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Old July 29th, 2010, 02:09 PM
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2 door 110 Sliders

Does anyone have pictures of how the sliders on their 2 door 110 mount. Please post them if you do I am at a loss as to how they attach. I think I might be missing something but I don't know what.


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Old July 29th, 2010, 04:19 PM
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What kind did you get? I noticed AB only lists D90 sliders. I was hoping for a free shipping weekend or something to buy a set from you guys.

The frame is the same 110 SW to 110 2 door so I am not sure what you could be missing.
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Old July 29th, 2010, 04:32 PM
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The set I have is the normal european spec ones from Safari-Equip but they have nothing to hook to in the back. They hook to the firewall and the outrigger and then just float from there back.

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Old July 29th, 2010, 07:19 PM
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I was just looking underneath my truck today to see where they would mount as well. I was figuring that a person would have to drill through the frame to get a good mount in towards the back. Would that be acceptable?
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The set I have is the normal european spec ones from Safari-Equip but they have nothing to hook to in the back. They hook to the firewall and the outrigger and then just float from there back.

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Eric,

If they are anything like my Scorpion Racing ones they just bolt to the outriggers in the back and bolt to the bulkhead bolt up front. I can take pics on my sliders if that helps. It is currently off the truck but you can see the mounting brackets.
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Eric,

If they are anything like my Scorpion Racing ones they just bolt to the outriggers in the back and bolt to the bulkhead bolt up front. I can take pics on my sliders if that helps. It is currently off the truck but you can see the mounting brackets.
Is it a 2 door? If so yes a pic would be great.

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I was just looking underneath my truck today to see where they would mount as well. I was figuring that a person would have to drill through the frame to get a good mount in towards the back. Would that be acceptable?
That is fine as far as I'm concerned but I have no idea if that is what I need to do since I have no bracket that reaches the frame.

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I have a 4 door. Are the frames different between the 2?
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I have a 4 door. Are the frames different between the 2?

The frame is the same but I don't have anything for the rear mount to mount to. HMMMM
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Before I got the new frame the original frame was pretty rusted through. I was able to use only the front and one rear attachment. It was the rear outrigger and even though I only had 2 points it was really solid. Do yours attach to the rear outrigger? If not I say you are missing some parts.
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The 3rd bracket attaches here to this. Mine was rusted through so I couldn't use it:
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The 3rd bracket attaches here to this. Mine was rusted through so I couldn't use it:
Yep my 2 door doesn't have that for a mount.... Well off to the fabricator I go
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