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Discussion in '80-Series Tech' started by Romer, Jan 30, 2006.

  1. Romer

    Romer fatherofdaughterofromer Moderator

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    We are making a new FAQ. The purpose of this thread is to show your Sliders. There will be others for Bumpers, Lifts, etc.

    Here is what you need to do. Post 1 or 2 pics of your bumper and state if it is a Slee, Hanna, Self Made, etc.

    DO NOT ADD POSTS COMMENTING ON OTHERS BUMPERS.

    1 User 1 Post - including pic.

    Lets give this a try and see how it comes out
     
  2. Romer

    Romer fatherofdaughterofromer Moderator

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    Slee Step Sliders



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  3. Cruiserhead05

    Cruiserhead05 SILVER Star

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  4. ManrigDude

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    Slee Step Sliders with Slee caps to tie into front fender flare. Love the sliders but the caps don't seem to hold up very well. I don't think the rubber is very UV stable and they are torn easily when wheeling.
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  5. Brentbba

    Brentbba Former Golfer SILVER Star

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    Ken Hanna's Sliders.
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  6. FirstToy

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    Hanna Quality sliders- showing HQ's trademark catalytic converter protection
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  7. FirstToy

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    HQ sliders showing nicely tucked up
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  8. green_machine

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    here - mine by me

    weld on w/cat protection
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  9. peebles24

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    Mine are still a work in progress, they are made of 2x2 3/16 square tube for the outriggers and slider. The step and step outrigger is made of 1x2 3/16. The mount to the frame has not yet been finished, I started by bolting them to the frame but I don't think that will be strong enough. It will be a 3/16 flat stock wrap around unit. As soon as I get them finished a freind of mine will be powder coating them black.

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  10. Gumby

    Gumby Supamod Staff Member s-Moderator

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    Not the prettiest, but damn functional. I use them for tree sliders as often as rock sliders.
    The kick outs are key. They save the quarters and provide a pivot point in tight spots. It makes them a tool rather than just protection.
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  11. PKP80

    PKP80 SILVER Star

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    Custom, Sliders weld on
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  12. Mr.Bryan

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    Here's mine, just like Gumby's (although I had mine first :D) Home made weld on's but again the kick out is key. It's saved my quarter panel many many times, and for very foresty area's I love em. I think total cost was about $200 and time spent making them around 15 hours. (first time learning how to weld) <- and the welds are still going strong. Oh and they're great for standing on to wash the roof.


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  13. lahar50

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    MY custom sliders I am thinking od changing them some.
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  14. 4WD Toyota Owner Magazine

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    Man-A-Fre / 4Plus

    Man-A-Fre/4Plus slides
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  15. snowcruiser

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    Here are my homemade sliders/door protectors. These are basically George's design with a few modifications...3/16" all around, addition of outter bar acts as door protection, bigger u-bolts, and custom rattle canned.
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  16. Altaf

    Altaf SILVER Star

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    Slee Step Sliders

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  17. AMMO

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    Link Sliders... Used Abused and Loved,,,
     
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  18. Doc

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    I went with the offerings from Solid Rock Offroad. Love 'em. the front control arm mounting bracket is a work of pure genius. I chose the weld on versions over the bolt on version because I didn't like the way the bolt on versions creaked on my 60.

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  19. jditom

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    Hanna sliders.

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  20. richj11

    richj11 SILVER Star

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    Solid Rock OffRoad

    I also decided to go with the Solid Rock Off Road sliders. Just received them yesterday. Here's a pic of them. I'll post a mounted pic later. As Doc previously stated, the front mount to the control arm bracket is slick.

    I chose to go this route as Jim at SROR was one of the few out there that said he could build a set for the 91 FJ80. They went on easily and fit is superb.

    I opted to have the outer bars horizontal, vice angled up as the family did use the PO running boards as a step.


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