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Pic Reg: mounting of stock step rails

i want to see how the newer style step rails mount to the truck i would like to have something on my ranger like this once i put the body lift on. I also would like to have a little bit of rocker protection till i can afford sliders.

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I just took mine off yesterday, your a day too late lol
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Pic Reg?

Never style step rails?

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the steps that go under the doors the things you step on to get in if there on your truck
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He knows what your talking about, he was making fun of your misspelling.
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He knows what your talking about, he was making fun of your misspelling.
I get it now. But I was confused when I first read it.

Its been a really long day.
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i didnt even notice lol but anywho


trent can you take a pic of just the mounting bracket for me and tell me how it mounts
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i didnt even notice lol but anywho


trent can you take a pic of just the mounting bracket for me and tell me how it mounts
What style were you looking for, mine mount different than seed60's do?
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I'll sell you my Mazda ones with hardware for free + shipping.
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Downey yours take a different style then the new one's it mounts to the cab bolts
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do the new ones bolt to the through floor?
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Those pics are the exact nerf bars i have on mine
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do they look like the ones that matt posted
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well the 2 door to 4 door cab mounts are different. the back mount is the differnt one the front is the same.
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What style were you looking for, mine mount different than seed60's do?
you've got a 2dr....

Seed's got a 4dr....
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so the 2 door ones would work on my truck? does anyone have pictures of how the 2 door ones mount?
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ive got 2dr ones that wont fit my 4dr one. lol.
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but being a 94 will they bolt up?
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you've got a 2dr....

Seed's got a 4dr....
Mine are a different style bar completely.
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ya...but if it's a factory ford(like marie's bars that are just like yours) they mount the same way as the other factory bars....AND 4dr and 2dr brackets and different.
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so i have to make custom brackets to work with my truck
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do they look like the ones that matt posted

Yeah and they say Mazda on them. They're sitting in my shed collecting dust.

My dad has the chrome one on his '08 that you're looking for. If I had those I'd have left them on. They look so much nicer and are closer to the body and don't hang down like 3 feet.
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so they hand down they arent up tight to the body like Matts? take a pictures of them for my plz
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My fugly ones
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my dad's. sorry for the crappy pic. They sit nice and close to the rockers. They look sooo much nicer.
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