Top 12 Rock Sliders for the 5th Gen 4Runner

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5th Gen 4Runner Rock Sliders

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Top Rock Sliders (bolt-on) for the 5th Generation Toyota 4Runner – Features

This is a guide for many common rock sliders that every 5th Gen owner should consider.

Whether you are an off-road expert who’s looking for extra protection or just bought your 4Runner, below is the guide for you.

From the cheaper sliders to the more expensive ones, there are plenty of options to choose from.

In the off-roading world, rock sliders are something that is considered a must-have.

What are Rock Sliders?

Rock sliders are steel or aluminum step-protectors that get bolted or welded to your frame.

They are used on an off-road vehicle to protect your rocker panels (the lowest section panel below the door and above your running boards). They can also be used as a general step when entering and exiting your vehicle. While most sliders are only meant to protect your rocker panels, there are many dual-purpose sliders.

Unsure of the difference between steps and sliders? Read this!

The name slider comes from it allowing to “slide” over rocks, stumps, and humps. Sliders do just as they sound, they slide over obstacles and prevent damage to your rocker panels or body.

Kick-outs are also a topic to consider. Do you need kick-0uts on your rock sliders?

The purpose of a kick-out is to help kick or push your vehicle out and away from obstacles, like trees and rocks and even humps as you navigate around or through them.

Every scratch or blemish your slider takes is one less your 4Runner will have.

Many rock sliders are dual purpose. These provide a step while providing protection as well. They are great for anyone who uses’s their 4Runner for offroading and daily driving.

Do you really “need” sliders.

That depends on what you do with your 4Runner. Typical slider protection is important for anyone who enjoys rocky terrain and testing their limits. They might not be necessary for those who do not off-road hard though. If you are strictly exploring places on paved roads, sliders are something you will never need. It all depends on what you’re looking for and doing. 

  • Looking for off-road protection, buy them
  • Looking for a better aftermarket step with minimal protection, nerf bars might be for you.

Best 5th Gen 4Runner Rock Sliders

This is not in order from best to worst. This is a general list of common sliders fabrication companies. 

  1. N-Fab Nerf Bar (not really sliders – But consider them)
  2. C4 Fabrication Sliders
  3. RCI Sliders
  4. Metal Tech 4×4 Sliders
  5. Shrockworks (Two/Three Tube Options & Tread Plate Options)
  6. CBI Sliders with & without Kick Outs
  7. White Knuckle Off Road (Super clean and simple)
  8. Pelfrey Bilt Sliders (With Plates and No Plates)
  9. Hefty Fabworks Sliders with Steps
  10. Bud Built Sliders (Diamond Plate Steps)
  11. OutPost Off-Road (Inline very clean)
  12. 4×4 Labs Rock Sliders

N-Fab Nerf Bar (Not a “Rock Slider”)

Office 4Runner of Trail4Runner.com

This is really if you are ballin’ on a budget type of slider. It’s super affordable and will give you the “slider look” without spending $700-$1000+.

The N-Fab nerf bars are wheel to wheel steel bars that come in a black textured powder coating. The N-Fab Nerf Bars while not being a true rock slider do offer quite a bit of protection compared to the factory running boards.

They bolt to pre-existing running board mounting points. This is by far the easiest to install step out there. That may be a good selling point for you if you’re looking for something easily removable. This is also a great thing if you are looking to re-sell your 4Runner in the future. Some people may not prefer the rock sliders you choose or may just not like the look of them.

Overall the N-Fab bars are great for anyone who daily drives or explores on easy trails. Unlike the rest of the sliders on this page, the N-Fab nerf bars bolt directly to factory running board holes, so they are much less sturdy than a rock slider that bolts to your frame.

These can easily snap at the bolts and possibly rip off your rocker panels under extreme force. This is the cheapest and most underperforming step out there when it comes to moderate to hard trails.

They do serve a purpose though for some people. They look great, and they can take a few hits on rough terrain. I have seen some guys running NFab steps that are beat-up, have serious damage but ultimately they protected the 4Runner. These guys eventually upgrade to Sliders.

Nerf Bars – PROS

  • Affordable: Check Today’s Price
  • Look great
  • KDSS/ Non-KDSS compatible
  • Quick install
  • A great option for steps

Nerf Bars – CONS

  • Rocker panel bolt-on
  • Not strong compared to rock sliders
  • Not as much clearance as rock sliders
  • No kick-out option

C4 Fabrication Rock Sliders

The South Side of Genoa Peak

The C4 Fabrication Rock Sliders are a great choice for a bolt-on. Unlink the N-Fab steps, the C4 sliders bolt to your frame instead of your rocker panel factory running board mounting points. This provides a much more solid, stable, and protected solution.

The C4 Fabrication sliders at their cheapest price are pretty simple in design and for $125-150 you can bolt on step plates.

There are options available with different text options; C4 Fab Text or no text. Previously there were other options like Trail, TRD but those have been retired. You can also choose no plates and C4 will ship without holes to install plates. If you want to add plates at a later time, you will need to drill holes yourself into the sliders.

The step plates are dimpled so they give traction for standing and clean out easily when driving in mud or snow. The step plates are also removable which make painting easier and allows for multiple different coating options. They also come in two tubing options regular steel tubing and dom tubing both pre-welded. The dom tubing cost’s an additional $89 but is worth it if you’re doing heavy wheeling.

Similar to all other rock sliders, they are easily removable so you can take them off if you resale. But they can potentially increase the value of your vehicle due to having increased performance off-road.

Check out their website

PROS

  • KDSS/ Non-KDSS Compatible
  • Text options
  • Bolt-on
  • Profound kick-out
  • Good off-road protection
  • Pre-welded as one piece
  • Can be used as a step
  • Can be used as a jack point

CONS

  • Added price for step plates
  • Long lead times
  • No powder coat option available

RCI Rock Sliders

RCI Rock Sliders Install 5th Gen 4Runner with KDSS

The RCI rock sliders provide great protection along with lots of functionality. They are also very clean with a simple design.

They have an optional full-length tread plate if you decide to use them as a step. This is nice for small kids or women with awkward shoes like heels that may need something stable to place their foot on.

These full-length tread plate style sliders are ideal for a family where your woman or children are jumping in.

The full-plate design on the RCI sliders is great for a multi-use rock slider/ step. They offer the best of both worlds, a full plate step along with a heavy-duty build that is designed to take some serious abuse off-road.

For powder coating, the RCI sliders only have one option, satin black. They are designed with 11 gauge DOM tubing with a 1/4″ heavy-duty frame mount. While being bolt-on, their full-length frame mount provides maximum strength, ensuring peak protection for your rocker panels.

Overall for the RCI sliders are a great addition if you’re looking for a strong yet minimal in design rock slider.

Check out a full review and Install on these sliders.

Check out their website

PROS

  • KDSS/ Non-KDSS Compatible
  • Bolt-on
  • Full-length step plate option
  • Long angular kick-out
  • Good off-road protection
  • Pre-welded as one piece
  • Can be used as a jack point

CONS

  • Added price for step plates
  • Long lead times
  • One powder coat option available

Metal Tech 4×4 Rock Sliders

Metal Tech 4×4 Sliders are another great choice. These sliders come in one option for powder coating. A semi-gloss black/smooth finish. These are the only sliders you can purchase that are powder coated inside and out without a special request.

They come with and without kick-outs and double as a step, but lack a full tread plate step design like the RCI rock sliders above.

The grade of the metal and the diameter are not listed directly on their site but they have amazing reviews. Their customers provide feedback of being strong and withstanding a lot of wear and tear.

Metal Tech 4×4 produces quality products and awesome customer service. If like the look of this slider and think it will work for you, give them a shot. Metal Tech 4×4 is a great company. Call them right now and tell me I am wrong.

These sliders are perfect if you want to do mild to heavy trails but still maintain a clean and simple look.

Check out their website

PROS

  • KDSS/ Non-KDSS Compatible
  • Bolt-on
  • Good off-road protection
  • Pre-welded as one piece
  • Can be used as a jack point
  • Extended length kick-out

CONS

  • Long lead times
  • One powder coat option available
  • No tread plate option

Shrockworks (Two/Three Tube & Tread Plate Options)

Shrockworks Rock Sliders 5th Gen 4runner

Shrockworks are a bolt-on slider that mounts directly to the frame with a frame plate, like most other rock sliders.

They are made with a 1.75″ outer rounded tube and 2″ square tubes for mounting. The actual frame plates are 1/4″ thick steel so they have a solid mounting base so there not easily torn off like other bolt-on options.

The Shrockworks Sliders come in two options. The Two and Three tube options. The two tube option is more of a dual-purpose slider that offers a step and protection.

The Three tube option is a true slider, That is kept tight against the body so it has a nice sleek look while only providing protection, with a minimal step at best. This is absolutely a great option to look at if you consider really pushing your 4Runner off-road.

These sliders come in two powder coat options along with bare steel. The first option is a regular black powder coating. The second option is a textured black powder coating providing you grip.

The Shrockworks sliders are going to be the best choice for somebody wanting a bolt-on kit that offers a true slider not a step. It provides great protection and won’t tear off easily due to being tight against the body.

Check out a full install and review on these sliders here.

Check out their website

PROS

  • KDSS/ Non-KDSS Compatible
  • Bolt-on
  • Multiple design options
  • Good protection
  • Pre-welded as one piece
  • Can be used as a jack point

CONS

  • No weld-on option

CBI Rock Sliders with & without Kick Outs

CBI Rock Sliders with & without Kick Outs

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CBI Rock Sliders are a bolt-on option like the previously mentioned sliders. These sliders come in two options for powder coating. You can choose a satin black/smooth finish or to receive them in bare steel.

You have the option to have kick-outs added or not.

These sliders come in two different options for the tubing. The first option is the standard HREW (Hot Rolled Electrically Welded) tubing but for an additional $100 you can get the DOM (Drawn over Metal) upgraded tubing.

The extra $100 may seem like a lot but it is worth it if you decide to do heavy wheeling.

Think of it as added insurance because while the HREW is strong (mild wheeling) if it gets hit hard enough it could damage your rocker panels. This is likely never going to happen with the type of terrain the most 5th Gens are wheeling on at the moment, though.

The CBI sliders stick out far enough they can be used as steps. Also due to there strength, they can be used as Hi-Lift jack points.

In our opinion, the CBI Rock Sliders are a great choice for anyone who is looking for a very capable bolt-on slider.

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PROS

  • KDSS/ Non-KDSS Compatible
  • Bolt-on
  • Good protection
  • Multiple Kick-out options
  • Pre-welded as one piece
  • DOM or HREW
  • Can be used as a step
  • Can be used as a jack point

CONS

  • Non-weld on option

White Knuckle Off-Road Rock Sliders

5th Gen 4runner - White Knuckle Rock Sliders

Shot Cred: @AVL_Overland

White Knuckle Off Road is another bolt-on slider that comes in two different options for the tubing. The first option is the standard HREW but for an additional $40 you can get the DOM upgraded tubing.

An extra $40 for the upgraded DOM tubing is worth it because that extra cost could save you from hundreds of dollars of damage to your rocker panels.

White Knuckle Sliders only come with two options for powder coating. You can choose a semi-gloss black/smooth finish or to receive them in bare metal.

They are made with a 1.75″ outer rounded tube and 2″ square tubes for main support. The actual frame plates are 3/8″ thick steel so they have a sturdy mounting base that is not easily torn off. These sliders stick out from the body slightly so they can double as a step.

They also are able to be used as HI-Lift Jack points.

There arent a ton of guys out there running this slider but it looks nice and it’s priced well. It starts at around $550 but depending on your location can amount to $700+. That’s still a good price for a set of rock sliders.

Check out their website

PROS

  • KDSS/ Non-KDSS Compatible
  • Bolt-on
  • Good protection
  • Pre-welded as one piece
  • DOM or HREW
  • Can be used as a step
  • Can be used as a jack point

CONS

  • Non-weld on option

Pelfreybilt Rock Sliders (Company filed Bankruptcy)

Pelfreybilt Rock Sliders - 5th Gen 4Runner

Pelfreybilt filed bankruptcy in 2018 but I wanted to leave the image up for people if they wanted to pull some inspiration form their design.

Email us if you think another company should go here.

PROS

  • KDSS/ Non-KDSS Compatible
  • Bolt-on
  • Good protection
  • Pre-welded as one piece
  • Can be used as a step
  • Can be used as a jack point

CONS

  • They filed Bankruptcy

Hefty Fabworks Rock Sliders with Steps

Hefty Fabworks Rock Sliders with Steps

Shot Cred: @ClinePhotos

The Hefty Fabworks rock sliders provide ultimate protection and functionality. Every set of sliders are built utilizing a CNC cut, bent and fabricated mounting system, all American top quality steel, 2×2 hitch steel main slider with a 1 3/4″ x .120 wall DOM tubing rub rail with a rear kick out and all assembled using a set jig to eliminate human error.

The Hefty Fabworks sliders come with an integrated tread plate that gives the sliders not only the strength to add protection while offroading but they double as a step. The tread plates come dimpled like the C4 Fabrication sliders which add traction for standing and clean out easily when driving in mud or snow.

They also come with a Kick Out like the previously mentioned CBI Offroad sliders. When it comes to powder coating you can choose either bare steel or a semi-gloss textured black coating.

The Hefty Fabworks Sliders are a great choice for your 4Runner. They offer a clean, simple, and strong design. They also feature a well-designed kick out that doubles as a step.

Check out their website

PROS

  • KDSS/ Non-KDSS Compatible
  • Bolt-on
  • Good protection
  • Pre-welded as one piece
  • Can be used as a step
  • Can be used as a jack point
  • Textured powder coat option

CONS

  • Non-weld on option
  • Not many configurable options

Bud Built Rock Sliders

Bud Built 5th Gen 4Runner Rock Sliders (Diamond Plates)

The Bud Built rock sliders provide great protection. The Bud Built sliders come with an optional full or half tread plate that gives the sliders a great step option. It’s not going to add more strength while offroading but it will assist those little ones you drag everywhere and possibly your lady with high heels.

They also come with a kick-out option for the beefier sliders like the previously mentioned CBI Offroad sliders and others. They come with a HREW option or a beefier DOM tubing option for an extra $75.

When it comes to powder coating you can choose 6 different options. Bare steel, Black, Red, Yellow, Blue, or you can choose any other color of your choice for the same price.

The Bud Built Sliders are a great choice for your 4Runner due to having the options of many powder coat options, optional kickouts, optional tread plates for steps, and the options of kick-outs on the beefier version.

Check out their website

PROS

  • KDSS/ Non-KDSS Compatible
  • Multiple powder coating options
  • Bolt-on
  • Good protection
  • Pre-welded as one piece
  • Can be used as a step
  • Can be used as a jack point
  • Textured powder coat option

CONS

  • Non-weld on option

Rago Fabrication Rock Sliders

Rago Fabrication Rock Sliders

The Rago Fabrication sliders (although arrived late in the game) provide a great amount of protection. These sliders have been designed to provide the most ground clearance that also provides a kick out to keep your quarter panels dent free.

These sliders are made 100% in the USA using 1.70 DOM tubing with 3/16 pickled and oiled steel. They are bent at a 45-degree angle on both ends that allow more support and resistance to hits. These sliders are over 8 inches wide in three different locations. Big, wide and beefy rock sliders but maybe too wide for some. If you are looking for a low profile tucked rock slider, these are not for you.

While these sliders may not look the best (no offense) they offer plenty of protection. These sliders would be great for someone who does moderate to very heavy wheeling keeping the obstacles far way, especially with their wide kick-out.

Rago Fabrication offers shipping to a local Texas powder coater to allow Texas residents to pick up locally. Great for people in Texas.

Pushing over $1000.00, they are somewhat pricy for what they are. Other sliders range $700-900 so Rago is on the high side but they tend to make a great product so you get what you pay for.

Visit their website

PROS

  • KDSS/ Non-KDSS Compatible
  • Bolt-on
  • Great protection
  • Pre-welded as one piece
  • Can be used as a step
  • Can be used as a jack point

CONS

  • Non-weld on option

4×4 Labs Rock Sliders

4×4 LABS ROCK SLIDERS FOR 5TH GEN

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4×4 Labs as another bolt-on option provides one notable difference compared to all of these sliders. The 4×4 Labs rock sliders feature a “boat style” underside that protects all the way back to the frame adding unmatched protection to the 4Runner’s side (and KDSS systems for those equipped).

This “boat style” underside of the sliders will protect from much more than average trail obstacles. If you are looking for a set of over-performing rock sliders, 4×4 Labs should be highly considered.

If you look at these versus other sliders on the market, they are the most over-built sliders on the market – bar none. That’s why they are so expensive (AND HEAVY!). But for some 4Runner owners out there, the protection was well worth the cost. As they say “Buy once, cry once”.

These only come in two options for powder coating. You can choose a semi-gloss black/smooth finish or to receive them in bare steel.

They come with and without kick-outs as well. These sliders stick out far enough they can be used as a step for your 4Runner which is nice.

These Sliders are meant to handle the weight of the body so they can be used as jack points for your HI-Lift jack. The price on these sliders we feel is pretty killer though even for DOM Tubing and much more material than your standard bolt-on rock slider mentioned above.

The quality overall is very good but compared to most other sliders this option is at the end of the list due to price. Its design overall is very clean and simple, though. So if you’re going for an extremely well-built over-performing rock slider that will protect against just about any hit, this slider is for you.

PROS

  • KDSS/ Non-KDSS Compatible
  • Bolt-on
  • Great protection
  • Undercarriage protection
  • Pre-welded as one piece
  • Can be used as a step
  • Can be used as a jack point
  • Textured powder coat option

CONS

  • Non-weld on option
  • Expensive

Which sliders are for you?

Our conclusion to this article is that overall every one of these has great benefits while some do not. The sliders you choose is based on what you are looking for and the type of offroading you do or plan to do in your 4Runner.

There are many factors when choosing the style, functionality, powder coat, and most of all protection. You can always rattle can your sliders if you intend on abusing them so don’t let “powder coat options” get you down.

Look for something that is going to work for you and your family along with something that will protect your 4Runner on the trail.

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I could honestly sit here for hours and hours and read every blog, post, or video on Instagram and never get bored. Your content is one of a kind and even me owning 3rd gen 4runner, reading some of your stuff has inspired and helped me decide what I want to do with mine later on down the road. Thanks for all you do!
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Hefty fab ftw! But hey that’s just me great info here

Dan Majka
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Dan Majka

thoughts re: Rocky Road sliders/super sliders?

Jeff Varvar
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Jeff Varvar

I’ve been thinking about the Rocky Road sliders for my 5th gen 4r. I’ve checked out so many different sliders I can’t decide. I live in CO. I’ve looked into Shrockworks, but the wait time.

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Raffi

Great site! Thanks so much for all this valuable information. Curious what everyone thinks of these aluminum side steps by a company out of Canada called Green Lane: http://greenlaneoffroad.com/14-4runner/6edd8rl1x52h6s5dcbyx42ofi0u1rw. Having a hard time picking one for my TRD Off Road Premium.

Bradford
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Bradford

Just received mine in the mail. Bolting them up this weekend. I don’t do any serious wheeling and wanted to save some weight with the aluminum. I think they do great machine work and I dig their design. They’ve got a rock slider look to them with a functional step. No rusting either. I’ll let you know how it goes.

JImmy James
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JImmy James

Soo,, how do they fit? I like an aluminum option as I have become very weight conscience to my truck..

Bill
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Bill

Does anyone have any experience with N-Fab T1464R Nerf Step? They appear to bolt to the rocker panel vs. frame. I don’t do much heavy duty off-roading but looking for better cabin and roof top access

Kevin
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Kevin

How about adding Southern Style Offroad sliders to the list?

https://www.southernstyleoffroad.com/product/5thgen-rock-sliders/

Marcello
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Marcello

I’ve been wondering about these as well. Would love someone’s feedback here.

Bill
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Bill

Great website. Glad I found it. I was surprised that you didn’t mention or slow SSO sliders as Kevin also indicated. I just installed (bolted on) the SSO sliders on my ’16 SR5 and they went on quite easily. Hope you add these to your list.

Brian
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Brian

Price updates would be super helpful. Seems like most have gone up 15-25%

Nate
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Nate

Really enjoy the site. Are the Shrockworks now using the factory bolt/hole locations? All I can ever find is conversations about the SW requiring holes to be drilled in the frame. Any insight is appreciated. Thanks!

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Travis

Great article, Brenan. Great site. I really appreciate you putting this together on rock sliders. Its my next up item. I’m with Dan on this one. Rocky Road Outfitters super sliders look amazing. Dan thanks for adding them to the thread and getting them to my radar. I’m torn between C4Fab, CBI, Rocky Road Outfitters and Shrockworks. They all look great! I keep going back to the angled tube design (no plates) that work best with KDSS. Still trying to determine the best of the bunch.

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Hi Brenan, I have 2019 TRD Off Road Premium. Just getting started with the real mods. I go off road monthly buy not daily. I am looking for a minimalist functional slider. Not a step, No kick out, no tread plate. I dont mind hopping into the driver’s seat so I don’t want a step but I don’t want a Big slider blocking access either. Could you recommend one to meet this criteria? Most of the ones in your excellent review are just slightly bigger than I would want. Out of all of them the Shrockworks looks pretty streamlined. I… Read more »

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Steve, Hey I saw your note and wanted to drop in a line. I think your search can be quickly whittled down to a few companies. There are mostly likely more that meet your criteria, but these should be able to get you rolling in the right direction.

* Shrockworks – https://www.shrockworks.com/5th-Gen-Toyota-4Runner-Rock-Sliders-2010-2017-pr-16256.html
* CBI Off Road Fabrication – https://cbioffroadfab.com/product/toyota-5th-gen-4runner-bolt-on-rock-sliders/
* Rocky Road Outfitters – Super Sliders- https://www.rocky-road.com/rock-sliders.html
* C4 Fabrication – https://www.c4fabrication.com/product/2014-4runner-rock-sliders/

If you have any more questions, just let me know. More than happy to continue to assist.

Shout Out to Brenan for having the coolest site on the Internet!

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Jay Duvon

Brenan: Nice job, I wish this info was available when I was looking at sliders for my ’17 T4R ORP w/KDSS. I ended up going with RCI sliders (and full aluminum skids) with step plates and they have performed perfectly over the last few years and many miles of off-roading, fire roads/gravel roads (Crown King back way, Elephant Hill, etc). I can also vouch for their use as High-lift jack points (no flexing) which is important for me since I have stock bumpers and thus limited jacking points. I was worried about the powder coating holding up to rock and… Read more »

Jay Duvon
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Jay Duvon

Brenan: Great review, would’ve been a big help when I was looking at sliders. I went with RCI step sliders with covers on my ’17 T4R ORP w/KDSS. They have held up just about perfectly after many off road miles and several direct hits on the sliders. I was concerned about the powder coating holding up and the sliders getting rusty and ugly. So I had them coated with Rhino Guard ( tough bed liner coating) before installation in early 2017. The coating has held up almost perfectly and cleans up like new at a car wash. I say “almost”… Read more »

Jeff
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Jeff

Hi there, I have a 2 »14 limited and I bought greenlane rock slider. My problem is they don’t fit with the rocker skirt. Do you know of an easy fix for replacing the rocker skirt on the limited or do you know of a better product that can be installed on the limited without any modifications? Thank you

Jim
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Jim

RSG Metalworks are beefy and no lead times.

John
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John

Yup, just ordered them last week and they were delivered today.

Marcello
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Marcello

Any thoughts on the Victory 4×4 Blitz sliders or know what kind of quality they are? They look great but not sure if it’s just gimmicky.

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