One of the first products the Slee produced was rock sliders for the 80 Series Land Cruiser.
These sliders have been installed and tested on numerous trucks and has successfully completed trails like the Rubicon, Pritchett Canyon (Moab), Voodoo (Paragon) and numerous other hard core rock crawling trails in the US.
The 80 Series Tube Style slider consist of a main 2"x4" 3/16" wall) rectangular tube with 1.5" DOM outer rube. The tube is angled up from the main slider to provide exceptional rocker panel and lower door protection. The outer tube can be used as a step, but might be a little high for shorter people and kids.
The sliders are installed on the truck with 7/16" U-Bolts that wrap the frame. With the 1995/1997 models, the passenger side front support is a bracket that curves under the catalytic converter. This supported is bolted to the frame using 4 8mm bolts into existing holes on the frame.
Most of the sliders are finished with 60% gloss powder coat finish. The pre-treatment includes baking to remove all oil, phosphate washing, sandblasting and then a powder coating is applied.
Toyota oem mud flaps or stock running board end caps can be used to complete the installation. The mud flap is notched to accept the slider, or the running board end cap can be trimmed to fit.
With the 1995/1997 models, the passenger side front support is a bracket that curves under the catalytic converter. This supported is bolted to the frame using 4 8mm bolts into existing holes on the frame.