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Old 10-04-2009, 08:12 AM
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Anyone Have these?

I want a step to help this old man I know get into his truck bed easier.

I've seen the Amp brand for the rear bumper and the Carr brand for the side/toolbox. Just wanting some ideas and opinions.

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CARR Tool Box Steps

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My old man has them on his truck. They help, but if you got mud on your boots they can be slick. Just something to look out for. Also, I've noticed that the bolt(s) that hold them on come lose, so use some locktite.
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My old man has them on his truck. They help, but if you got mud on your boots they can be slick. Just something to look out for. Also, I've noticed that the bolt(s) that hold them on come lose, so use some locktite.
Which set does he have? Are they esay to use..in/out?
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Hes got those CARR's, they can be easy to use in and out. But again, if the man has any back issues or anything like that it can be an issue. Also, if any debris get's under em it can cause them to stick. All in all, they are useful, but I feel like they could've been better thought out. It also depends on what kind of truck he has?
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