P&P Engineering 2nd Gen Rock Sliders - Mounting Points

P&P Oct 21, 2014

  1. P&P

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    I've seen some discussion about mounting points of sliders on 2nd gen trucks. There are a few different methods from various companies and this is ours. We go a step farther than just shoving a bolt into the through holes. For the front and middle mounts we use a high strength steel pin to sleeve the frame. The pin is thicker than the DOM tubing used for the top rails and it is welded to our backing plate.

    We then use a 5/8" grade 8 bolt to make the connection.

    Our rear mounts utilize 2 factory threaded holes in the frame. For us this is a very solid connection process.

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  2. Trexterra

    Trexterra Wheeling Founding Member

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    Pics mounted? Not trolling but this doesn't make sense how it's mounted to me.


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  3. drbandkgb

    drbandkgb Titan Swapped / SAS'd Founding Member

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    They run these through a hole in the frame.
     
  4. P&P

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    There are 2 slotted holes in the frame. The same ones most people use to mount to. Difference Being we just sleeve the hole in the frame with the thick pin.

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  5. Frogstar7055

    Frogstar7055 Wheeling

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    ^^^ That is the right way to do that.
     
  6. Timrich

    Timrich Super Duper Moderator Founding Member

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