SKU: T4RN5-ROKS-01A Category:


This product is made to order and has a lead time, It may take a few months. Reach out to us for the current lead time before ordering. All order cancellations will be charged a 5% fee.

The rocker panel is one of the most vulnerable areas on your 4Runner when driving offroad. Factory steps and aftermarket Nerf bars look nice but are made of thin material and are typically mounted to the body which won’t do much to protect your truck.

ShrockWorks rock sliders are extremely strong. They are constructed of 2” square tubing and 1.75” round tubing. They bolt directly to the frame using 1/4” thick, gusseted mounting plates that tie into both the side and bottom of the frame. This nets you a much stronger frame attachment vs. simply bolting to the side of the frame. They make great Hi-Lift jack lift points and will easily withstand impacts from any obstacle you may come across on the trails.

The Dimpled Tread Plate option is perfect for those needing a usable step into the vehicle but not wanting to sacrifice functionality as a rock slider. Instead of a 30* upward angle, like the standard tubular support sliders, the Dimpled Tread Plate sliders lay flat. Two formed plates bridge the gap between the outer round tube of the rock slider and the main square tube. Once welded in place, these tread plates increase the rigidity of the sliders as well as act as traction aids, making the sliders more functional as steps. The standard sliders can be used as steps as well but you’re only stepping on a single piece of 1.75″ round tubing. The tread plates add to the style and finish of the rock sliders as well.

– 2″ square and 1.75″ round tubing
– 1/4″ frame plates
– 45 lbs per slider
– sold as a set, driver & passenger side

– Choose from several powder coating options or bare steel
– Standard tubular support only or Dimpled Tread Plates
– TE style rocker trim kit, for 2010-2013 SR5 and Limited models

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2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019

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