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I have come to the realization that I don't do the kind of wheeling that makes sliders practical and I only really need steps, so I'm getting rid of my Hefty Sliders.

I am the second owner. The original owner bought them in unfinished steel and painted them rustoleum semigloss black. I have continued this tradition. There are no dents, dings, or other damage. I didn't wipe them down after I removed them, hence the dirt/dust. I am willing to go out to the garage and wipe them down for another $3.00. ::grin::

I have all the mounting hardware, brackets, bolts, etc. They are $500 new, so how about $350 firm? Not only do you save $150 but you also save the 5 month wait time.

The sliders are located in Colorado Springs. I am not willing to ship at the moment.
 

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If you change your mind about shipping, I'll take them, shipped to biz address 21045, if they fit on a 16 crew cab, and I'll clean em!
 

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Gen 2? KC or CC?
 

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When did Hefty start doing 3 mounting points? They are nice looking sliders and I would be happy to use them on a Frontier, but I am not sure that you were told the correct manufacturer, but I could also be wrong.
 

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When did Hefty start doing 3 mounting points? They are nice looking sliders and I would be happy to use them on a Frontier, but I am not sure that you were told the correct manufacturer, but I could also be wrong.
Chris (Hefty) has seen them the numerous times (up close) I have been at his place. He made my front bumper and he used my truck as the template for the current version rear bumper so he has spent a fair amount of time with my truck. If you look at his website, the description for the sliders states 3 mounting points. I'm not sure when these were manufactured, but since they match the description on Hefty's website and the owner of the company seems to think he made them, I'm going to keep calling them Hefty sliders. Are you thinking of Shrockworks sliders?
 

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is this for CC long bed? or short bed? I'll take them if they are for CCLB. My brother lives in COS and I'll work through him.
 

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is this for CC long bed? or short bed? I'll take them if they are for CCLB. My brother lives in COS and I'll work through him.
Short (standard) length bed.
 

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As I said, I could be wrong. My Hefty's only have 2 mounting points and the pictures on his site all have the metal for the step so it was not easy to compare. But hey, if he thinks he made them, then who am I to tell him he is wrong.
 

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As I said, I could be wrong. My Hefty's only have 2 mounting points and the pictures on his site all have the metal for the step so it was not easy to compare. But hey, if he thinks he made them, then who am I to tell him he is wrong.
I figure they are just different generations or something like that. I do know he has made design changes over time to some of his creations as we have discussed this very thing.
 

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My CCSB has 3 mounts & puchased new 2yrs ago. These were worth every penny BTW..
 

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Do you ever make it up to the fort collins area?

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Do you ever make it up to the fort collins area?

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Usually only once a year (on my way to Laramie) and usually in a much more economical vehicle.
 

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So can you update the status please? I'd like to get in line if there is one.

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No one has called dibs but I'm still not really willing to ship so it has to be local pickup.
 

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Shipping sliders is just wrapping them in plastic and sticking a label on to send freight. Since they are just painted, protecting the finish should not be an issue, so if you consider shipping, just add a few bucks over the shipping cost just for the plastic and your time and I bet you will have them out of your life tomorrow.
 

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Definatly if you're going to ship, I'm still in!
 
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