Chevy Colorado Rock Sliders | Strike | 2nd Gen (15+)

★★★★★ ★★★★★ 5.00/5 Stars. (3 Reviews)
  • Chevy Colorado Rock Sliders | Strike | 2nd Gen (15+)
  • Chevy Colorado Rock Sliders | Strike | 2nd Gen (15+)
  • Chevy Colorado Rock Sliders | Strike | 2nd Gen (15+)
  • Chevy Colorado Rock Sliders | Strike | 2nd Gen (15+)
  • Chevy Colorado Rock Sliders | Strike | 2nd Gen (15+)
  • Chevy Colorado Rock Sliders | Strike | 2nd Gen (15+)
  • Chevy Colorado Rock Sliders | Strike | 2nd Gen (15+)

Price: $749.00


Code: VC2SL-ST

Weight: 120 (lbs)

      Rock Sliders for Chevy Colorado and GMC Canyon | 2nd Gen (15+)

      Designed to be used as a rock slider to protect your truck offroad, as well as a step.

      • Main structure built from strong 2 x 3 x 3/16" box tubing.
      • 1 3/4" round outer tubing. Side tubes and gussets usable for safe step entry.
      • Bolt-on installation.
      • Made in USA.

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14 Questions asked on Chevy Colorado Rock Sliders | Strike | 2nd Gen (15+)

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Q Preston Adame • 03/23/2020, 11:41:04 PM Will these work on a full size bed as well since there is no real change to the cab size ?
A 03/25/2020, 3:11:33 PM The long beds have different frames so these will not work on those at this time.
Q Wes • 07/29/2020, 11:48:57 AM Will this actually work as rock sliders? Is the metal thickness able to carry the weight?
A 08/05/2020, 11:01:24 AM They are designed to be rock sliders, yes.
Q Jason • 09/07/2020, 1:53:59 AM What is the individual weight of the sliders.
A 09/09/2020, 3:00:07 PM 60lbs per side
Q Lee Combs • 10/07/2020, 7:44:41 PM Will these rock sliders fit on an Extended Cab Long box?
A 10/16/2020, 3:25:50 PM Just crewcab short bed at this time.
Q Connor • 11/26/2020, 0:02:21 AM Will these work with crew cab short bed ZR2’s? (Specifically asking about 2018 model year if it matters)
A 11/30/2020, 5:04:51 PM Yes
Q Connor • 11/26/2020, 1:54:49 PM Will these work with crew cab short bed ZR2’s? (Specifically asking about 2018 model year if it matters)
A 11/30/2020, 5:04:51 PM Yes
Q Will Shepherd • 01/01/2021, 3:27:09 PM What steel are these made from?
A 01/07/2021, 1:16:37 PM The main body is 3 X 2 X .188 A500, the tubes are 1.75 x .120 A513 HREW
Q Pete Gordon • 01/01/2021, 9:52:39 PM How wide is the step surface or overall width of the Chevy Colorado ZR2 Rock Slider from door-bottom edge? (Is it wider than OEM rock slider? Looking for a little more step surface than OEM slider which is really not a step.)
A 01/04/2021, 10:08:18 AM The step surface is just over 7" wide.
Q Kevin • 01/03/2021, 8:03:25 AM How far do these stick out from the outer edge of the rocker panel? Are they slip resistant or would you recommend adding some strips of anti-skid tape?
A 01/04/2021, 10:28:30 AM The step surface is about 7" wide. They can get a little slick when covered in snow/slush. You can add grip tape or coat the top side with a textured bed liner to add some slip resistance.
Q Pete Gordon • 01/21/2021, 8:04:30 PM What are the torque specs for the hex-head hardware bolts and especially the body mount bolts? No intructions included in packaging. Very impressive build: stout!. Just finished installing. Straight forward and your video helpful.
A 01/25/2021, 11:34:30 AM 30 ft/lbs on the hardware that goes into the rocker panels, 100 ft/lbs on the 14mm body mount bolts.
Q Benjamin • 01/29/2021, 5:54:54 PM Will the rock sliders fit on my 2021 Colorado Z71?
A 02/02/2021, 12:30:16 PM Should not be an issue. You would have to remove any factory steps that may have come on the appearance package first, however.
Q Dominic • 02/10/2021, 11:23:24 AM Any update on plans for an extended cab, long bed set of sliders for the Colorado?
A 02/15/2021, 12:52:47 PM Nothing in the works yet.
Q Will • 05/05/2021, 0:14:52 AM What is the advantage of getting powder coating vs bare steel? Is the basic steel still black?
A 05/05/2021, 1:19:38 PM The raw steel is unfinished metal. It is not coated in any way. It will rust without a coating.
Q David • 08/20/2021, 3:46:42 PM Can I use a Hi Lift Jack on this rock slider to change a tire
A 09/02/2021, 3:39:52 PM Yes
★★★★★ ★★★★★
5.00/5 Stars out of 3 Reviews
Great product!
(Arizona) | May 11th, 2021
I can't say that I have tested them out to their fullest (haven't landed on them coming off an obstacle), but I feel fairly comfortable that I have them on my ZR2 to protect my rocker panels or support the weight of the truck if I have to maneuver off an obstacle. After a lot of research, I chose these Sliders/steps from Victory 4x4 based on the heavy duty build and 2 body mounts (in addition to the 4 factory panel mounts). And, the price was very reasonable. The tapered ends to reduce blunt force impacts moving/slipping forward or backward off or into an object, is forward thinking and good engineering by Victory 4x4. While I don't consider myself nor my rig a true rock-crawler, I did build and use my rig to accomplish some fairly technical off-roading and to navigate pretty rough terrain. These sliders also provide about an additional 4-6 inches of step, where the original/OEM quasi-sliders provided no step. Wish I could upload a picture of my install for you...
(Colorado) | September 25th, 2020
I have been very impressed. The rock sliders look good and mount very securely from 6 points per side. They feel like a part of the truck not just an add on My original steps would flex and feel flimsy, not these Thanks Victory
great worth the money
(NC) | August 17th, 2020
buy once cry once these things are great and the company is awesome to work with on their customer service

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