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Strongest no drill sliders for a doublecab?

I'm looking to buy some sliders but I don't want to drill into my frame to mount them.
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White knuckle off road sliders


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Good question. I owned a Rubicon before my Tundra. I really liked how Jeep tucked those in tight and they were very strong. I ended up just getting the brushed silver OEM step sides. I took it out in the desert and did rub some. Next time I go out I will remove them.
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Strongest no drill sliders for a doublecab?

Subscribed, I want real rock sliders, that can bear the weight of the truck. I don't want any of those thin walled running board type steps


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SDHQ offers some very nice sliders, they are a bit spendy, but appear to be the real deal. White knuckle off road sliders seem to be of similar quality. Both on the upper end for pre-made bolt on systems.


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I have a set from P&P Engineering, like them a lot. Bolted right on. Haven't got a chance to hardcore rub them yet but drive a lot of gravel roads and the powder coat has held up nice. There is a group buy going on now I believe I saw on some forum.
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I installed White Knuckle sliders on a friend’s Tundra a few years ago and had to drill ten 1/2” holes in the frame.
The other 10 bolts went through existing holes.
Did they change the design since then?

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