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post #1 of 10 Old 01-12-2011, 04:44 AM Thread Starter
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any one have a ballpark on the installation cost? and do yall know of anywhere cheaper than straight from the factory to order them from
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post #2 of 10 Old 01-12-2011, 05:09 AM
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Give Raul at stealth a call.He's a vendor on here.
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if you are somewhat mechanically inclined, then you should be able to install yourself. pretty straightforward. if not it cost me around 250-300 dollars to have installed. look on ebay, amazon for a better price maybe. they are well worth the money. ive had mine for 5 years now and not one problem. Amp research has great customer service too. good luck.
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thanks fellas
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+1 more for Raul he's great. And if you know anything about using a wrench, and connecting wires then do it yourself and save the money. Love my power steps


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Got mine from Raul great guy to deal with and the amp steps are fairly easy to install just take your time and read the directions!
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Autoanything has had a lot of 10 - 12% off coupons. Not sure if AMP steps were excluded.

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I talked to a local shop and they wanted $1400 for steps and $50 to install. I think I priced them on eBay for around $1200. I haven't looked into how to install them but was told they bolt right up and the power wire splices into the wire that turns your interior dome light on when you open and close your doors. I'm not sure where that wire is.
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thanks fellas, raul im lovin that price
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