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Yep !
They look perfect.
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Like them, but need to see in person. I think I want more upward angle and more kick out toward the rear. They look flat and straight in the pictures. How about mounting pictures? Also need top plates as I don’t need my dogs leg getting caught in that.
 

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"Finally a true rock slider" was my EXACT thought...

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SRQ sliders are my first pick. These are a close second, definitely need to see the mounting points.
 

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SRQ sliders are my first pick. These are a close second, definitely need to see the mounting points.
I like the SRQ sliders. I’m a little concerned that the open bottom design won’t slide well over obstacle, but adding an aluminum plate could fix that. They also show their mounting points.

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Is the final design leaving the tube end open like that on the front and rear of the slider? Huge dirt collection point and not great looking to boot.
Good catch!!! Hadn't even seen that.
 

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I like the SRQ sliders. I’m a little concerned that the open bottom design won’t slide well over obstacle, but adding an aluminum plate could fix that. They also show their mounting points.

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Hmmm, along the bottom of step or the frame mount tubes?
 
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