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post #1 of 11 Old 12-04-2011, 06:18 PM Thread Starter
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Who has N-Fab Nerf Steps?

How do you like them and pictures would be great, thanks

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I want to get some so bad. I love the thin look of em and they are functional of course.



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i like mine pretty good, and i think they look pretty good too, only thing i didnt like, there was a gap between the truck and the rail, and u could see the pinch welds, wasnt to bad i just painted them black, but would have like the rails to sit a little closer...
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had the 6 step ones on my old f150 and loved them. they looked awesome and worked great. just for ****s/giggles



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I"m looking at these 6 steps as well. Wonder if the other ones out there are any better or more liked?

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I have some Go Rhino ones, they are the same look. Pics here My girlfriend hates them because they step is a bit to far forward and when she's in heels the bar isnt big enough for her to step on. But I just tell her its better than the alternative... none at all lol.

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I had a pair on 4 door long bed truck that went wheel to wheel. When the truck would twist crawling up a hill or through a ditch they would hit the bed fender in front of the rear wheel and dent it up. Other than that no complaints.



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that was something i was worried about when gettin the wheel 2 wheel....reason why i just went with the cab length...
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I had a pair on 4 door long bed truck that went wheel to wheel. When the truck would twist crawling up a hill or through a ditch they would hit the bed fender in front of the rear wheel and dent it up. Other than that no complaints.
I guess if you wanted to you could some how modify them and make them work to where it won't do that

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If you went with the cab length you don't have to worry about them hitting the bed. It just a gamble because the mount to the cab and hang freely all the way to the back wheel.



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