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Old 02-26-2008
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Pics of step bars

I got some step bars and put them on. What do you guys think?

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They look good, I love how the step bars cover up just that little bit of frame that shows from a bodylift.
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Me too. Thats one of the reasons I got them. The other being so my girlfriend could get in easier, lol.
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i like em... i have the same ones
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DDAAAMMMIIITTT, all i see is the red x of death1!!!!
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They look good with the color of your truck.
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badass!! how easy wus install?
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badass!! how easy wus install?
Install was actually a little harder then I thought. I had no idea were they bolted up to and what not so I was playing the guessing game for a while. After I figured out where they bolted up to it was fairly easy. It can be a one man job no problem as long as you can lift 45lbs.
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I like them. Mine come in handy when hitting the mud/snow of my boots.

Other then that they are useless to step on. The OEM ones are tucked too close under the side. If they stuck out at least another 2 or 3inches it would be a functional step bar.
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i had that problem, so i made brackets that dropped them 2" and kicked them out 2" now they are functional. i also have a brace at each mounting corner to keep the added leverage from breaking off the cab mount studs. Name:  trucksnowpics012.jpg
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They look good to me. If ever I had to get steps on my truck they would be the Carr Steps:
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looks good man, i color matched mine! lol again, truck looks real good....
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They look good to me. If ever I had to get steps on my truck they would be the Carr Steps:
One of my buddies has these on his truck, and the black paint on them has peeled off where you step
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