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Old 03-28-2013, 08:01 AM
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how does the L brackets that hold the step bolt to the frame. I see the holes but there not threaded. If you have a picture of what it looks like please post
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Riv-nuts have to be installed and collapsed in order to mount the steps. They should have been included along with the collapsing tool when you got the steps.
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if i buy a set used how can i install on my truck
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You'll need to see a dealer about purchasing a set of riv-nuts so you can in stall them.
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My steps, which aren't OEM, had some flat steel that the bolts screw into that give you something to thread into.
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i went to dealer and picked up the riv-nuts and bolts. thanks for the replys
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