LoD rock sliders - installed!
Finally got my sliders installed after a few hiccups this weekend. With that behind me, I can say I think they're awesome. The wife loves that they have a step, so she can finally get in the Jeep rather than climbing in. If anyone is looking at these, I'm happy to answer any questions. Before and after pictures attached.
Originally Posted by mrwhipple View Post
Getting ready for the install was really time consuming, but that is partly my fault. I did have one issue with the LoD product. On both sides of the Jeep, the sliders use the transmission skid plate mounting holes and bolts. The problem is that I have a manual transmission, so no stock bolts. No idea why LoD wouldn't provide those two bolts. It took half a day to figure out what size I needed and then another half day to find them. The bolts are an odd size and not stocked anywhere (Jeep uses a non-standard thread pitch). A thanks goes out to my local Ace Hardware for having them!
I'm impressed with how solid they are. I have no doubt they will take anything I throw at them.
Nice looking and look very functional...go put some rock rash on them....lol
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Nice! Looks good on there. So, what is next on the lineup?
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Originally Posted by KrawlOff-Road View Post
I'll definitely be in touch with you on everything!
Originally Posted by takeitsleazy View Post
Originally Posted by MurphsRig007
The bolts that hold your t case and gas tank skids are the same, so you can pull one to compare.
Last bit of advice. There is a drill and tap set made by Kawasaki I think (LoD pictures it in their instructions). Guys had problems with it as the drill bit was too large. I found that kit and the bit size was literally the wrong size for the tap.
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