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Old 01-15-2014, 12:05 PM
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Default OEM molded running board help

I have a set of the molded running boards for the 2000-01 ram trucks.

Wanted to know if anyone has installed these before. Havent had a chance to crawl under it yet.
Are there existing mounting holes? Or will I have to drill?

Be nice to find the tech sheet on these.
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The 2002 are pretty much the same, I had to mount it directly to my frame and drill, but I have seen a few 2000 models with pre-drilled holes. I think it depends on the body style you have
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