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WTB: Rocky Road H3 Sliders

08H3

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United States
Just like the title states; looking for a set of Rocky Road Sliders. Would also consider OEM sliders with assist step. Thanks in advance.
 

08H3

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United States
Are they actually a true slider? Some of the reviews I read said they look cool, but aren't really durable enough to be used in the same way as the RR or OEM. I'd definitely consider them though if anyone has any real world input. I've never seen them in person, so I don't know enough to really form an opinion on them, I guess. They are a lot cheaper for sure.
 

SlcHummer

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Salt Lake City, UT
Here are my Nfab "rock sliders" after actually using them the first time. They worked at least one time so I'll give them credit for that, but I definitely want to replace these in the near future with something more durable.

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alrock

El Diablo
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Scottsdale
I was trying to find my original invoice for the RR slider, to no avail. Wow, they start at $750 now! I thought I paid $350 t0 $450, though I can't recall exactly. However, that was 2007 or 08 and steel has gone up a wee bit, right?
 

Geoanimal

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Huntsville, al
I final got my RR sliders with the kicker for my H3T and I am very happy with the quality so far haven’t had the chance to break them in yet but I do look forward to it.
They do have a heck of a wait time but I think it was well worth both money and time.
 

4speedfunk

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Tardville
Damn shame the GM units are all gone.

One thing I suggest, is to measure the length you need and shop around for mass-produced sliders to fit a JK, JL, FJ-Cruiser, Tacoma, etc. You might find something close to the right length. You can then chop them down and adapt them to fit the H3. This might be easier (cheaper) than starting from scratch. Plus you have total control of how tight they fit against the body (lots of opinions on that topic).

Also, several off-road fab companies offer universal “you weld it” kits that include all the stuff you need (tubes, brackets, etc.). These are usually quite expensive but, they will be super strong and last longer than anything else you can fine.
 

MilamJR

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Alabama
I tried to order some RR sliders for my H2 before going to Moab about 4 years ago but it was going to be a several months wait and I was not going to get them prior to going so I had a local fab shop build some which turned out better for me because I can add or delete N Fab steps for my mother.

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