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post #291 of 318 (permalink) Old 05-10-2018, 11:06 PM
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Do the Ajs still require drilling? I am just looking for the lowest price and bolt on with no drilling I don't need pc or anything.


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I believe the Calmini doesn't require drilling. Pretty sure all others mentioned here do.

Shrockworks and Maxterra sliders only require one hole to be drilled on each side for added strength. Probably could get away with not drilling that spot and adding that bolt if your not planning on doing serious off roading with them. Email Maxterra and ask for his price sheet. Has detailed picture of installation.

A.J.'s requires drilling. Try to google it or call them to see details.
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Been looking pretty hard at the Calmini tube step rocker skids in Nissan Gray.

Chatted with support today to get an idea of what the installation looks like and they forwarded me along instructions that show you need to drill one hole in the front (similar to Shrock if I'm not mistaken). Looks like a solid setup and I love the look of them so I might have to pull the trigger.

I haven't seen any pictures/reviews on these yet so I may have to be the first, figured some may be interested in the installation instructions though.
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Been looking pretty hard at the Calmini tube step rocker skids in Nissan Gray.

Chatted with support today to get an idea of what the installation looks like and they forwarded me along instructions that show you need to drill one hole in the front (similar to Shrock if I'm not mistaken). Looks like a solid setup and I love the look of them so I might have to pull the trigger.

I haven't seen any pictures/reviews on these yet so I may have to be the first, figured some may be interested in the installation instructions though.
Be careful with Calmini, shipping and customer service issues with that company are well documented. They have no problem taking your money, but they have a problem shipping their product. Their quality control is horrible, too. I had their bumpers and the welds were rusting within six months, with powder coat flaking off in several spots. If you want the gray, talk to another company about doing a custom PC color for you.

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Be careful with Calmini, shipping and customer service issues with that company are well documented. They have no problem taking your money, but they have a problem shipping their product. Their quality control is horrible, too. I had their bumpers and the welds were rusting within six months, with powder coat flaking off in several spots. If you want the gray, talk to another company about doing a custom PC color for you.
Appreciate the insight! Shrock and Hefty have been the two front runners for me but I hate the lead time with Shrock and Hefty is ~$200 more for what I want without a powder coat (which seems unnecessary for sliders I'll beat up). Might just have to bite the bullet with Shrock, I waited awhile for the rear bumper but the quality is top notch.
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^ White Knuckle, best customer service, quick turnaround times. You WONT be disappointed. Many people install them without drilling all of the holes, just depends on the type of off roading you will be doing.
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X2 on White Knuckles.

Also, Max Gear has a great set of sliders. They are identicle to Shrock but have 3 support bars instead of 1. They install the same, are similarly priced, and lead time is generally less. Great customer service history and quality.

Contact [email protected] for spec sheet/brochure.

Or, just PM maXTERRA. He is the guy that runs the show at Max Gear.

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X2 on White Knuckles.

Also, Max Gear has a great set of sliders. They are identicle to Shrock but have 3 support bars instead of 1. They install the same, are similarly priced, and lead time is generally less. Great customer service history and quality.

Contact [email protected] for spec sheet/brochure.

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