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Old 05-13-2018, 12:27 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Rock slider for f250

Hi. I have a 2915 F250 that i take off road every chance i get. I have step boards that have seen too many rocks and breakovers. I have a local lead on making a set of rock sliders from scratch. My desire is that the be durable enough to be used as a jackpint fir a high lift jack. Anyone on this site have a commercial version of this? Thought i would poll the site before committing the time and money.

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Old 05-13-2018, 12:29 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Hi. I have a 2915 F250 that i take off road every chance i get. I have step boards that have seen too many rocks and breakovers. I have a local lead on making a set of rock sliders from scratch. My desire is that the be durable enough to be used as a jackpint fir a high lift jack. Anyone on this site have a commercial version of this? Thought i would poll the site before committing the time and money.

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I have a super duty crew cab as well. Its my daily toy rig driver and 4x4 toy. i build custom off road steel for a living and i have not found any commercially available "rock sliders" that will work. Mine are 2" round 1/4" wall with 1.5" steps also 1/4" wall they do not bend, dent or deflect at all. I can jack the whole side of the truck up with no problems at all. they run fender to fender. they go back to the frame 5 times at all different angles with 4" plates welded to the frame first.
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Thanks for the input! This is important to me. Gonna get started on this soon.
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I have a super duty crew cab as well. Its my daily toy rig driver and 4x4 toy. i build custom off road steel for a living and i have not found any commercially available "rock sliders" that will work. Mine are 2" round 1/4" wall with 1.5" steps also 1/4" wall they do not bend, dent or deflect at all. I can jack the whole side of the truck up with no problems at all. they run fender to fender. they go back to the frame 5 times at all different angles with 4" plates welded to the frame first.
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I have a super duty crew cab as well. Its my daily toy rig driver and 4x4 toy. i build custom off road steel for a living and i have not found any commercially available "rock sliders" that will work. Mine are 2" round 1/4" wall with 1.5" steps also 1/4" wall they do not bend, dent or deflect at all. I can jack the whole side of the truck up with no problems at all. they run fender to fender. they go back to the frame 5 times at all different angles with 4" plates welded to the frame first.



nice! have any pics of that setup?


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how the fuck is this thread still in the rock bouncer section and not moved to newbie or ford?
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how the fuck is this thread still in the rock bouncer section and not moved to newbie or ford?
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how the fuck is this thread still in the rock bouncer section and not moved to newbie or ford?
Brah, who better to ask about sliding over rocks than the guys bouncing up them?
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Your local fab shop can build some for you.
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check out www.welderd.com

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