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P&P Engineering - new rock sliders

Just got back a couple days ago from P&P Engineering with a set of prototype sliders for a crew max. These things are stout as hell and can't wait for the paint to cure to go try them out.

The mounting is different from anything that i've seen in the Yota world. P&P currently makes production Nissan offroad gear, but are venturing into the Toyota world starting out with the Tundra. Here in the near future we'll be building a bed rack, skids, and front/rear bumpers for the truck.

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P&P Sliders by Cody Ash, on Flickr
P&P Sliders by Cody Ash, on Flickr
P&P Sliders by Cody Ash, on Flickr
P&P Sliders by Cody Ash, on Flickr
P&P Sliders by Cody Ash, on Flickr
P&P Sliders by Cody Ash, on Flickr
P&P Sliders by Cody Ash, on Flickr
P&P Sliders by Cody Ash, on Flickr
P&P Sliders by Cody Ash, on Flickr

Needless to say, i'm pretty happy with how they turned out. P&P is based out of a small town near Warsaw, Indiana. It's currently a two man show with the help of another Fabricator from time to time as they share a shop together. These guys went above and beyond what I wouldve ever expected them to during the build process. They also asked for my input during the entire build.

If you have any questions let me know. Once the paint is completely cured I plan to slap them back on the truck and go give them a test run.

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Thanks for the info, these look great. I will definitely be ordering a set.
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Are these even in production yet?

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Are these even in production yet?

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Sorry for the late notice, I dont frequent these boards as much as the others. They are and just finished up a group buy over on Tundras.com

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nice but i dont understand why the kickout doesnt have the cover plate. is that where the little kids need to slip their foot into and get hurt trying to get into/out of the truck.


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Do you know the specifications on these rock sliders? Type of tubing? Thickness? Diameter?

If someone were to put a hi-lift jack under the slider, would it support the weight of the Tundra w/o any flex or any other issues?

Will you be putting together a group buy at TT?

What is the cost per pair? Painted? Powdercoating?


If I had any suggestions, other than the observation that Dragos addressed, is that the fabricators of true rock sliders would engineer some, easy to remove, steps for all the doors. Something that could easily be removed when going out off-roading but, when the truck is being used for daily, on-road, tasks, the family can easily have steps to use. NFab has something for their Rkr step bars but I don't consider those to be true rock sliders and would not trust them to support the weight of the truck if needed.

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Looks like you can get the back half covered if you pay for that option. More information on the group by page. Looks like nice sliders.

https://www.tundras.com/threads/fs-p...roup-buy.7600/

Slider construction is 3/16" wall 2x2 square tube, .120 wall DOM, 5/16" plate brackets, 1/4" frame backing plates, and 5/8" grade 8 hardware. These are 100% bolt on to existing holes. No drilling or welding required.


MSRP:
$625 Bare Steel no dimple die plating
$675 Bare Steel with dimple die top plating on kickout only
$750 Bare Steel with dimple die top plating on front portion only
$775 Bare Steel with dimple die top plating on front and rear

$775 Powder Coat no dimple die plating
$825 Powder Coat with dimple die top plating on kickout only
$900 Powder Coat with dimple die top plating on front portion only
$925 Powder Coat with dimple die top plating on front and rear
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Sub'd these are nice looking


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Just ordered my set with no kickout cover. If you are ordering rock sliders for your kids to get in your truck I think you are looking at the wrong product.
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I don't think anyone is looking at these for kids to get in and out of the truck but rather looking at the potential problem of little feet slipping in a non covered opening in said sliders.

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I don't think anyone is looking at these for kids to get in and out of the truck but rather looking at the potential problem of little feet slipping in a non covered opening in said sliders.
Got It, understand all. They do offer the covering/dimpling plate for the kickout, but if people are looking for bars that are made for just entering the truck front and rear then they should look elsewhere. This are Sliders 1st , jacking point 2nd and steps last. BUT DO NOT TELL MY WIFE THAT ORDER! She thinks steps 1st.
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If there's a group buy I'm all over these!
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there was but not anymore. He has a couple still in stock. Check the link above and you will see me asking about them on page 2.
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