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Thread: LoD Destroyer Sliders

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    These look awesome, have to have steps for the wife, but I want sliders................looks like we have a compromise coming soon!

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    I like they will provide some good protection to the side of the Jeep (door hinges), a good step for everyone including kids, protect the rockers from shoes/boots hitting them, good job concealing the pinch seam and functions as a slider.


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    Those look super clean, great job !


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    Nice, can't wait for the release

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    I just picked up my 2017 Wrangler unlimited a few weeks ago and this will be my first real upgrade for it.

    I emailed LOD sales and they said it should be available in a couple of weeks.
    It's between this or Metal Cloak flip step, I was uneasy about the MC Flip step only bolting to the pinch seams so this is definitely #1 on my list if It actually is available soon.

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    So any word on pricing yet??

    Are they mounting to the body mounts or bolted up against the frame?
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    Quote Originally Posted by NotInStock View Post
    So any word on pricing yet??

    Are they mounting to the body mounts or bolted up against the frame?
    Looks like body mounts as well as pinch seam mounting. The instructions are posted on their website. I'm still looking forward to pricing and availability too....

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    I'm interested in these but I wonder if they are compatible with my EVO long arm lift? I also like the look of the EVO sliders but I'm not that crazy about needing to weld them or getting them powder coated locally.


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    Quote Originally Posted by nmwranglerx View Post
    I'm interested in these but I wonder if they are compatible with my EVO long arm lift? I also like the look of the EVO sliders but I'm not that crazy about needing to weld them or getting them powder coated locally.


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    The fact that the EVO ones weld on make them much stronger than ones that bolt on. If you don't want the powdercoat, just spray paint them (that's what did).

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