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yeah i really done like how far away from the body they are did you happen to take any pictures of how they mount
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I'll go take pics now.
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your the man thanks alot
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They're pretty much exactly like Matt's.

The front has this bracket that they bolt to. This is on the driver's side.
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And the rear, they bolt into the holes under the rear door
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I tried to get pics of the bars, but they're too deeply buried in my shed.

Paint peeled rockers FTW
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yeah but mikes is still a 4r your truck wont mount under the door like that you need to find someone with a 2 door to see how it would mount on yours
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yeah thats what i thinking too
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Here's a suggestion. Get underneath your truck and see where they attach.
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Could always duct tape and zip tie em. lol
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Here's a suggestion. Get underneath your truck and see where they attach.
sry my truck is 100 miles away and i cant just go look at it and the new style steps probably don't mount the same im glad some people can help me and not be a dick.
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All you have to do is look when your truck is back. Simple.

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com dwn now gyus. he gott wht hey aksid four.
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mike any idea how much it would be to ship those to my 17057
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even though you're in PA and not that far away, the packaging will be rediculously large and slightly heavy, probably costing a good $75-100 in the low range probably.

They're just sitting in my shed and I have no plans to ever reinstall them on my truck. I still have the hardware for them in a box in my truck. I'll have to send them UPS or something.
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Newer 2dr step rails.....uninstalled.......

Looking at a passenger side step...











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