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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 09-21-2016, 06:21 PM Thread Starter
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Rock Rails and intake

Got the Rocky Road sliders rails with Step-rail in with Line-X, also the K and N intake. just need the trail now

3 beers to install intake

37 beers to do rails
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Where did you get the Rocky Road sliders rails ?
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Where did you get the Rocky Road sliders rails ?
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Rock Rails from Rocky Road, they are built when ordered, takes about 5-6 weeks to get them to your door, install is moderate to difficult, by the time the smoke clears they cost about $1100.00 CDN to your door with the exchange and customs broker charges from UPS. If you choose to have them installed depending on shop it can be about 4-6 hours per side.
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Rock Rails from Rocky Road, they are built when ordered, takes about 5-6 weeks to get them to your door, install is moderate to difficult, by the time the smoke clears they cost about $1100.00 CDN to your door with the exchange and customs broker charges from UPS. If you choose to have them installed depending on shop it can be about 4-6 hours per side.

Ouch. $1100 CDN? How much approximately was the UPS fees? I'm thinking of ordering, but I'll likely make the trip to Montana for the pickup.

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Looks great. How does it sound with the K&N?
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The fees are about $240.00 CDN combined for delivery and and brokerage fees, they are pretty heavy
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at idle or "normal' acceleration still the same as factory. The K&N gets LOUD when you put your foot into it,it was louder than expected which was good, makes me smile and makes my wife say "sheesh" and possibly roll her eyes,
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Got the Rocky Road sliders rails with Step-rail in with Line-X, also the K and N intake. just need the trail now

3 beers to install intake

37 beers to do rails
Looks great. All you need is the rocky road roof rails to go with the sliders. The actually follow the same lines as the sliders and look great together..

I cheated with my sliders and had a local shop rig up and install a set for me from a drawing I did. Came out at $950cdn installed and finished but without the cover plates. We figured they would just hide dirt and rust.

One thing I've noticed after being on gravel roads is the gap between the plates and the body tend to get a lot of really fine sand gravel stuck down there and it's impossible to remove without removing the sliders. Going to try sealing the top edge to keep out the crud and leave the bottom open so it still drains and drys. Just waiting for a string of hot dry days to do it.
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