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hi i was searching for rock sliders and couldnt find any, but came across this shop who would be willing to make them but need a touareg for fitting purposes.
i have a 2006 v10 touareg and looking to have those rock sliders. the shop is happy to help as they say on their web site,and if i read correctly the person who leaves his treg at the shop for the developement gets the rock sliders free...
any volunteers?:)

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Not sure of the time all they said was they needed for the time it took but conctact them and say that Denis lepine sent an email for a toureg 2006 v10. And they will give you more info ... Let me know.
 

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Just checked the email and see no name , but my email starts with simracer...
So he knows . And ask for skid plates please.:)
Thx!
 

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The only difference on a v8 vs v10 is that my tranny bolts a few inches back than yours if my memory is good ?.
 

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Did you get any feedback?


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3 days if i remember correctly.
 

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Well thats good news.! We have to be patient


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Anyone else interested in sliders?

Yeah a groupe buy for any of those products skid plates rock sliders and tire rack, Would be great!:laugh:
 

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Anyone else interested in sliders?
Yes. But wouldn't be able to purchase until late next year. I don't think the undercarriage of a T1/T2 is THAT different, but who knows what they changed! LOL!!

I'd like to see them be compatible with Dragline's aluminum skid plates, or bash plates as they call them down there. :- )
 

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For a rear mounted tire rack I went with a Wilco. Also got the mount plates for two Scepter cans. Maxtrax mount well behind the tire and the Trash-a-roo hangs from the tire. As we rally and off-road we purchased two tow hooks for the rear. Then welded brackets from the hooks to the hitch-gate for stability. Ever see folks with bicycles mounted out back? We did not want our gear rocking back & forth like the bicycles do!
 

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