LOD Rock Sliders Input

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I am considering the LOD sliders and had two questions to throw out for input.
I am wondering if anyone has played with having these coated with a bedliner material (like the Roam).
Second question, has anyone installed some small LEDs to light up when the door is open?

I know you can get the Roam with both of these options but it seems like the LOD is a touch better quality (open to hearing any input on that also).





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Can’t answer directly. I went with the aires actiontrac, that also has an led, and then tied in to those when adding more lights.

fyi welcome to the party. I am towing mine behind the outlaw. You doing the same.
 
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Heya Terminex! So far ( we have had the Outlaw 8 years) we haven't towed behind it, just used the motorcycles for transportation when we arrive everywhere. This new Jeep might make us change our minds at some point :D .
 

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I have to since all the bike in my garage are race bikes. (nothing street legal)

If you have any questions on setup, let me know, least I can do to pay back for all the help you have given everyone on the outlaw thread.
 

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