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If so, how long is your slider?

It seems like it should be around 96". Does that sound right?

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My truck is a an 06 DC Longbed and Stubbs Welding built my sliders. I'm not sure how long they are, but if you talk to Richard at Stubbs he can point you in the right direction.

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X3 on getting a pair from Richard Stubb's...I have a DC short bed, but know that he makes them for the DC long bed. He makes a great product and is great to deal with.
 

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Hey RYGUY: isn't it about time for you to pick out a new suspension and wheels and tires? :D I could probably take those walker evans off your hands if need be when I get my taxes back.. ;)
 

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haha no im sticking with LT.. haha my walkers.. Everyone knows that I have changed my mind way too much. Only cause I wanted something and tried every way around going LT.. but oh well. Now Im way happy, just need to do rear, add 2nd shock and front bumper with engine cage.. Anyways.. How is your truck doing ocdropzone?
 

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haha no im sticking with LT.. haha my walkers.. Everyone knows that I have changed my mind way too much. Only cause I wanted something and tried every way around going LT.. but oh well. Now Im way happy, just need to do rear, add 2nd shock and front bumper with engine cage.. Anyways.. How is your truck doing ocdropzone?
Slowly but surely...my accountant (AKA: wife) says we need to take care of some house stuff (WTF) than I can do some big stuff again..guess it is gonna be few months..need some rear springs, wanna get some SAWs or similar upfront, winch, rear bumper...the works..

AC: sorry for the HiJack...with the long wheel base of the LB DC, get a pair of sliders...it has saved my rockers several times...
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Hi tcummings,

Which one did you get for your Double Cab Longbed?
I talked to Richard a few months ago about getting the BASIC, but he said he didn't want to make the basic any more due to cost, which I understand.

I don't think I could buy the materials to make the BASIC for less $100.

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My truck is a an 06 DC Longbed and Stubbs Welding built my sliders. I'm not sure how long they are, but if you talk to Richard at Stubbs he can point you in the right direction.

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Hi ryguy,

Which ones do you have? I know they have a set of DIY up there now, but I'm still looking at other options.


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I have a DC long bed and have demello sliders on them.. Works flawlessly against bmw door dings..
 

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Yeah, I've actually dabbed my running board a acoule times and everytime I'm like " what the hell am I waiting on... get the damn sliders.." I wish my trailer hitch plug thingy and rear bumber would have been so lucky to just come close.

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AC: sorry for the HiJack...with the long wheel base of the LB DC, get a pair of sliders...it has saved my rockers several times...
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have the Demello sliders longer than the short bed model. mine are all tubular but u can get them square or hybrid from them also.
 
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