Megawatt™ Performance Rock Sliders with Step for R1S

$2,199.00 $2,499.00 Save $300

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The Rivian R1 is the perfect vehicle to tackle the outdoors. It's high ground clearance and individual wheel control enable it to navigate rocky terrain with ease. Even the most capable vehicles and drivers, however, can get hung-up on rocks and logs, which can result serious rocker panel damage or worse. Rock sliders help guard against this off-road hazard to keep your truck protected.

Unsatisfied with current Rivian offerings, a team of early owners and longtime off-roaders assembled to engineer the strongest rock slider on the market that can serve as an R1S running board, yet stand up to even the most punishing abuse. What they arrived at is the latest product from Megawatt™ performance products.

Make no mistake, this product is a rock slider first with the added benefit of serving as a convenient Rivian step. Given the weight of the Rivian R1S, and the potential for extreme forces while off-roading, we felt a purpose-built protection solution be crafted first. Only then could added features like a running board step be added.

The Rivian R1S has a curb weight of almost 7,100 lbs. That is close the weight of a Dodge RAM 3500 MegaCab. As such, we used proven slider methods for vehicles like these to benchmark the Megawatt™ Rivian R1S rock slider. We then adapted this formula to fit the lines and unique architecture of the Rivian. The result is not only a rock solid, highly functional slider, but a side-step that looks great.

      Megawatt final typemark full color

      CONSTRUCTION

      100% DOM (drawn over mandrel) USA steel

      Main slider:

      • 2" diameter box steel
      • .188" thickness

      Rub rail:

      • 1.75" diamter tube steel
      • .120" thickness

      Mounting brackets:

      • .125" plate

      Weight:

      • Approximately 65 pounds per side

      FINISH

      Each slider is enveloped in flat black via a unique four-stage process.

      1. Each slider and its top plate is coated in primer.
      2. Top plates are welded to the slider
      3. Assembled sliders are powder coated in a high-heat oven
      4. A probe is inserted and run the length of the tube to coat the inside with paint

      We realize this might sound like a lot of work to coat a piece of metal. (It is)! However, this process ensures maximum coverage, which in-turn improves corrosion resistance and longevity.

      Frequently Asked Questions

      What tools do I need to install my rock sliders?

      Can I access the factory jack points?

      Can I jack up the truck by the sliders?

      Is this compatible with the Rivian Underbody Shield?

      Can I pick my sliders up?

      Can I retain my factory under plastics?

      Why don't your sliders cover the area between the frame and the underbody shield?

      Do you warranty your sliders finish?