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CT99XJ

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Just finished installing my Detours Offroad weld-on rock sliders, picked them up for $175 which is a screaming deal for Detours sliders. They don't make them aymore, and when they were new they usually went for close to $400.

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Those look good CT99XJ.

I am still running the OEM ones and my drivers side one is bent.

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Nice custom work you did there Rob. Like I said before on the other site, nice work!!!
 

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Thanks! Tested them a few days ago by using them as a pivot point, worked great. scratched some gloss black paint off, but meh. They did what they're welded on to do.
 

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Nice, what kind of terrain you got up there in the Cut?

Some good wooded rocky trails, nothing real serious except for one that a local guy who tried to build a KOH buggy a few years back cut and groomed to simulate a KOH-style rock garden. I tried getting partway through it, but said eff that.
 

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That seems like alot of money for some rectangle tube. They fit the look of the truck though..
 

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Looks good. The JCR ultimate sliders is strongly built also, though a bit pricey.
 

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