Metal Tech 2010+ Lexus GX460 Sliders
|Expected back in stock Apr 25th 2019|
The Metal Tech 4x4 2010-Current lexus GX460 sliders with the two stage rub rail are designed for toughest abuse you can give them. These sliders are designed to work with the stock body panel panels found on the Lexus GX460s. Another unique edition to our GX460 slider system is Metal Tech 4x4's trademarked 2 stage rub rail system that has the rear kick out to push your body away from obstacle keeping your sheet metal happy. Our Lexus sliders use the unique slider body design that starts out as a flat sheet of metal that is laser cut and CNC formed into shape much like an airplane wing design. Metal Tech 4x4 sliders were originally designed to take the weight of a 6,500lb Land Cruiser and have stood the test of time. The sliders are a direct bolt on with the included, U.S. made, high alloy grade 10.9 metric bolts. These Metal Tech sliders are so strong you can lift the truck with a forklift (tested in-house!).
These are the ONLY sliders powder coated on the inside as well as the outside! Metal Tech 4x4 takes pride in the performance and look of our sliders and isn't interested in playing the “non powder coated game.” We know that the quality of our products deserves the best finish. We also are not afraid to properly pack and ship our products. Non-powder coated products may be handled like cord wood vs. properly finished parts being handled like the precision parts they are.
Estimated Install Time: 1.5 hours
Lexus GX460 Sliders fits the following vehicle(s):
- 2010-Current Lexus GX460
The BEST GX 460 Sliders
Posted by Josh on Mar 25th 2018
I ordered these sliders back in October and finally got around to installing them. Everything lined up perfectly and they went on without too much trouble (definitely loosen up the KDSS lines a lot). There isn't a better quality product out there for the GX 460 and so glad to have the extra protection when hitting the trails, or even keeping my doors safe in a crowded parking lot.
Instead of removing my factory steps I just cut them off with a reciprocating saw to leave some of the painted trim pieces.