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Old 02-25-2010, 01:44 PM
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Fabricating steps, anyone have n-fab steps?

Im making a set of n-fab, go rhino style steps for my truck. Wondering if anyone has a set on their truck and could i get some pics of how they made their mounts and everything else?

Would love your input guys!!

here is what im starting with.
The aluminum is for a flat surface on the steps


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im making the same thing right now ill take picks of everything tommoro
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im making the same thing right now ill take picks of everything tommoro
Thanks that would be great! Im going to start this weekend. have any tips for me before I start?
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Old 02-25-2010, 01:55 PM
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measure twice cut once lol. Im using my old brackets of my stock bars so its one less thing to screw up.
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Im trying to sell mine so im making my own, but yes that is always good advice I plan on taking my time so it looks good. Are you painting yours or powder coating them?
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Is that black iron pipe? Why?
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Its schedule 40 pipe, It will rust

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i have the nfab three step wheel well to wheel well ones.. if ya need specific pics lets me know and ill take em for ya
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I would like the pics. too. I want to make me some when I get done with my BBQ pit.
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I'd like to powder coat but ill have to see how much it will cost.
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