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RCI Off Road 2007-2014 Toyota FJ Cruiser Rock Sliders


                           ** ESTIMATED LEAD TIME - 6 to 12 WEEKS **

* Use code slide40 at checkout for $40 off any rock slider purchase *

The rocker panel is the most vulnerable area on your vehicle when off-road, as well as one of the most costly to repair. Protect your FJ Cruiser with a pair of RCI heavy duty rock sliders.

RCI sliders utilize a full frame support mounting plate which serves both to protect your frame from damage, as well as provides an extremely rigid attachment for the sliders by using multiple bolt locations all across the frame. These will help protect the truck both off-road as well as in the parking lot, and are still very functional as a step if needed.

KEY FEATURES:

  • Protects rocker panels and doors
  • Sliders utilize a 2″ square main tube which is far stronger than 1.75″ round tube used by competitors
  • 1.75″ DOM is now standard on outer rails for uncompromised strength
  • Fully gusseted on all legs
  • 45 degree mitered main tube ends provide a superior aesthetic appearance as well as more functional design that won’t hang up
  • Full length 1/4″ frame plate and guarantees a slider as strong or stronger than anything on the market
  • Easily capable of supporting the entire side of truck for lifting with hi-lift, or sliding on rocks
  • 10 degree upward angle creates a low profile with maximum ground clearance, while remaining usable as a step
  • Direct bolt on addition to existing mounting locations, no drilling required
  • Available tread plate for top surface
  • Easy install with only basic hand tools
  • All hardware and installation instructions provided
  • Now comes standard with RCI's signature low profile rear kick out
  • Made in USA
  • Top Tread Plate: No Top Tread Plate, Add Top Tread Plate
  • Finish: Bare Metal, Satin Black Powder coat

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