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Got a set of these rock sliders on my NAS 90 that I plan to remove. Only been on the truck a few months and they have zero damage. No dents, scratches, rust, etc. of any kind. Still look brand new. in California and can send more close-up pics if interested.
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Erick, I love the fact that they have 3 hi-lift jack pin points each, giving your truck a total of 10! Never seen that before. Nice sliders and sweet truck!
 

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Thanks Erick! I’ve never seen that style of slider. What type / brand are they?
 

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Don't recall or see the brand/name on them -they are extremely solid & heavy metal, few more pics. Pics of other side were too dark in garage, will need to pull it outside. 3 point hi-lift comes in handle as D90Overkill mentioned above.
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Erick, I love the fact that they have 3 hi-lift jack pin points each, giving your truck a total of 10! Never seen that before. Nice sliders and sweet truck!
Nice looking truck and sliders. I'm sure this is a rookie question, but where are the to other points to which you're referring? Six on the sliders, two on the ARB. Where are the other two?

Good luck Surf90 and Erick. I apologize for derailing your post.
 

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Look solid and really clean - but ideally I’d like to find the more tubular variety like this.
I know they have these new at RN but I’d like to find some gently used
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...where are the to other points to which you're referring? Six on the sliders, two on the ARB. Where are the other two?
Even without the arb, all D90’s (and D110 as well) have four. Two under the front bumper, within the frame horns, and two on the rear crossmember. NAS step bumpers use the rear jack pin points as mounting points, so they are not evident in original NAS trucks with oem rear step bumpers. Aftermarket NAS style step bumpers sometimes remedy this by welding pin points to it. Pics should be pretty self descriptive. Pull your rubber plugs, from your frame horns under the front bumper, and you’ll see yours ;-)
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