I ordered the Accuride special part number. It comes with 1 locking slide and 1 non locking slide in a package. I used 3- 28" left locking pairs and 1- 26" right locking pair for a drawer set I did for someone.
So my Jeep is a 12 JKU Sahara on 2.5" lift and 37s. 4.88 gears. I like the look, but from a daily driver status or overland status, I regret it. And they are the 37x13.5r17 Cooper STT Pros. Milage went down pretty good as well.
My brothers Jeep is a 12 JKU Rubicon on 3.5" lift and 4.10 gears...
We keep it back there more often than not. Might be on or off depending. But we don't get in a rush to empty it, just leave it on. We keep milk and cheese for the kids in it a lot.
Nice just to have when grocery shopping even. Needing to make a stop with cold items is not a big deal. Love ours.
My brother has a 12K EXP. And my dad has a 10K Zeon Platinum. Both are awesome. I have my pros and cons for each.
-Automatic engaging clutch
-Wireless controls optional (not nearly convenient as Zeons)
-We hardwired in cab winch controls using the existing controller...
I built everything myself except the drawer slides. The drawer slides are KV 28" lock in/lock out slides. Rated for 500 lbs. in shop settings, 300 lbs. in automotive settings, and 150 lbs. when turned on their sides. I think the side rating is greatly exaggerated.
The frame I mounted them too...
My brother and I bought the 6db antenna. And then have a few buddies with the stock antennas. Impressed with both so far.
A buddy and I were talking across our smaller town about 5 miles as the crow flies, a 27" NMO fixed antenna and a stock antenna. My buddy said he could hear me crystal...
My drawer slides have been done for a while. Finally got the shelf finished. Really like this set up for a daily driver. Pretty flexible.
Just need to get a divider between the shelf and back seat.
The gas can is actually a cooler. Not hauling gas in the cab.