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    GU Patrol Sliders DIY Instructions

    Hi All,

    I saw that quite a few people are making sliders for their rigs. I have had this hidden (and forgotten about) on my PC for a while now - DIY Sliders (with pics)

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    2002 GU 3 Lt Patrol Wagon. On Board Air, ARB Front Air Locker, 2"Tough Dog Lift, Rear Air Bags, Tracklander Roof Rack, IPF HID Spotties, K&N Air Filter, Cargo Barrier, 3" Dominator Exhaust, Titan Drawers and much more.

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    cheers should come in handy when i finally get a chance to knock out a set for my bus..

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    Good onya mate cheers
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    Looks good nice work

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    Nice write-up, very informative! Planning to knock up a set in the coming weeks, but hadn't figured out how I was going to do the cental mounts yet

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    Great contribution to the forum Woodsta1704 and awesome sliders. Highly recommend one extra element though,. A stiff steel mesh or chequerplate top deck. Sticks/branches do get up in between those parallel bars and when they flip forward as you drive forward they can seriously damage door sills and door panels. Seen it in action before and can make as much damage as the sliders are supposed to prevent.
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    GU Patrol Sliders DIY Instructions

    100% agreed, great contribution for sure
    Have fortunately only luckily nearly experienced exactly what Plasnart is kindly describing.
    I honestly thought rock sliders being left open would make much easier pressure washing but soon found too they did once levered a forward motion dead snow gum branch near up my cabs door before thankfully halting :-(



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