TiredIron's Homemade sliders (1 Viewer)

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Here's some pictures of my sliders, a friend of mine and I designed these and made them from scrap metal from a local salvage yard. The round tubing is 1" and is 3/16 thick as is the 1.5 square tubing They bolt in the rear and will be welded in the other connecting points.



 
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Clutchee

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Glad to see your imagination didn't stop with the axles!


I also made the wifes sliders....cash savings was so worth it.


Have fun in Moab....we did last year.
 
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If you make these for FJ80s there are quite a few people here who want to get some (make a few sets :) ). Right now I don't think anyone makes FJ80 sliders due to the different cat placement.
 

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Those look nice!
So what's your next mod?
 
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Man you do good work. Your truck is getting tons of mods really quick. I wish I had the skills to do that kind of work myself. Looking good.
 
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TiredIronGRB,

please write up the procedure/steps you went through to construct these and any other detail info. I will link it and add to the FAQ slider section currently under construction. If you don't mind.
 
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The round 1" tubing is schedlue 80, it comes out 6" and is angled up 25 degrees up from the square 3/16" x 1.5" tube , we used 3/16" x 2" flat stock to make the rear mounts that bolt in the running board mounting holes, the DS also mounts on the front with the 3/16" x 2" flat stock using the Cat shield mounting holes. The sliders are 60" long and have two square 3/16" x 1.5" tube supports that are welded directly to the frame. I weight 230lbs and I can stand on them without them flexing at all.
 

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