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P&P Xterra (2005-2015) Rock Sliders, Level II

P&P Xterra (2005-2015) Rock Sliders, Level II

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On sale $548.62
Retail Price:$577.50
Your Savings:$28.88(5%)
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Part Number:PP-X2SLDR

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Dimple Step Plate

Level II sliders include full rocker Rub Rails and rocker wrap tube.

Every set uses 3/8" steel plate flanges, gusseted support tubes, 2" x 2" 3/16" wall square tube rub rails and 1.75" .120 wall DOM tubing.

P&P Engineering sliders for the second gen Xterra use a unique mounting system consisting of a thick wall high strength steel alloy sleeve around grade 8 hardware through existing holes in the vehicle frame.  These sliders require no modification of the vehicle. All our rock sliders bolt on, using the OEM holes in the frame rails. They do not require any welding or drilling.  

The sliders will come in unfinished steel. We recommend a finish of spray on bedliner prior to installation. If we powdercoated these you would rub it off and have to paint over it down the line anyway. We pass the savings on to you. We do have finishing options available at an additional cost if you would like them to arrived finished and ready to bolt on. Bedliner or powder coating is available.

 

MADE IN USA


Please Allow 4-6 weeks before shipping!!

 

Grade 8 or better mounting hardware included.

Sliders are drilled for Second Generation Xterra's with standard mounting or a 2" body lift. Sliders Fit Second Gen model year. (2005,2006,2007,2008,2009,2010,2011,2012,2013,2014)

4 Stars
does it's job
These sliders are built wonderful and have beautiful welds, and are tucked close to the body to provide good ground clearance. As well as being able to use them as a step they make me feel comfortable trying a more challenging line that I would have passed up otherwise. Now to the cons, as I said before they are close to the body, when the full weight of the vehicle is on the slider they flex and contact the pinch weld on the rocker, they are absolutely not the strongest option for bouncing off rocks but if you want the extra peace of mind and avoid having to drill or weld onto your frame these are the best option.
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Reviewed by:  from Broomfeild. on 9/26/2019
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