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Old 01-15-2013, 10:59 AM
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Awesome thanks for the feedback guys, feel free to pm me and I'd be glad to further discuss any more questions you might have!
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Back to rear wheel for bed access would be nice.
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you can add me to the list of those interested
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Very interested, they look great and have solid frame mounting points.
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Hey guys feel free to pm me if you have any more questions, or are interested in more information about these.
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Question most probably have, is how much to purchase? LOL ;-)
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Basically your options are $550 for that exact identical slider in a lighter material but still very heavy duty, or $800 for the ultra heavy duty version. You can adjust those prices by dropping options such as Powdercoat, and top traction plate at $75 ea
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They look great....looking for matte black rails and these look fantastic. When do I pick them up? Why not build them to mount like the stock ones?

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Thanks, and you can pick them up anytime! Lead time is pretty quick though, around a week + powdercoat in most cases. Also, the cheaper of the two options uses the oem running board mounts so if thats what your looking for you're set!
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Has anyone else installed these on their truck? How do you like them? Pictures?
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