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Icon10 Sliders finally on!!

After a week of staring at Zabeard's sliders in my basement, I went to a local truck shop had them rhino line it and weld them on... I must say it looks kick $ss! Tell me what you guys think.

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looks great man!
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Look nifty

now get out there and use them
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beard does some great work
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The rhino lining looks great on there. How much did they charge you to spray them?

All these slider threads are making me want to get mine on.
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those look sweet! nice truck...
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they charged me 150 for the spray and 100 to install
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I want to see some sliding!
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sweet! they did a nice job spraying those! i like it.
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There is pimp and then there is PIMP. They look great. I think when i order mine i will get them done like that too.
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They look nice. Now we need some pics of them being used. LOL
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yeah i really like em... a big thanks to Zabeard!!! There will be pics after this upcoming weekend im heading to Rausch Creek Offroad park so we'll see what happens.
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Looks good.

LIFT IT!
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Looks good.

LIFT IT!
That may be coming during the summer... gotta check the upcoming funds
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The rhino lining looks great on there. How much did they charge you to spray them?

All these slider threads are making me want to get mine on.
stop talkin and do it
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looks good man! looks better than mine!
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They look good. I love mine. Great spot for a lifting point with the hi-lift.
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They look good, but they seem out of place on a virtually stock truck. I mean no offense or anything.
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They look good, but they seem out of place on a virtually stock truck. I mean no offense or anything.
feel the same way, which means its time for a lift and tires!
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that look great man.. i like the rhino line idea.
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you need a lift and wheels and tires to make it look better but beard does do good work
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They look good, but they seem out of place on a virtually stock truck. I mean no offense or anything.

Rangers are badass in stock form!


Lifts are cool, and so are mud tires, but there is nothing wrong with a stock 4x4 Ranger. I don't understand why a 2wd would want rock sliders, but they do (another member). I understand they create more jack points, but the stock tow hooks worked great for me back when I had them.
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I'm getting a fever and the only prescription

is some SLIDERS!

really all these slider threads are getting to me.
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i kno guys like i said hopfully i'll be gettin a lift sometime soon...
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Rangers are badass in stock form!


Lifts are cool, and so are mud tires, but there is nothing wrong with a stock 4x4 Ranger. I don't understand why a 2wd would want rock sliders, but they do (another member). I understand they create more jack points, but the stock tow hooks worked great for me back when I had them.
Not all 2wd Rangers get driven or treated like 2wd Rangers.
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They came out good. Gives me an idea what they would look like on my truck.
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