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Discussion in 'Relentless Off-Road Fabrication' started by NateMob, Apr 23, 2014.

  1. Apr 23, 2014 at 8:10 AM
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    NateMob

    NateMob [OP] New Member

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    Could you give us a no bullshit update on your products for the 3rd gens? Both front and rear bumpers have been listed on your site for quite some time but i am much more interested in what you have developed and in mind for the full set of skids!

    I know you have some 3rd gens around the shop, tell the Taco guys you have some priority items you need to work on!

    Thanks.

    Nathan
     
  2. Apr 23, 2014 at 9:05 AM
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    Relentless

    Relentless Offroad armor Fabricating beast! Vendor

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    Lifted on 35s and Relentless Armored, too much to list!
    Hey Nate
    You're right, I do have a 3rd gen around a lot... I own a '98 with which I intended to jump into the 3rd gen market with an expo type build. I've got lots of plans, just been side tracked with how much other work is on the table right now when it comes to other existing armor orders (yeah I know... Tacoma's :rolleyes:) and other work for local contractors.
    As you know, a full armor line is our priority- Skids, sliders, and front/rear bumpers. Also a roof rack down the line most likely and certainly some LED bar roof mounting brackets as well with our recent foray into the LED market.
    When it comes to skids, we'll certainly have a great offering. Being an owner of both a 3rd gen 'runner and a 1st gen Tacoma, I'll be using and abusing my products 1st hand. They'll offer great coverage and strength to match the Relentless namesake. With a Mechanical engineering background in college I see places that can be improved upon in nearly every other companies products, I'll be sure to address these concerns and not cut corners!

    Best I can say about when to expect everything is sometime late this spring and into summer. Skids and sliders are first, bumpers to follow. My '98 is stripped of all the components and we've been pulling the thing in/out of the shop for months in anticipation. The thing is that I'm the one that designs all the armor myself, and we're a bit short handed at the moment. We did just post up a job listing a few days ago though and I'm doing some interviews for another employee to help take some load off myself and let me get out of the office and get done more of what I do best... design and fab armor! Heres to hoping I get the position filled quickly and can get out there and design this all soon- You're certainly not the only one waiting in anticipation! :cool:
     
  3. Apr 23, 2014 at 11:30 AM
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    4Running Daily

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    Don't worry Nate, I yelled at them multiple times.

    I want my DIY rear bumper now! Hahahah
     
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