4Runner Rock Sliders | Blitz | 5th Gen (10+)
★★★★★ ★★★★★ 4.50/5 Stars. (2 Reviews)
- CNC cut and formed from 3/16" steel or aluminum (legs and mounting plates remain steel on aluminum option).
- Built in Hi-Lift Jacking points front and rear.
- Built in LED Rock Lights (lights included).
- Includes mounting hardware.
- Some drilling (two holes on passenger side) required for heavy wheeling use.
- Proudly designed and made in the USA.
- Compatible with KDSS with some slight modifaction.
- 10-13 & Limited models require removing the rocker trim.
- Not compatible with V8 4Runners.
Blitz 4Runner Rock Sliders | 5th Gen (2010+)
Designed to be used as a serious rock slider, a useful step, and add entry/offroad lighting. They are proudly made in the USA are available in a 2 stage satin textured black powder coat over durable zinc primer finish, or in bare metal.
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Q Zachary • 04/03/2020, 10:26:02 PM What gauge wire is used provided with the sliders?
A 04/06/2020, 2:43:37 PM Only LED light pigtails are provided. Wiring is up to the customer.
Q RC • 05/13/2020, 6:13:42 PM Does the aluminum version come with hi-lift jack slots?
A 05/15/2020, 1:52:09 PM Yes.
Q Craig • 05/27/2020, 2:41:48 AM Are the Al sliders able to take the weight of the vehicle without any major concerns?
A 05/27/2020, 3:57:49 PM Yes, no problems.
Q Kevin • 05/27/2020, 11:31:38 AM If the legs/mouting are steel on the aluminum sliders. How is the aluminum section attached?
A 05/27/2020, 3:57:49 PM They are bolted on.
Q Beavis • 05/28/2020, 7:06:30 PM Will these work on a 2016 4 Runner Limited?
A 06/01/2020, 10:08:59 AM You would need to remove your rocker trim on the limited.
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Paul (CA) | June 27th, 2020
I love the look of the sliders. The install was a nightmare! The first step of attaching the feet tells you not to tighten them down until you install them, but then you cant access the allen bolts. I basically had to make my own allen tool to get in and tighten them. The video shows a version where you can reach inside, but the new version only has a small hole that your hand won't fit into. The install took me 7 hours and I'm pretty mechanical. The sliders were missing one hole shown in the install document and I had to drill a new one myself. They are nice, but be ready to work for it.
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