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All-Pro APEX Slider Install/Review on 2010 Crew Max

Discussion in '2nd Gen Tundras (2007-2013)' started by BOSS4x4, Nov 23, 2015.

  1. Nov 23, 2015 at 10:07 PM
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    BOSS4x4

    BOSS4x4 [OP] New Member

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    We recently installed a set of All-Pro Off Road's APEX Series Rock Sliders on our 2010 Tundra Crew Max. I haven't seen much said about them on the forum, so I thought I'd post a quick install guide as well as a brief review.

    We have previously used the APEX sliders on our Tacoma, and decided to get a set for our Tundra as well. They are one of the best values out there since they are made from DOM steel tubing and include the top plates as well as the kick-out in the rear. I think the kick-out should start a little sooner to protect the larger rear door of the crew max, but other than that, great design. They angle upward slightly so that no ground clearance is lost, yet they are still useful as a step.

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    The installation was fairly straight forward with only 2 holes needing to be drilled along the underside of the frame rail for the included countersunk bolts, which we like, to keep a smooth surface. The other 6-7 bolts per side utilize existing holes in the frame. A minor modification was made to the gas tank skid bracket on the driver's side so that it would fit under the mount. And we also bent back a small portion of the pinch weld at the very front to gain some added clearance so that there are no vibrations.

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    Using the 2 bolts circled, we were able to hang the sliders in place until we got the rest in.

    :thumbsup::thumbsup: Two thumbs up from us!
     
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  2. Nov 24, 2015 at 5:41 AM
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    matluth

    matluth Fish On!

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    18"X9" FN BFD's rims, 295/70R/18E Cooper Discoverer STT Pro's, upgraded to Old Man EMU coil-overs/shocks. Toytec shackles Next: true dual exhaust, new UCA's.
    They look very beefy indeed.
     
  3. Mar 30, 2016 at 7:44 AM
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    Seanson

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    got any wide angle shots that show the whole truck?
     
  4. Mar 30, 2016 at 10:31 AM
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    Spvrtan

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    For anyone wondering, these don't fit as well with the 2014 and up models (frame is slightly tweaked): there are only 4 bolts per side you can bolt instead of 6-7.
     
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