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Is there anyone here running TNT Custom Sliders? They check all my boxes but wanted to see if anyone has real world experience.

https://www.tntcustoms.com/jeep_par..._series_2018_present_jeep_wrangler_jlu_4_door
That's pretty steep, having to also have them powder coated. Total cost puts them right up there with the LOD aluminum Destroyers.

Have you looked at the LOD Signatures? Closer in design to what you linked.

https://www.northridge4x4.com/part/...od-signature-series-frame-mounted-rocksliders
 
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That's pretty steep, having to also have them powder coated. Total cost puts them right up there with the LOD aluminum Destroyers.

Have you looked at the LOD Signatures? Closer in design to what you linked.

https://www.northridge4x4.com/part/...od-signature-series-frame-mounted-rocksliders
The LOD Signature sliders have been at the top of my list for awhile now. I've got the hookup on powder coating so that's not a concern. Really just looking for feedback on real world experience and more pictures. I like how the TNT sliders extend a little further front and back than the LOD Signature.
 

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The LOD Signature sliders have been at the top of my list for awhile now. I've got the hookup on powder coating so that's not a concern. Really just looking for feedback on real world experience and more pictures. I like how the TNT sliders extend a little further front and back than the LOD Signature.
Yeah, they purposely cut them a bit short to not interfere with tires bigger than 37s.
 

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The LOD Signature sliders have been at the top of my list for awhile now. I've got the hookup on powder coating so that's not a concern. Really just looking for feedback on real world experience and more pictures. I like how the TNT sliders extend a little further front and back than the LOD Signature.
If you're looking for sliders which extend farther to cover the pinch seams, the Rock Hard 4x4 Patriot series cover all of the front and rear pinch seams. Plus, they come powder coated and cheaper than the TNT and LOD.

The only downside to Rock Hard sliders, is the removal of all of the body bolts, though they do include new bolts. But the sliders are very strong and would have no problem supporting the weight of the Jeep on a rock.
 
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If you're looking for sliders which extend farther to cover the pinch seams, the Rock Hard 4x4 Patriot series cover all of the front and rear pinch seams. Plus, they come powder coated and cheaper than the TNT and LOD.

The only downside to Rock Hard sliders, is the removal of all of the body bolts, though they do include new bolts. But the sliders are very strong and would have no problem supporting the weight of the Jeep on a rock.
The Rockhard4x4 sliders bolt to the body and the body bolts. Not a deisgn feature I like.
 
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I've looked at just about every slider there is from every manufacturer out there. There are things I like and dislike about each one available on the market today. However the LOD Signature Series Sliders have been at the top of my list since day one. I've held off buying new sliders hoping someone else will come along and have something new to offer.
 

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I've had several items from TnT before. I've not used these but they make solid stuff for sure.
 

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I've looked at just about every slider there is from every manufacturer out there. There are things I like and dislike about each one available on the market today. However the LOD Signature Series Sliders have been at the top of my list since day one. I've held off buying new sliders hoping someone else will come along and have something new to offer.
I like my LOD. Pivoted around a rock on them today. Love that they are frame mounted and not just body bolts and body bolt brackets.
Icon has weld on frame ones out now that look good
https://www.iconvehicledynamics.com...up-jeep-jl-4dr-comp-series-frame-mnt-sliders/
 

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I had this same set on my 2door JKR and they were top notch quality. I plan to buy them again for my JLR
 
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I had this same set on my 2door JKR and they were top notch quality. I plan to buy them again for my JLR
Hurry up and buy them so I can see! Lol There's not a lot of good pictures of them installed. I'm interested to see how well they hide the pinch seam.
 

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Take a look at the sliders from Shrockworks and VKS Fab - they both make bombproof sliders that bolt to the frame. I'm debating on a set from either of those companies myself to replace my Roam step sliders.
 
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Take a look at the sliders from Shrockworks and VKS Fab - they both make bombproof sliders that bolt to the frame. I'm debating on a set from either of those companies myself to replace my Roam step sliders.
I've seen the VKS but not a fan of the look on their frame mounted version. I like the body mounted ones but not the fact that they're body mounted.

I forgot all about Shrockworks. I almost bought their sliders for my Frontier years ago but ended up trading it in for a fullsize. Would definitely like more pictures of their Jeep sliders.
 
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Well the TNT sliders just had a price increase. Almost a $1000 now. So I guess I'll be removing them from my list.
 

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