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    Nothing but a Thing RockinAZJK's Avatar
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    LOD sliders install??

    My ol man finally decided he needed sliders so I sold him on the LOD's. Got them this past week and opened the box yesterday. Didn't have any instructions or packing list. Is there supposed to be anything of the sort or not?


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    I used the write-up by Eddie in the Project-JK tab - very thorough as usual


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    The same write-up is on the LOD website.

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    We used the OEM bolts on the jeep and then welded the rest of the feet.
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    I welded mine on as well. IMG_6635.jpgIMG_6528.jpg


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    Quote Originally Posted by WJCO View Post
    We used the OEM bolts on the jeep and then welded the rest of the feet.
    I did this same thing, that thing is not going anywhere.

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    Oh my! Haha you guys are hardcore! But that should be a solid, life-time set of sliders now haha. If you scratch them and ever feel they need a touchup, you can always use some Rustoleum truck bed liner, as it blends well with the powdercoat.

    Also, all of our instructions are online, on our website, if you are ever missing or lose the paper instructions!

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    I welded mine on as well. IMG_6635.jpgIMG_6528.jpg


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    Quote Originally Posted by jorgelrod View Post
    I did this same thing, that thing is not going anywhere.

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    There is supposed to be a packing list and a set of instructions on there. Not exactly sure what happened over at shipping that you didn't get them But you can see copies of the instructions on our website at www.lodoffroad.com

    Quote Originally Posted by RockinAZJK View Post
    My ol man finally decided he needed sliders so I sold him on the LOD's. Got them this past week and opened the box yesterday. Didn't have any instructions or packing list. Is there supposed to be anything of the sort or not?


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    Quote Originally Posted by highoctane View Post
    I welded mine on as well. IMG_6635.jpgIMG_6528.jpg


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    Man those look good without the inserts. I should weld mine on. Some of my bolts have came looks and the taps are messed up.


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