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beedee 08-13-2020 06:41 PM

OEM Toyota Rock Rails, 5th gen
 
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Someone in my local T4R group posted that these are available for 5th gen. I havent been able to find much info on them. Was wondering if anyone here may have some information. All I could find was a generic photoshopped picture. Looks like no kick out though. I’m very curious though as the pricing seems pretty cheap, $187 per rail at my local dealer. (yes they sell them individually)

I called a couple local Toyota dealers and they said they could get them in about 2-3 days. One asked for my vin and then said they wouldn’t fit my 2018 SR5. They fit just fine!

Part numbers:
Toyota OEM Rock Rails

LH # PT228-89191
RH # PT228-89190
Hardware # PT228-89190-HW (5 bolts per pack, you'll need to order 2 packs)

**UPDATE**

Ok guys, I just finished installing mine and EACH RAIL BOX CONTAINED HARDWARE. So I didn't need to order the hardware, even though I ordered two bags (one for each rail).

Install took about 30 minutes by myself. I found if you remove the brake line screw closest to the rear bracket it allows you to move the line a bit and get a good angle with the socket.

All you need is a 12mm socket for this install, I used two jack stands to set the rail on to get them into position. I started with the rear most bracket, and the bottom hole. Then went to the middle bracket (only one hole) and then the front bracket, bottom hole. From there I snugged them up a bit, but not too tight. Then I inserted the front upper bolt, and then the rear upper bolt. While pushing up on the rail to get it as high as I could, I then snugged them down tightly.

D4Krunner 08-13-2020 07:04 PM

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I was also curious about this. Noticed this on their recent video.

osugsxr 08-14-2020 08:04 AM

interested in this as well, msrp shows $259 and a quick search best price I've seen so far is $200-205 range. Would like to see an actual picture of them on a 4runner but looks good from previous pic.

LED headlights available ?

Michael-Dallas 08-14-2020 11:19 AM

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Looks like the N-Fab RKR rails w/o the steps.

I left the steps on mine during a week-long camping trip in CO, where we did: Medano, Stony, Ophir, Imogene, Black Bear, and Pearl passes. I think I got the most scrapes and impacts on the steps on Pearl; the driver-side step has a small bend, but it's still solid and holding up (I also got a huge dent in the factory fuel skid).

For additional context - the N-Fab RKR rails & steps was part of the Off-Road Upgrade package that my region sold. The package also included blacked out emblems, TRD PRO wheels & tires, and carpeted & all-weather floormats, and all-weather trunk mat. We had an SR5 w/ the T-Force package where it also had the N-Fab RKR rails, but the owner left the steps off.

VLPZ760 08-14-2020 04:53 PM

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Originally Posted by beedee (Post 3531563)
Someone in my local T4R group posted that these are available for 5th gen. I havent been able to find much info on them. Was wondering if anyone here may have some information. All I could find was a generic photoshopped picture. Looks like no kick out though. I’m very curious though as the pricing seems pretty cheap, $187 per rail at my local dealer. (yes they sell them individually)

I called a couple local Toyota dealers and they said they could get them in about 2-3 days. One asked for my vin and then said they wouldn’t fit my 2018 SR5.

Part numbers:
Toyota OEM Rock Rails

LH # PT228-89191
RH # PT228-89190
Hardware # PT228-89190-HW

They will fit, i ended up installing these on my buddy's 2016 SR5

onaquest 08-14-2020 05:26 PM

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Originally Posted by VLPZ760 (Post 3531914)
They will fit, i ended up installing these on my buddy's 2016 SR5

Any chance you have some images of them? I'm wondering how beefy the mounting is.

Deuxdiesel 08-14-2020 05:32 PM

Frame mount or side step/body mount?

tls3601 08-14-2020 05:56 PM

Interested in these as well. Available in all regions?

VLPZ760 08-14-2020 06:00 PM

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Originally Posted by onaquest (Post 3531930)
Any chance you have some images of them? I'm wondering how beefy the mounting is.

Here you go, they bolt to the frame

onaquest 08-14-2020 06:06 PM

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Originally Posted by VLPZ760 (Post 3531944)
Here you go, they bolt to the frame

What a pleasant surprise. I was assuming these would be wimpy and mount like side steps. My mind's blown. :shocked:

tls3601 08-14-2020 06:22 PM

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Originally Posted by VLPZ760 (Post 3531914)
They will fit, i ended up installing these on my buddy's 2016 SR5

Can these be installed with no drilling/modifications? I would imagine so as offered by Toyota

tls3601 08-14-2020 06:24 PM

Mind blown 🤯. These have been standard equip. On Rubicon for a while. I think Toyota finally knows they are WAY behind in the off road world

papapoopski 08-14-2020 06:31 PM

Yer tellin me that I can get new OEM sliders for under $400?

Even if I had to drill to modify it would still be worth it.

Curious on the construction.

tls3601 08-14-2020 06:36 PM

Thanks for posting pics of these. When did Toyota announce these? Recently I imagine.

Bill Z 08-14-2020 06:45 PM

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Originally Posted by papapoopski (Post 3531961)
Yer tellin me that I can get new OEM sliders for under $400?

Even if I had to drill to modify it would still be worth it.

Curious on the construction.

Interesting, but if they have the same specs as the N-FAB sliders I'd be concerned about how much protection they'd actually provide:

N-FAB
.120" wall and 1.75" tubular steel

As compared to Shrockworks
2" square tube with a 0.1875" wall and 1.75" x .0.120" round tube

Your going to have less underside protection with the N-FAB sliders for sure but at roughly $450 for the OEM vs $775 for the Shrockworks they may work


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