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Sliders for the LR3/D3

- - - - - LR3 rock sliders

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Quality tools speak to a Quality man.

 

Or something.  I'm sure at least somebody said something close to that at some point.   :P


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Still did not get it sorted last night, mainly because I keep trying to do this in the middle of full evenings of kids with homework and dinner and baseball. Additional note to self...allow more time.

In the spirit of posting something useful, I thought the instructions were not exactly clear on where the front plastic trim should be cut. Here's a pic. I used kitchen shears and it was super easy. I cut on top of the taped line. Attached File  uploadfromtaptalk1463589943831.jpg   37.67KB   3 downloads

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Pretty much what I did as well.  Eyeball it, pull a piece of blue tape to mark a line, and cut.


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Ready just in time to head to overland expo tomorrow. I ended up getting some help resetting the sliders from Rod at Besa Auto because I just plain ran out of time. Fortunately the rest of the project (putting the trim back on) did not have any surprises. Ready to rock slide

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