LOD Offroad Signature Series Rock Sliders!

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Should LOD Offroad produce their Signature Series Rock Sliders for the Gladiator?

Poll closed Feb 14, 2020.
  1. Yes - Take my money!

    72.7%
  2. Maybe

    18.2%
  3. Not really interested

    9.1%
  1. Lod Offroad

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    We are getting a pretty strong calling to bring our Signature Series Rock Sliders to the Gladiator market! These sliders which debuted for Jeep Wrangler JK and are now available for the JL, are all steel and frame mounted for superior strength and include an integrated step for easy entry! Let us know what you think!
     
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    For now I put down as maybe. I'm waiting to see the aluminum ones, most likely the route I'll go, but definitely like to see more options.
     
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    I read that your upcoming Armor Lite steps will have an optional rock slider attachment. Appreciate it if you would post pictures of that. And when do those steps come out?
     
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    I like them! They are the best looking rail out there. Hope you produce them.
     
  5. WhatExit?

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    Yes! Do it (already)! I've been pinging you guys asking you to make these for the Gladiator for a long time!

    Make it happen. Please

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    ok we'll do it. :clap:
     
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    Great. Now when you can get a set to Northridge 4X4 in Ponoka Alberta I’ll be all set.
     
  8. WhatExit?

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    Great! Just make sure you don't use any of the Rivnuts :angry: Nutserts :stop: and tapping :no:

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    I agree no Rivnuts. Oh yeah I want them sliders too.

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    well in that case forget it! ;)
     
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    As long as you don't delay production/availability of the Armor Lite sliders, go ahead and make them. There should be options available for every taste. I prefer the look/design of the aluminum ones or the Destroyer Series myself.
     
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    You know why I said that (no rivnuts/nutserts and tapping) :like: no additional commentary needed :sun:
     
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    now i'm curious. I just had to put these in for the metal cloak fenders....they're not so bad.
     
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    Yeah, compared to using a hi-lift jack to change a tire, "they're not so bad." :bandit:

    The only good place for rivnuts/nutserts is... :idea: in a hardware store
     
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    2nd that, why the opposition to Rivnuts?

    Please elaborate. The installation of Nemesis Industries aluminum fender flares and tub (body) armor on my former 2014 JKUR required their use. Had no problems whatsoever with them. Sure, it's an extra step that requires patience/skill to get it done right, and if I didn't have to do it I wouldn't. But I also would not pass on a product I really wanted based on rvnuts alone.
     
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