Safari Gard - D1

bri

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Yeah the slider bolts to where the mud flaps mount so a body lift would cause it to not line up right. I just mounted one to my sons disco. It’s a new one but it’s the same design. No idea how tough they really are but it seems very solid once mounted. U can see the gap at the rear bumper so it’s got a small body lift
Here is the right way to do a rear fender slider.
 

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1of40

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Oct 23, 2017
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Hey folks, I'm an hour from this shop where the truck is and I go out occasionally bc I like the owner, we drink beer and grill chicken. Owner is honest and the whole truck is legit and built right to me. It's in Virginia so its going to take the right person that wants to fix the busted top from the tree falling on it or pull parts off of it. I wish there were other options but I can't think of any.
 

Dave P

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May 4, 2018
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Yeah the slider bolts to where the mud flaps mount so a body lift would cause it to not line up right. I just mounted one to my sons disco. It’s a new one but it’s the same design. No idea how tough they really are but it seems very solid once mounted. U can see the gap at the rear bumper so it’s got a small body lift
Wait where did you get *NEW* SG sliders!
So jealous.....