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    Knows a Thing or Two RMC2's Avatar
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    Bump for updates on frame mounted sliders.
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    Same. Any information would be nice.

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    I am curious if these are right for me. As far as style goes, the DV8 tubular are something I am looking for. But they are not wide enough to use it as a step, for example for washing the windshield properly.
    Waiting for info

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    No updates on the weld-on sliders yet.

    However, Id recommend calling in and speaking with engineering. I'm 100% sure they do not look at forums.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrGiant View Post
    I am curious if these are right for me. As far as style goes, the DV8 tubular are something I am looking for. But they are not wide enough to use it as a step, for example for washing the windshield properly.
    Waiting for info
    I would recommend the EVO-3037 with Rockskin Panels or EVO-3035 without Rockskin Panels for an actual step-on rocker.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kingsize View Post
    I would recommend the EVO-3037 with Rockskin Panels or EVO-3035 without Rockskin Panels for an actual step-on rocker.
    Again, how far out are the weld ons?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingsize View Post
    I would recommend the EVO-3037 with Rockskin Panels or EVO-3035 without Rockskin Panels for an actual step-on rocker.
    Are these good for rock crawling?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deezus View Post
    Again, how far out are the weld ons?

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    See post #24
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deezus View Post
    Are these good for rock crawling?
    I would not recommend a body mounted rocker for heavy rock crawling.
    Last edited by kingsize; 03-01-2019 at 01:38 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kingsize View Post
    See post #24
    I thought you were the guy?

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