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Old 08-14-2010, 12:27 AM
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New side steps. Need suggestions!!

I have an Iron Bull front bumper, and I just ordered the rear bumper also. Now that i'm getting rid of most of the chrome on the truck, i'm thinking the chrome steps are going to be out of place. So i'm looking into getting maybe some ranch hand steps. Anybody have any advice or prices on this? And i was also wondering if these steps would be sufficient for a lifted truck, or if they wont offer a good enough step up into the truck. Thanks!!

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Old 08-14-2010, 06:15 AM
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Do a set of amp research power steps they are sweet everyone that has them loves them including me! they are a little pricey but worth it sometimes you can find a used set!
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Old 08-14-2010, 06:38 AM
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Do a set of amp research power steps they are sweet everyone that has them loves them including me! they are a little pricey but worth it sometimes you can find a used set!
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i've seen a few trucks that have those. do you know about how much they run?
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I got mine from Raul at stealth he had a deal for like $1100 or $1200 can't remember they cost a bit but worth it! plus the look on peoples face when you open the door is priceless!
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Old 08-14-2010, 09:41 AM
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I got mine from Raul at stealth he had a deal for like $1100 or $1200 can't remember they cost a bit but worth it! plus the look on peoples face when you open the door is priceless!
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yeah..thats pretty pricy. i'd love to have them, but i dont know if i can bring myself to pay that much. i've got a few other things lined up right now, so those might have to wait.
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I had mine made. Ho' made. My son fabricated them for me. I love 'em. He is very talented and did an excellent job!

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I had mine made. Ho' made. My son fabricated them for me. I love 'em. He is very talented and did an excellent job!

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thats awesome! i wish i knew had to do something like/have the tools for it.
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I would check out the N-fab steps.
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I would check out the N-fab steps.
awesome. do you know how much they run?
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i paid 5xx formy n fabs
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