Red Mazda BT50 Uneek 4x4 Rock Sliders AutoCraze

Buy your rock sliders at AutoCraze today and smash it off-road this weekend with confidence. Give yourself that sense of security knowing that your ride will be protected from stray rocks. Equip your rig with a set of rock sliders for maximum clearance, protection and strength. All rock sliders sold at AutoCraze are engineered to exceed. Rain, hail or shine, Autocraze has you covered.

Uneek 4x4 Rock Sliders

Uneek 4x4 rock sliders

If you're looking for quality 4x4 accessory in the market for your rig then AutoCraze can vouch that Uneek 4x4 is one of the best off-road accessories on the market to date. Uneek 4x4 accessories are designed to be bolted on with no welding required.

Uneek 4x4 combination of RHS steel and round tube has given it some serious strength while still making it relatively light for off-road use.

These Uneek 4x4 rock sliders are some of the toughest 4x4 accessories out there in the market today. Designed to take on a barrage of abuse when going off-roading. However, they're also designed to collapse in a road accident to ensure that your airbags will still work.


► Proudly made in Australia
► Air Bag Compliant (tested by an independent certifier)
► Suits Ford Ranger and Mazda BT50 2011- current
► Heavy duty steel construction
► Rock slider has a step incorporated into it
► Welded on tube is angled up 30 degrees for better off-road clearance
► Bolt on tread plate up top is stamped 2mm sheet with burst out profile that offers superior grip to diamond plate
►Each end cap to the rectangular section has 3 welded on nuts for other accessories like scrub rails, roof rack supports or mud flaps
► Easy instal mounts directly to chassis with no drilling cutting or welding
► Powder coated in textured black



Rock Slider Finishes

Several different coatings are available for rock sliders. However, if you wheel your truck hard through 4x4 trails, coatings won’t matter. There is no coating that will stand up to repeated abuse on rocks.

There are three finishes you can get from manufacturers. They are:

Bare metal - This is cheaper than a finished slider. Since you’re going to prep, prime, and coat the sliders you can do whatever you want to them, including painting them pink and stencilling on the outline of a Colt M1911.

Painted - Usually black, sometimes other basic colours.

Powder coated - This is the next level of swank. While it is a beautiful, hard coating, it will chip if kissed by enough rocks. Most normal people don’t have the equipment to do powder coating and most fab shops farm this out anyway. It’s only worth the extra expense if you won’t be seriously scraping your sliders. Powder coating is better for 4x4 campers and mudders. Powder coated sliders cost significantly more than bare metal.


Why Do You Need A Rock Slider?

There's those who love to smash it off-road on the weekend with their rig and there are those who just want to cruise around the sand and down the trail looking for that beautiful spot. On the other hand, there's a wide range of driving styles and abilities out there, and of course different levels of acceptance of damage to your vehicle.

There are a few reasons on why you would want to get a 4x4 rock slider on your rig before going off-roading with it.

► Body protection - Rocks and logs that can come really close to denting or ripping a massive hole in the body of your rig.
► Kickout - some 4x4 rock sliders come with a kicker. What this means is that your rock slider has a little bump at the back of the slider that pushes your rig over and away from an obstacle. Protecting your body and keeping your rear tire out of the obstacle.
► Pivot Point - For those who want to take your off-roading experience to the next level.
► Recovery/Stabilizer Point - High-quality rock sliders that have adequate attachments points for flipping you back on your tyres if you are to roll over when off-roading.
► Step -  If your rock slider is wide enough it can provide you with enough room to jump off or on

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