The Rock Sliders with Kickout are the perfect side protection solution for the customer who wants to get after it on the trail without sacrificing their OE footprint. The sliders have an integrated rear kick out to push the truck bed away from obstacles when contact is made, helping to protect your rig. Not only do the sliders provide a sleek design that flows with the OE body lines and increases protection but also provides a secure mounting position for rock lights to help navigate the trails in low light conditions. Each slider comes fully powder coated to be trail ready out of the box.
These are great sliders, I was very impressed with the ease of install. I did the first one alone and it went fine. Instructions were good but not great but if you are installing yourself, you should be mechanically savvy and should be able to do without. First trip out, I had to use one to pivot my truck and they held up extremely well!
Install took me a couple hours by myself switch a jack and some jack stands. The directions were pretty easy to follow. I like the look of these vs most of the others on the market.
from Sevierville, TN
4.0So far, so good
Seem to be built well and feel solid. We’ll see how they holds up on the trail. I gave the sliders 4 stars because the installation instructions were a bit hard to follow. Overall, very happy with them so far.
from Albuquerque NM
bought this for my 2019 tacoma and couldnt be happier! didnt take long to install and was surprised on how slick it looks on the truck. very low profile!
By Ty the Tacoma Guy
from greenville SC
Product was very easy to install. Install time with 2nd person was about 2hrs. Welds were very clean. Top plate is very strong and doubles as a side step to get into the truck. Color matches very well with Cement Tacoma.
from Portland, OR
4.0Nice looking, packaged well, heavy duty feel
I bought these at the Ontario Show for my 18 Tacoma. Installed myself using some jack stands, floor jack and my rolling chair. Much easier if you have two people. Designed to bolt right up unless you add the two bolts to the frame to make it HD as it says in there install. You have to drill for those. Driver side there is a bracket that you replace to give you bigger studs. Those holes did not align super well; had to do some clearancing. The directions were missing a step about having to unclip the big wire loom at the front of the cab before mounting. The mounts in the frame have T handles on them to use to adjust easier for alignment with bolting. You will probably want a pair of vise grip plier for the front one inside the frame to hold it. Just was not quite long enough to hold and see what you are doing. The passenger side was easier. Missing a step in the directions for one of the brackets that gives you a stud for bolting through an existing hole in the frame at mid cab. Other wise I would say you will need a floor jack to manipulate the slider for hole alignment.