Bolt-on Tundra Rock Sliders and Rocker Protection

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  • Regular price $499.00


PLEASE NOTE:
All photos on this webpage are of the Superslider kits. 
Standard Rockrails do not have the additional/second round outer tube. Our regular Rockrail kits consist of the main 2x2 square slider tube. Same great strength, tight fit, protection, just without the additional outer tube.

All kits come in a sturdy, durable, and very attractive black powdercoat electrostatic and baked powdercoat finish.

Side view shows the tight factory look of Rocky Road rock sliders on the CrewMax Tundra.
Please note... ALL PHOTOS on this webpage are of the Supersliders.
The extra slider tube up top offers additional side protection on the trail and off the trail. One of our favorite uses of the Superslider is as a bash guard against other swinging doors in a parking. Imagine the dismay of the chump who just threw open his car door only to whack it on the solid steel of your Superslider. He just stuck a nice dent in the edge of his door, your Toy still looks cherry!

Nothing protects like the Rocky Road Supersliders.

Rocky Road's Tundra Rock Sliders are the creme' de la creme' of the rocker protection world. We use 3/16" inner hitch steel to make sure your bars do NOT bend! Anything other than hitch steel is just plain flimsy.

Most other Tundra rock sliders are made from thin 1/8" wall tube material. Alot of shops refer to these as Nerf bars. an appropriate name since they will offer about as much protection to your vehicle as a Nerf toy product would.

A good number of the Tundra Rockrails we sell are to those who have actually bought these thinner bars and have bent them up. Even slick looking dual tube designs that appear to offer better protection are still only made from 1/8" steel and will bend on a hard impact.  

Our Tundra Rock Sliders have a very sleek rounded look about them as we use genuine inner hitch steel in their construction. Hitch steel is not only very strong, it also has a nice radius corner instead of a hard boxy look. Inner hitch steel is the stuff you use to plug into 2" receiver hitches. Its sheer weight is astronomical as is its bending strength. Our shop press goes to 50 tons and we can't even start to bend them. Do you think a scrawny little rock can hurt these things? Think again!  

 

Strongest Rockrails for Tundra

Why hitch steel for construction? 
Why not go with a lesser gauge steel to save production costs?

Because we wouldn't trust anything less to protect our 4WD's and neither should you! Besides, since these carry the Rocky Road **lifetime guarantee**, we don't want to have to replace them for you for free every couple years or so. We made them indestructible so they'll last forever and they are guaranteed forever, NEVER to bend on you!  

Our Tundra rock sliders are very simple to install and are completely 'bolt on'. Our Rock Sliders mount on the sub-frame as well as along the body seam.  

 

Best Engineered Tundra Rock Sliders

Not mounting along the entire seam causes extreme stress with the leverage of an impact on the outer rocker itself. Our design distributes the load across a broad area instead of focusing it on small spots. Installation is made easier on many of our kits by marking strips which we include with every set. Instead of trying to juggle a 35lb rocker bar in place while you mark your holes, you simply clamp our thin steel marker strip onto the body seam and mark your mounting holes.