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It’s time I finally get sliders. What is the wait time like right now? Pelfreybilt
 

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Idk about Pelfrey, but standard lead times are generally anywhere between 6-12 weeks. I have a set from Avid Offroad that should be shipping to me any day now. I was quoted a 6 week lead time but a back up at powdercoating brought that up to about 8 weeks.

If anyone looks up their sliders, just know that their website isn't updated and you need to contact them directly for the order. The ones shown on their site are actually the step bars, not the true sliders that mount to frame that you can purchase. At least, this was true as of late March.

Incidentally, perhaps Avid Off-Road would be interested in becoming a vendor on here.
 

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sliders are good thing.

these sliders are good too

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Idk about Pelfrey, but standard lead times are generally anywhere between 6-12 weeks. I have a set from Avid Offroad that should be shipping to me any day now. I was quoted a 6 week lead time but a back up at powdercoating brought that up to about 8 weeks.

If anyone looks up their sliders, just know that their website isn't updated and you need to contact them directly for the order. The ones shown on their site are actually the step bars, not the true sliders that mount to frame that you can purchase. At least, this was true as of late March.

Incidentally, perhaps Avid Off-Road would be interested in becoming a vendor on here.
I'll have to consider AVID in the future since they are fairly local to me in arizona
 

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Idk about Pelfrey, but standard lead times are generally anywhere between 6-12 weeks. I have a set from Avid Offroad that should be shipping to me any day now. I was quoted a 6 week lead time but a back up at powdercoating brought that up to about 8 weeks.

If anyone looks up their sliders, just know that their website isn't updated and you need to contact them directly for the order. The ones shown on their site are actually the step bars, not the true sliders that mount to frame that you can purchase. At least, this was true as of late March.

Incidentally, perhaps Avid Off-Road would be interested in becoming a vendor on here.
Thanks and I will hit them up about that.
 

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Woooooooo! Sliders shipped yesterday and they're supposed to arrive at my local fedex freight facility tomorrow :D
Hell yeah! Get stoked.
 

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It’s time I finally get sliders. What is the wait time like right now? Pelfreybilt

Sorry about the delay - just getting caught up after Overland Expo West. Right now our third gen sliders are closer to 12 weeks depending on the options you're looking for. We are happy to give you a quote based on the options if you email us (michael@pelfreybilt.com)

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Sorry about the delay - just getting caught up after Overland Expo West. Right now our third gen sliders are closer to 12 weeks depending on the options you're looking for. We are happy to give you a quote based on the options if you email us (michael@pelfreybilt.com)

Thank You!

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No problem, wish I were there too.

What about a double cab roof rack?
 

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I got my Pelfreybilt sliders about three weeks ago. I waited the grueling lead time for them and it was well worth it. Well built, love the design, along with the look. I also got there aluminum skids. They are local for me and that is one reason I went with them. I plan on getting there bumpers down the road. If you’re able to wait I would highly recommend Pelfreybilts products. Keep up the good work!
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Both the 12-15 and 16-18 Front Runner Roof Racks are in-stock at FrontRunner. We can get something ordered and shipped to you ASAP! If you don't see something on our site, but see it on the FrontRunner site we can order it for you:
http://www.pelfreybilt.com/product-category/racks/

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I got my Pelfreybilt sliders about three weeks ago. I waited the grueling lead time for them and it was well worth it. Well built, love the design, along with the look. I also got there aluminum skids. They are local for me and that is one reason I went with them. I plan on getting there bumpers down the road. If you’re able to wait I would highly recommend Pelfreybilts products. Keep up the good work!
20C8BD89-D3C4-4B1B-8638-C344BA38AE1E.jpeg
Are the sliders angled or flat (hard to tell from here)? Also, welcome to T3G - your rig and that color are awesome.
 

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I helped nate install his in Pelfrey’s parking lot. So that should say how easy hey are to install. Mine will be done in a few weeks .
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Are the sliders angled or flat (hard to tell from here)? Also, welcome to T3G - your rig and that color are awesome.

Slight angle up just like in the one above

I helped nate install his in Pelfrey’s parking lot. So that should say how easy hey are to install. Mine will be done in a few weeks .
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I got my Pelfreybilt sliders about three weeks ago. I waited the grueling lead time for them and it was well worth it. Well built, love the design, along with the look. I also got there aluminum skids. They are local for me and that is one reason I went with them. I plan on getting there bumpers down the road. If you’re able to wait I would highly recommend Pelfreybilts products. Keep up the good work!
20C8BD89-D3C4-4B1B-8638-C344BA38AE1E.jpeg


Looks great!!!

-Pelfreybilt
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Highly recommend Pelfrey sliders. I got mine and are pretty pleased! Ordered a rear bumper from them as well and now I'm just waiting! Awesome products and super pleased with their customer service. And they support the military! Pics are on my build-page.

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