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    Frame Mount Destroyer Sliders

    Greetings fellow Jeepers!

    We are kicking off the new summer season with an upcoming release of our new FRAME-MOUNTED, 100% bolt-on JL Destroyer series sliders. Back and revised by popular demand, these offer the same great look with an EVEN easier, yet stronger mounting system! We will also be releasing these for the JK Wrangler, later this year.

    This design has been around for several years, and has even been copied (unsuccessfully) by some competitors, but this revision is brand new and boasts some great features, for the proven reliability and authenticity you have come to expect from LoD products!

    Carefully designed and styled to match Jeeps OEM slider appearance, they provide dual functionality, in order to provide customers with a better and more diverse user experience:

    - These rock rails offer solid protection for the rocker panels of your new Jeep from damage of all sorts, like debris kicked up from the trail, or maybe a blunder on an obstacle that sends you slipping in an unforeseen direction.

    - But, aside from protecting you, these are also meant to help! They provide an enhanced-access step into the Jeep for those who are smaller in stature, or if the vehicle is lifted and you simply need an extra step on your way up.

    Constructed from 10 gauge high-strength steel, with 3/16" and 1/4 steel plate used in conjuction to create the mounts, in order to maximize strength while keeping weight as low as possible.

    Check our website in the near future, for photos and availability, as well and remember:

    It is better to fail at originality, than to succeed in imitation.

    *Due to the variable and unforeseeable nature of off-roading, we cannot always guarantee 100% damage protection, but these will protect from the majority of side impacts, within reason (if you are t-boned by a juggernaut, we may not be able to save you)*

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    Fucking hell. Those look great. I'm having a hard time not buying my next Jeep before my wallet can handle it, just so I can get great products like this. Good trail protection and some help for my clumsy wife. I'll definitely be buying a set in the future.... you're going to have them for 2drs as well, I hope?

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    Yes, we should be releasing a 2-door set sometime this year also. Hopefully before you get a new Jeep, so we can tempt you

    Quote Originally Posted by Jeepers Creeper View Post
    Fucking hell. Those look great. I'm having a hard time not buying my next Jeep before my wallet can handle it, just so I can get great products like this. Good trail protection and some help for my clumsy wife. I'll definitely be buying a set in the future.... you're going to have them for 2drs as well, I hope?

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    These look fantastic. Powder coated black an option?


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    Very nice, really like them. I wish more manufacturers would use line-x instead of powdercoating though, just so much more durable.

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    Yes of course, black powdercoated will be the standard option, as always.

    Quote Originally Posted by YAHAHA View Post
    These look fantastic. Powder coated black an option?


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    You can always get them bare steel and have them coated locally with your coating of choice!

    Quote Originally Posted by NFRs2000NYC View Post
    Very nice, really like them. I wish more manufacturers would use line-x instead of powdercoating though, just so much more durable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NFRs2000NYC View Post
    Very nice, really like them. I wish more manufacturers would use line-x instead of powdercoating though, just so much more durable.
    I had some old sliders, front bumpers, and rear bumper line-x'd and they did not hold up for me at all. The sliders ripped after a few weeks of rocks, ripped the rear line-x on a rock ledge; same with the front. Now my hard top lasted great against trees and such being line-x'd. I would do that again for sure.


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    For the same money, linex is superior to powder coating IMHO.

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    Those look good!


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