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4x Innovations Rock Sliders
come in a variety of lengths as well as custom lengths at no extra charge! Your slider can be built from 1.75x.120 HREW or 1.75x.120 DOM tubing, to fit your budget and wheeling style. Just cruising around in the woods, and muddy trails and want a little protection/step, go for the HREW. Romping in the boulders, dropping off ledges, and hammering on your rig, go for the DOM. If you are really hard core we'll even make them from heavy wall tubing, just pay for the additional materials cost. And of course as always these slider kits come with frame fish (scab) plates, and gussets to fully support your entire slider and truck frame the way it should be, and we don't charge any extra for the added parts!

Available sliders: Length / Yr / Model / Material / Price

  1. Use Use coupon code pirate5 for 5% off
  2. 60" 84-95 Std. Pick Up + 84-89 4 Runner HREW $199 - less discount -> $189.05
  3. 60" 84-95 Std. Pick Up + 84-89 4 Runner DOM $249 - less discount -> $236.55
  4. 66" 90-14 4 Runner HREW $204 - less discount -> $193.80
  5. 66" 90-14 4 Runner DOM $254 - less discount -> $241.30
  6. 68" 84-88 Excab Pick Up HREW $204 - less discount -> $193.80
  7. 68" 84-88 Excab Pick Up DOM $254 - less discount -> $241.30
  8. 80" 89-95 Excab Pick Up HREW $220 - less discount -> $209
  9. 80" 89-95 Excab Pick Up DOM $270 - less discount -> $256.50
  10. 60" 95-04 runner/std. Tacoma HREW $199 - less discount -> $189
  11. 60" 95-04 runner/std. Tacoma DOM $249 - less discount -> $236.55
  12. 80" 95-04 Excab Tacoma HREW $220 - less discount -> $209
  13. 80" 95-04 Excab Tacoma DOM $270 - less discount -> $256.50
  14. 05+ Regular Cab Tacoma HREW $204 - less discount -> $193.80
  15. 05+ Regular Cab Tacoma DOM $254 - less discount -> $241.30
  16. 05+ Access Cab Tacoma HREW $225 - less discount -> $213.75
  17. 05+ Access Cab Tacoma DOM $275 - less discount -> $261.25
  18. 05+ Dbl Cab Srt Bed Tacoma HREW $225 - less discount -> $213.75
  19. 05+ Dbl Cab Srt Bed Tacoma DOM $275 - less discount -> $261.25
  20. 05+ Dbl Cab Long Bed Tacoma DOM $296 - less discount -> $281.20
  21. NEW Upgrade any DOM slider set to a 2 inch square main tube for just $39!
  22. Non kickout sliders add $20 extra


Contact us via phone or email anytime.

You may be looking at the list and asking what the difference between the HREW tubing and DOM tubing is. Here's some info for you to consider.

The HREW stands for Hot Rolled Electric Welded. This tube starts as a strip of flat plate that is heated, rolled, and welded into a tube shape. The shape of the tube is determined by the rollers that roll it and no second operations are performed. It is also typically rolled from a softer steel.
The DOM stands for Drawn over Mandrel. First off, DOM IS still welded seam tubing, just because you can't see the weld seam doesn't mean it isn't there. The only tube that is seamless is actually called Seamless Tubing. Seamless is VERY expensive and mostly only stainless steel or large tube sizes. Don't let others fool you about that. DOM starts its life as either HREW or CREW (Cold Rolled), depending on who is rolling it, that has been rolled oversize. That oversize tube is then sent through a die and mandrel that shape the tube into its final size. This process is done cold which work hardens the steel, making it significantly stronger. The process of resizing and cold working the tube gives a more uniform shape and size and smoothes the weld seam. The DOM we use is also made from a higher grade steel that is stronger to start with. Over all the DOM is going to be around 30% stronger than the HREW tube.
DOM is significantly more dent resistant and is strongly recommended as the material of choice for heavier trucks such as the Tacoma. It is also strongly recommended as the material of choice for any roll cage. The drawback is that it has a higher cost than the HREW tubing.


As always we can build any style of slider you'd like also! We've built lots of custom sliders for very happy customers. Anything from an FJ40, FJ80, and even a Blazer are running custom sliders! We are here to build parts for YOUR truck, not ours, and we want you to love what you get! If you've got an idea for a different design, send it over. You will love our quality and price!
 

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Will you be making any more FJ40 sliders? My brother might need a set.
 

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4x Innovations is proud to introduce Bolt on FJ80 Rock Sliders! These rock sliders have been precision engineered to provide excellent protection while remaining as light weight as possible.

From the ground up these sliders are built with your truck in mind. All plate hardware is made from high grade high carbon steel which makes it strong while remaining lighter than metal alloys of similar strength. Added to this high grade mounting steel is 1.75” OD, 1/8” wall DOM tubing to form the main slider body. Or you can upgrade to 3/16” wall tubing if you plan to really hammer on them.

Ease of instillation and long life were of top priority when designing the mounting system. On the driver’s side, to eliminate the common “Rock Anchor” affect the front and middle mounting points are formed U brackets that cup over the bottom of the frame. Two bolts clamp shut at the top, thus securely holding on the sides of the frame. The rear mount locates behind the lower control arm mount keeping it out of harms way. On the passenger side, the cat skid bolts to 4 existing holes in the frame where factory captive nuts are already present. The middle and rear mounting points are the same as on the driver’s side. A great feature of the U bracket is that it does not cause a high stress point load that tries to crush your frame. Yet another feature is ease of instillation as the U bracket alone helps hold the sliders up during instillation. Slip a single bolt in the middle mount just in case and the slider now holds itself while you line it up just right.

Your rocker panel isn’t the only thing that is protected either! While designing a mounting system we didn’t feel right about leaving your poor, helpless (and not to mention expensive) catalytic converters hanging out there like a pair of droopy balls just waiting to get kicked. So after many hours of CAD work a trick, stout skid plate was designed to keep you covered. This skid acts as both catalytic protection and the slider mount on the front passenger side.


Available for 95-97 FJ80s and Lexus 450s for $550.00 +shipping
Or get 3/16” wall tubing for $675.00 +shipping





To order please contact us or visit this page of our website.

Thank you!
 

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I have an Fj55 that i want to replace the entire rocker panel area with a rock slider. I have seen it done , but didnt know if you guys build them? I also want them for the 1/4 panels to tie in with a rear bumper.
 

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Humm, that sounds like a good project, however it is not something I've done here at the shop. Building you a set of sliders is no problem, building you a set that will replace the sheet metal for your rocker, with out having the truck here is a different story. I wish you were closer.
 

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yeah there arent that many people down here that even know what the truck is so as you can imagine noone here really works on them...
 

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Yep here's a couple more. These are mounted how this particular customer wanted them. There is nothing saying you couldn't mount them however you'd like.

These are a great example of a custom set of sliders. This customer is from Florida and called with the length of the slider, and the length of the legs (two very easy dimensions to measure) and we shipped him out these weld on sliders. He is very happy with them and I think they came out GREAT!
 

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Shipping?

85 Ex Cab Toy..... DOM sliders wanted... How much OTD to 90713? Thanks!
 

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Think you could make some 4-legged FJ80 sliders, no cat protection. This is for an FJ(not FZJ)80 but it has custom exhaust so no need for that goofy junk to hang down.
 
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