🔥🔥New Product Alert: SVC's Rock Sliders 🔥🔥

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Hey Bronco 6G,
We're excited to announce the release or our new Rock Sliders! When we set out to design our new Ford Bronco Rock Sliders, we took our decades of off-road experience to produce a part that is well thought out, pleasing to the eye and built to withstand the most serious of off-roaders.

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Our new Rock Sliders are mounted to both the Body and frame. By doing this, we reduce the chance of the slider to deform and bend into either the body or fame. In order to keep NVH low, we have custom made 3/8th rubber isolator bushing on the body side of the sliders for added protection to the cab.

SVCOFFROAD Rock Sliders have been trail tested in the harshest environments of southern Utah and Johnson Valley to make sure they can take the punishment! When you go with SVC, rest assured your purchasing a quality part that is fixture welded, cad designed & product tested to make for a pleasurable off-roading experience.

Key Features:
  • CNC Rolled Tubes
  • CNC Mounting Plates
  • 5 Point Mounting System
  • Body Isolator Bushings
  • Aluminum Skid Plate
  • Optional Steps
  • Satin Black Powder Coat
  • Made In The USA
Let us know your thoughts, and post some picks of your rides that you think they'll look great on!

PRE ORDER NOW FOR EARLY SUMMER DELIVERY & LOCKED IN PRICING

Link to Sliders!



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The schematic shows 3 frame mounts, are these bolt on connections to existing frame openings or is there a need to drill into frame? Hard to decipher from rendering. Also, how far is the front angled roll tube from the wheel well. For those of us that have front mudflaps, is there sufficient room to install the sliders? The product looks really good.
 
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The schematic shows 3 frame mounts, are these bolt on connections to existing frame openings or is there a need to drill into frame? Hard to decipher from rendering. Also, how far is the front angled roll tube from the wheel well. For those of us that have front mudflaps, is there sufficient room to install the sliders? The product looks really good.
We appreciate the compliment on the looks! We get some more back from powered coating this week. I'll see if I can test fit some flaps and get you a better idea of fitment with stock fenders for ya. The ones in the photo have ADV glass fenders which fit a little different.

You're correct on the mounts. There are 5 points of fixation for each slider, 3 are frame mounted. The 3 on the passenger side attach to where the factory belly skid goes if you have it. The other side goes to existing holes in the frame.
 
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Now for the question that hasn't been asked yet.

Is there a 2-Dr version in the works for later on?

Also, do they stick out enough, without the step, to protect the doors from any contact?

Mine will end up being a dual purpose (daily/weekend warrior) when I eventually get it, but having some protection from the Urban jungle monkeys would be a plus. 😏
 
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Now for the question that hasn't been asked yet.

Is there a 2-Dr version in the works for later on?

Also, do they stick out enough, without the step, to protect the doors from any contact?

Mine will end up being a dual purpose (daily/weekend warrior) when I eventually get it, but having some protection from the Urban jungle monkeys would be a plus. 😏
We got the 2 door in the works 🤙. They’re tight to the body, but It does stick out enough for those urban jungle monkeys and some added protection.
 

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According the website the cost with steps is $1445 but without the cost is $1559; is this correct? Also, it would be helpful to see a few more pictures with more detail.
 
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According the website the cost with steps is $1445 but without the cost is $1559; is this correct? Also, it would be helpful to see a few more pictures with more detail.
Thanks for the catch, its actually $1,559 with the steps. We have been having issues with the hosting our website it on. We'll have a ton of more photos coming. We're waiting on some more to come back from powered coating, and then we'll be doing another photoshoot.
 
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Hey Everyone,
We have had some requests for more photos. Here are some from our most recent test today. Enjoy!

Cheers,

AJ

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We appreciate the compliment on the looks! We get some more back from powered coating this week. I'll see if I can test fit some flaps and get you a better idea of fitment with stock fenders for ya. The ones in the photo have ADV glass fenders which fit a little different.

You're correct on the mounts. There are 5 points of fixation for each slider, 3 are frame mounted. The 3 on the passenger side attach to where the factory belly skid goes if you have it. The other side goes to existing holes in the frame.
so if you dumb it down for me,
1. how many holes have to be drilled ?
2. total weight?
3. material of the sliders? aluminum?
 
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so if you dumb it down for me,
1. how many holes have to be drilled ?
2. total weight?
3. material of the sliders? aluminum?
Great questions!
1 none, this is a bolt on slider that uses existing bolts on the frame
2) I haven’t officially measured them let me see if I can find a set at shop to measure.
3) Steel frame and tubes 1/8 tube and 3/16 for the connection to frame. The skid/ slider part is made of aluminum 🤙
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Great questions!
1 none, this is a bolt on slider that uses existing bolts on the frame
2) I haven’t officially measured them let me see if I can find a set at shop to measure.
3) Steel frame and tubes 1/8 tube and 3/16 for the connection to frame. The skid/ slider part is made of aluminum 🤙
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thanks for the quick response ....

1. how thick is the slider aluminum part
2. can you still add armor underneath and not interfere with the aluminum sliders?
3. can you post some picks from under the carriage? maybe on a lift or something?
 
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thanks for the quick response ....

1. how thick is the slider aluminum part
2. can you still add armor underneath and not interfere with the aluminum sliders?
3. can you post some picks from under the carriage? maybe on a lift or something?
  1. 7 guage
  2. Yes, shouldn’t be an issue. Provided how others mount theirs. It’s more of a product/ manufacturer specific question that’s hard to address
  3. Once we clear a lift of all our raptors getting 4 linked, we’ll get some belly photos!
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Man, wish I knew these were coming out before buying the Zroadz slider steps.
 
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Will factory mudflaps fit without modification?
We haven't tested a set, but they should fit. Our front length it very close to the factory slider. So if they work with those, they should work with ours.
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