Nissan Xterra 2005-2015 Rock Sliders

(2 customer reviews)

From: $630.00

Includes the following features:

  • Overall length of 65” maximizes coverage of the rocker from flare to flare while allowing for oversize tires and front mud flap
  • 3/16” thick x 2″ x 2” square tube main rub rail for greater foundational strength
  • 3/16” thick x 1-1/2” square tube legs to limit flexing while traversing obstacles
  • .120″ thick x 1-3/4″ outer rub rail with kick-out at rear to assist in pushing away from obstacles
  • 1/4” thick heavy duty mounting plates
  • 1/4″ thick gussets for added strength
  • Utilizes both existing factory frame holes along with drilled holes
  • Serves as a secure point to lift one side of vehicle using a high-lift
  • Mounts to the frame only
  • Fully welded and very tough
  • Each weighs approx 50 lbs.
  • Bare metal or powder coat finish
  • Grade 8 bolts and hardware included
  • Diamond top plate optional
  • Current lead time is 6-8 weeks
  • What’s the difference between HREW vs DOM?

Nissan Xterra 2005-2015 Installation Instructions

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White Knuckle 2005-2015 Nissan Xterra Rock Sliders



Additional information

Weight N/A
Dimensions 69 × 19 × 12 in
Tube steel type

HREW (Strong) +$0, DOM (Stronger) +$40


Bare Metal +$0, Matte Black Powder Coat +$140

Body Lift

Stock, 2 inch

Outer Round Tube Angle

Angled Up at 25 degrees (default), Straight away from the body (reduced)

Diamond Top Plate

None, Rear Diamond Top Plate $80-$100, Full Diamond Top Plate $120-$160

2 reviews for Nissan Xterra 2005-2015 Rock Sliders

  1. Barry Kolsky (verified owner)

    Amazing product that is not only engineered to perfectly fit on my Xterra but provides added protection and confidence when needed! Looking forward to years of abuse and pleasure.

  2. AlbatrossCafe

    Been on my truck for about 3 years. They work. The angle is perfect. Can’t see them ever breaking. Even the bolt on version is super secure after you drill the 12 new holes or whatever is required. I recommend the diamond plate in the back because I can definitely see the hole there catching your foot and causing a bad injury if you trying to to stand on them. The front is too narrow do I skipped that.

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