Slider Support Legs

ThompsonXterra Feb 24, 2016

  1. ThompsonXterra

    ThompsonXterra First Fill-Up (of many)

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    2004 Xterra SE no BL

    Based off of my research, what specifics I want on my sliders, etc. P&Pengineering seems to offer the best price with their level 2 sliders (compared to Shrockworks, White Knuckle, and 4x4parts which also sells Shrock).

    Couple questions:

    For those that have/had P&Pengineering level 2 (or any level) sliders, were they good quality? Good protection, strength, easy install, fast shipping, etc.?

    Lastly, as the title states, how many support legs do I need? P&P offers either 2 or 3, while Shrock offer 1 or 2 tube supports (same thing?). Obviously more is better, but how many do I need? If I come down hard on a rock will 2 supports hold up no problem? Or should I spend the extra $$ and get 3?

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    Last edited: Feb 24, 2016
  2. cpalka9

    cpalka9 Bought an X

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    The shrock sliders tube supports refers to supports coming from the main slider sections to the outer tubing. While I believe the p&p support legs refer to the supports coming from the slider to the frame of the vehicle.

    I cannot attest to the strength of either one though
     
  3. ThompsonXterra

    ThompsonXterra First Fill-Up (of many)

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    Thank you for clarifying, that's what I was guessing but wasn't sure.

    Does anyone know how many support legs Shrock uses? Whatever is it must come standard and cannot be changed (without custom ordering).
     
  4. ellisfamilyokc

    ellisfamilyokc First Fill-Up (of many)

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    I have P&P level 3 with all 3 supports. I don't think twice about using my jack on them. I am sure thy are at least as tough as the frame.


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  5. ThompsonXterra

    ThompsonXterra First Fill-Up (of many)

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    Thanks for the info! That's one vote for 3 supports lol is the only difference between the L2 and L3 P&P sliders the "step" for the rear?
     
  6. ellisfamilyokc

    ellisfamilyokc First Fill-Up (of many)

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    Yes. I also got the step plates.


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