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Moving Factory Running Boards 05 SD

I was wondering if there is a write-up or anything of if it can even be done. I want to raise my factory 05 250sd chrome running boards up the hang down so much wondering if possible???
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ive seen it done

dude said he took them off, and drilled new mounting holes in the brackets laying in his driveway. Not sure if he cut any of the excess or unused off.

Its worth a try!

you could always make your own brackets out of square tubing or steel if you needed


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Yeah that's the only thing i could think of being the easiest. and the way the factory has them there not the strongest holding none moving boards out there
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