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  1. Some supporting pics... Sliders aren't attached here, just resting on jacks before I changed the mounts, but you can see how badly they jammed up into the pinch seam and rocker panel. Front leg: Rear leg: There's just nothing to prevent them from shifting upward except the pinch seam. How it sits today with my QX4 mounts, but you can see the lack of a gap at the door corner and further back. Doesn't hinder the door, though, but does rub just enough. The slider bodies are stout enough, though. No complaints there; just the mounting style I disliked. Shot of reinforced OE mounts and trail abuse since (my muffler has taken a beating): Here's basically how I had converted OE step rail mounts for use on mine and R50JR's sliders. I really liked the results. Just chopped off the legs and cut side plates to stiffen them up.
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  2. Thanks for the thoughts. I did drain oil and stuck in borescope, so far havent seen it but the scope flops around and not easy to navigate. Going to try again today/tomorrow, tape it to a wire to keep it from flopping etc. From my best judgement I think the tip (in my case is/was @2" long and rectangular maybe 1/8" each side) is in the sump part... still trying to convince myself. Stay tuned - thanks.
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  3. For a sec I thought that 4runner was your pathfinder. Looks like a fun snow day Sent from my Pathfinder
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  5. This past weekend it got a little dirty. Sent from my LGMS395 using Tapatalk
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  6. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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