I just installed the Rocky Road Super Sliders on my CC LB Canyon. Placing the order was easy and pleasant, they shipped when promised, the quality and welds are excellent, they installed easier than expected, and I had no installation issues. I've installed many sets of sliders over the last 20+ years (my own and friends), the most recent on my previous Nissan Frontier, and have lots of experience with them saving body panels. I'm confident these will meet my needs very well. I've read concerns about them on this forum, and sure, there may be some beefier options available some day, but I know these will keep me off any rock or tree hazards, especially considering I'm not going to be abusing this truck nearly as much as my much shorter wheelbase, and extremely well built Nissan. They're sliders, and all the times they've saved body panels on my other trucks, it's on tight and technical trails where forward progress sometimes finds you sliding along a rock or tree. That's sliding, not crashing.
The sliders for our long wheelbase trucks are 96" long, and do not fill the entire space between the wheel wells as you can see, but again, I'm going to be taking this truck on more mild trails than I typically did with the Nissan. I like the ability to stand on them when getting something out of the front of the pick up bed, and cleaning the windshield as well, and these will be adequate for those tasks. In addition to the side shot, I added a couple more to show the attachment points, and also to show how the pinch weld brackets nest right into the strong angle created by the pinch weld. I was surprised how thick the pinch weld was when I drilled the holes, so know that is a strong location for attachment.