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Old 16-04-2011, 03:42 PM
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Hi all

I am after some pictures and info on step sliders made frome either box, tube, plate what ever really as long as there strong

welded, bolted, clamped on

PS not interested in seeing pictures of the standard syle of tube sliders ever man and his dog has
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Old 16-04-2011, 04:25 PM
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i'll be making my set of rock sliders/scrub bars over easter for my GQ Patrol. Will post some pics when i'm done if your interested.
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Old 16-04-2011, 06:56 PM
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here is a few pictures of my rock sliders i payed $400 for these off drc fabrications </title> <meta content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1" http-equiv="Content-Type"></meta> <meta name="keywords" content=""></meta> <meta name="description" content=""></meta> <meta name="keywords" content=""></meta> <meta name="description" content="" <<< there is the site
they are very strong, good finish, mine need a bit of a paint as they have taken a few hits know and still strait, these on have 3 supports, 2 wrap around the chassis and clamp on and 1 up the front on the body mounts bracket

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Here's a pic from before finished, now have checker plate in main centre rectangle section, just use same as most to mount, fabricated "u" section around chassis.
Worked out fairly strong no trees or rocks bent em yet
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Here's another couple of photos of sliders from drc fabrications. Does some great work, also made them to suit my body lift.



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Needed something for the kids to be able to step on and be be strong as well.



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no offence to those that have posted the drc sliders, but this is what I was reffering to by evry man and his dog has, could knock a set of those up on any given weekend if wanted

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that is what I was looking for very nice slider and step rolled into one, thank you

any one else got something to show, other than the DRC type sliders
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i think eighty8's idea is great using the factory side step on custom fabed brackets for strength
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i think eighty8's idea is great using the factory side step on custom fabed brackets for strength
I agree. Have been thinking about what I'm gunna do for protection now I know just need the time to make it.
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the best thing about how them side steps are setup is you got the strength of a rock slider with the factory alloy step look its definitly got to be a win win situation if you need a good step for kids ect to jump in and out of the truck
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Hi tassie patrol im from DRC Fabrications we do make slider steps as well
If you check out my web site www.drcfabrications.com you will see them
I make the side steps for GQ and GU

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I Have seen some on dave metcalfs winch truck a few years back that were pretty cool, he had cut out the sil, welded in some RHS and then attatched a simple tube type step to that was very solid as it was fully welded and looked almost factory, does not hinder any clearence either, makes for a pretty high step though.

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why would you worry about clearance issues with a slier hemce the name just drag it over they are they to save your sills from getting damaged and sometimes as a step so cutting the sill would defeat the purpose of having them
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i just put gu sliders on my gq , they are a bit wider so on a gq it makes for good side steps as well
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would the GU arb side step/slider/scrub bars fit onto a GQ?
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