"Doesn't matter if it is Toyota, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Jeep, Hummer, Isuzu, Land Rover....
If you don't see a listing for your particular model or year, and live in the Salt Lake City area, you could earn yourself a set of free Rockrails.
We are looking for prototype vehicles. You just drop the vehicle by our shop for a couple days while we design, build, and mount the Rockrails.... then you drive away with free new rocker protection."
Hey, I'm all for more vendors making more goods, but damn - if you're going to make a product, keep a person's truck for a couple days, and want them to speak good of what you made, at least try. They drilled through the pinch weld on Darren's truck without asking him and I could have bent the sliders on the 80 by standing on them.
So yes Eric, they are worth the price of scrap steel.
You know the 100 series sliders are a lot simplier to design than the 80 series sliders. So they should be a lot easier of a project for the home builder. I've been thinking about ditching my Slee tube sliders and building a set of custom ones. Originally I was just going to hack off the Slee outers and use the Slee mounts for my own outrigger. However, in laying under the truck for hours and hours I decided that it would be probably best for me just to build a whole new set and sell these. This is very very low on the priority list as there is nothing wrong with the Slee sliders I just want a flat running board style and I have the tube style as it would suit my needs for that truck better.