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Old 07-23-2013, 01:41 PM
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Damn!! $285! That's not bad at all. They can send me some with a small scratch for that price. I just haven't decided if I want to put steps on mine or not anymore. Right now I'm kind of leaning against it just because I like the really clean look of no flares or steps or anything like that on my truck.
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Damn!! $285! That's not bad at all. They can send me some with a small scratch for that price. I just haven't decided if I want to put steps on mine or not anymore. Right now I'm kind of leaning against it just because I like the really clean look of no flares or steps or anything like that on my truck.
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Damn!! $285! That's not bad at all. They can send me some with a small scratch for that price. I just haven't decided if I want to put steps on mine or not anymore. Right now I'm kind of leaning against it just because I like the really clean look of no flares or steps or anything like that on my truck.

Originally I didn't really want steps either. Since I'm only on the 3" body lift I didn't wanna sacrifice any of the "look" of my lift with a set of steps. But after the few months I've had the truck my driver's seat is already showing wear from sliding in and out so I pulled the trigger on them.
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I know! Those are the ones I really want but they're so much money!

At the moment I don't have a girl to worry about.... but one of my really good friends who I have a bit of a thing going on with even said that if someone can't get in to my truck, they don't deserve to be in it. So I like her attitude on that. lol.

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Originally I didn't really want steps either. Since I'm only on the 3" body lift I didn't wanna sacrifice any of the "look" of my lift with a set of steps. But after the few months I've had the truck my driver's seat is already showing wear from sliding in and out so I pulled the trigger on them.
Ya that's what I'm worried about.... I definitely don't want to be wearing out my seat like that. And like you said, I don't want to make my truck look any lower by putting the steps on. That's one of the reasons I've been considering that AMP powersteps.
The other thing that's happened to me a few times now is the seat popping my wallet out of my back pocket when I slide out. Luckily I've noticed every time so far but it would really suck if I didn't.
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I woulda loved to go with the Amp's too. They are far superior to anything else, but being that I have the body lift, they would require a lot of modification to make them mount up correctly..... not to mention if I spent $1000+ on steps my girl would have my ballz in a vise.
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Steps would help greatly with preserving the seats
My jeep doesn't have steps and I hop in to avoid ruining the seats
I will be grabbing steps though as its getting old hopping in. Lol
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I woulda loved to go with the Amp's too. They are far superior to anything else, but being that I have the body lift, they would require a lot of modification to make them mount up correctly..... not to mention if I spent $1000+ on steps my girl would have my ballz in a vise.
Ya definitely. I never thought about the mods that would be required for them with a body lift but I can definitely see where that would be a pain.
But ya, I just don't think I can justify spending the $1000 just on steps.... If I do get some steps I'll probably end up going with N Fabs or RBP like yours.

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Steps would help greatly with preserving the seats
My jeep doesn't have steps and I hop in to avoid ruining the seats
I will be grabbing steps though as its getting old hopping in. Lol
Right now I'm trying to do the same thing. lol. Getting in isn't too bad. I can just grab the "oh shit" handle and pull myself up. I have super long legs so that's not an issue. It's the sliding out that's going to do it. I've been trying to plant my one leg and kind of push myself out as much as I can but you still end up sliding down the edge of the seat.
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Those steps are now on my list thanks to you... and You make me hate my truck. Its so beautiful :/
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Hey man beautiful truck! How was the exhaust modified to match with the lift? Any close-up pics? Thinking of doing the 3" bl and level instead of a suspension lift and this is the only thing im still trying to figure out.
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damn it.... why must you post beautiful trucks with body lifts.... If i wouldnt have just bought a dirtbike and another gun i would be buying me a body lift right now.... literally
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