Rock Sliders

$695 standard

w/DOM upgrade: $895

ADE TO ORDER FOR: 3rd gen Nissan Frontier, 2nd gen Nissan Frontier, 2nd gen Nissan Xterra, 3rd gen Nissan Pathfinder & 2nd gen Toyota Tacoma.

Details: We build rock sliders for Crew Cab, Short Bed and the King Cab/extended cab, Standard Bed. We DO NOT build for the Long Bed. They are 100% bolt-on for easy installation. There is no cutting, welding or drilling required! We provide all hardware needed. Unlike other companies, our sliders come with 3 leg supports. These are used for protection of your sheet metal on your truck. They help when offroading, sliding across rocks and protecting your vehicle. They double perfectly as side steps and are great for getting you and your family in and out of your vehicle daily, with ease! These sliders are made of 1 & 3/4″, .120 wall tubing with 1/4″ mounting plates and gussets. You also have the option to upgrade to DOM, which is the strongest we offer. The upgrade is ideal for our hardcore off-roaders out there! Bare metal only (not painted)

INSTALL INSTRUCTIONS

Your sliders are directional, meaning there is one for your drivers side and one for your passenger side.
To tell them apart, there will be gussets (triangles) that are welded to the tubing plate for added strength. The gusset will be facing towards the rear of your vehicle. They will bolt up to existing holes in your frame. No drilling, unless you have a King Cab. For this model you’ll need to drill through the very last hole on each side of your frame.
We suggest using 2 jack stands to hold the sliders up at each end (or 2 buddies) to hold up the sliders, while you install the bolts.
The bolts include five, 4” grade 8, ½” bolts and one, 3” grade 8, ½” bolt.
Also, included are five backing plates. These will be used on the back side of your frame to spread the load.
There is a backing plate with a nut welded in it. This one will be used with the 3” bolt. These will go where your gas tank is. It’s a tight fit, Nissan didn’t give much room between the gas tank and the frame.
Install all of the bolts in loosely before tightening one completely.
Make sure that you have them adjusted exactly where you want them and then finally, tighten them as tight as you can. You’re good to go!