker.
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Old 11-12-2009, 01:31 PM   #20
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Shrockworks the day I put them on.




Oh and Roketman makes them to go corner to corner past the flares. He's a local guy and they're nice too.
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so we know they hold about 85lbs
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I wasn't aware you needed a hatchet for the install either...they look great though Tiny I think thats what I'm going to get.
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I got them in bare metal instead of powder coated so I could paint them whenever I wanged them up. And yes, a hatchet is needed just in case there's a zombie attack while installing them.
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I think these are OR-FAB. They were on the Rubi when I bought it, so really not sure. They can be swapped side to side and be used as steps, but you lose some ground clearance.Click image for larger version

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Warn Sliders

The WARN sliders go on easy, seem to function the way they are interned. Really, they all LOOK about the same, sorta. I have rock rubbed my just on the job site, but they do not seem to care. Crappy picture but might give you an idea of the looks.
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I dont have any pics on my computer. But if you can weld and have access to some metal plating i would highly suggest jeeptubes.com I bought the tubes there and then cut them and welded them the exact way I wanted them to look on my jeep, with the exact tilt I wanted. I welded mine to a 1/4 thick plate, (not sure of what, it was something that was laying around my dads shop that he told me would be perfect haha) Been working great for me :-)
oh and the best part, they are like $65 :-D
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that should of said "intended" but I'm sure that you figured that one out already, here is another pic from my phone.
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I dont have any pics on my computer. But if you can weld and have access to some metal plating i would highly suggest jeeptubes.com I bought the tubes there and then cut them and welded them the exact way I wanted them to look on my jeep, with the exact tilt I wanted. I welded mine to a 1/4 thick plate, (not sure of what, it was something that was laying around my dads shop that he told me would be perfect haha) Been working great for me :-)
oh and the best part, they are like $65 :-D

I have been thinking about that I would love to see some pics if you get a chance. I sold my neighbor my mig welder but i still have access to it, that was part of the deal.

I like the poison spyders and the shrockworks tho
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BillyFabed (local guy made them in his garage)...

they worked great but nothing lasts forever:




thats what it looked like underneath the rocker guards after 3 or 4 yrs. It's hard to see frmo the photo but it was warped pretty good. Imagine what it would look like without the guards... cue Fatbob309's old jeep

The set I've got now are without the tube. Won't give me any better or worse rocker protection but it may keep me from getting hung up on narrow tight squeeze notches

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