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post #1 of (permalink) Old 04-10-2004, 11:24 AM
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Samurai Rock Sliders

What do u think about Shrockworks's rock sliders ? Im afraid about my floor and exterior body.

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post #2 of (permalink) Old 04-10-2004, 11:34 AM
 
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Re: Samurai Rock Sliders

I don't personnaly have them. I have his rear bumper, but the quality was top notch. It was the first bolt on mod that did not need modification to be put on the truck. I'm sure his sliders are just as high in quality. His customer service is tops as well.

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Re: Samurai Rock Sliders

Do you think this way of fixing- to body is good ? Someone told me that it damage body and recommend me fixing side bars only to the frame.
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Re: Samurai Rock Sliders

They bolt on to both the body and the frame. That should be plenty. The important part is that it does attach to the frame. I'm running the Rocky Road Sliders and they only attach to the frame. They're fitment wasn't the best but they work. Doing it all over I'd go with Shrocks.


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Re: Samurai Rock Sliders

I ran similar bars on my Jeep. They attached to the body only. They worked great, never damaged the body. I really like shrocks because you dont loose much clearence.
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They are awesome quality! Jim Shrake is a top notch guy! I think he needs his business to be global also, so buy his stuff. I will continue to buy Shrockworks stuff whenever I need anything he sells.

You would be very happy with the toughness, fit, and look of them.
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Re: Samurai Rock Sliders

But what do you think about way it is bolt on to floor and body ? Is it stiff enough ?
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Re: Samurai Rock Sliders

The set I got from Jim were off his personal rig. They are both body and frame mount. The way it is I feel like it is the best of both worlds. They will be able to take abuse with no problem.

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I think so. Jim used these before me there are visible marks. And seeing pictures of his rig and then looking at the sliders I would say they held up excellent. The only thing the rails need is paint to look new again. Once they are on... I'll never worry about rocker damage... it would have to be a tragic hit to mess these things up.
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Re: Samurai Rock Sliders

There's a guy in town here that has rocksliders you can't even see. What it is is a piece of 4x3" or 3x2" square tubing welded in place of the stock rocker. It looks like the factory rocker except it's really strong. I might do my samurai this way.
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Re: Samurai Rock Sliders

YES!! The body mount is strong enough. I saw a set of his sliders bet the crap beat out of them and they were the body mount only. No damage to the Zuk and NO damage to the sliders. They are worth every penny..

Oh, I do have them on my Zuk too but they are the dual mount
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