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Old 04-19-2017, 11:51 AM
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There is no drilling involved, and I suppose you could weld them on, but we designed them to be fairly easily removable, like the stock sliders (but wayyy more durable)

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what did you decide on mounts? frame or body? drill or no drill? need to know before I order another set of sliders. I can wait a month maybe a month and a half but not more than 2 months.
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Originally Posted by LōD Offroad View Post
There is no drilling involved, and I suppose you could weld them on, but we designed them to be fairly easily removable, like the stock sliders (but wayyy more durable)
Sounds exactly like I would want if I was designing them for myself.

New pics look great, can't wait to see the Youtube vids.

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We decided on a combination mount system that uses the body mount points as well as several areas along the pinch seam. The body mount points are not like others companies' which still allow the slider to shift around: we have developed a system that provides a stable mount using the tub mount points, and then is reinforced by rubber-lined (to prevent metal-on-metal) contact points down several lengths of the pinch seam. This system provides more than enough strength to make a great functional and durable rock slider. We will discuss this more and show some of the testing when we release the Youtube video for these bad boys.

Please get these out soon! I've been holding out for 2+ months to see if these are for me. Sure seems like it! At least get a preorder and some dates going!

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available soon I hope. I will be a beta tester if available within the next month and a half.
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They are now in production and are being stocked before becoming available (most likely towards the end of the week)! Just a little more patience! This time we are trying for super short lead times. Here's a picture in the meantime!

http://lodoffroad.com/media/catalog/...rs0712_-_5.jpg

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Originally Posted by LōD Offroad View Post
They are now in production and are being stocked before becoming available (most likely towards the end of the week)! Just a little more patience! This time we are trying for super short lead times. Here's a picture in the meantime!

http://lodoffroad.com/media/catalog/...rs0712_-_5.jpg
price? they look good. Depending on price I will be getting a set.
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Originally Posted by LōD Offroad View Post
They are now in production and are being stocked before becoming available (most likely towards the end of the week)! Just a little more patience! This time we are trying for super short lead times. Here's a picture in the meantime!

http://lodoffroad.com/media/catalog/...rs0712_-_5.jpg
Am I correct in assuming those mount onto the body mounts?

I want them, but need to see the prices.

What about lighting options?

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2 door also? Price?
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We will be developing a two door version also, but it will be at least a month or two before those. We are trying to gauge demand and get these going first.

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