Thanks. Yes, I also don't like the look and prefer the clean look with out. It just happens that a guy is selling me a pair for 500 bucks brand new in a box and perfect timing for me and it will help my youngest a 6 yr old get in a little eaiser on the truck.remington said:Personally I don't like the look, but you're right it makes it easier with kids.
garioch43 said:If they are brand new, they should come with instructions.
Make sure are the heavy duty ones with a rubberised coating and not the cheap frame ones with a plastic covering.
There should be captive nuts already in the chassis, if not the kit should have them. They just hammer into exisitng holes.
Each runner board has two brackets. Use blocks of wood, or something similar, to position them correctly before bolting them on.
If they come with integrated front mud flaps, then there is a littel more work involved in fitting the brackets for these in the wheel arches, but still a DIY job with a bit of care.
I got my local INDY to install my new Steel Steps for £95.00 for 1.25 hours work! Exactly the same as the OEM Install but I had already installed the stand alone front mudguards.petery said:It looks too hard, maybe $1500 install quote I got from LR Cerritos is not bad...
Sorry but I will be installing them. If you look on local listing like craigslist or flea bay you might see some from time to time. It took me 2 weeks of searching and waiting before I got this one.petery said:If you don't want it, let me have it for $500. Cheapeast quote I got was about $1500 installed from LR Cerritos. My 6 year old boy and 4 year old girl are asking for the steps...
Fleabay:mdh said:Gazellio, where did you source your steps?
They look great, I was leaning towards the side bars for appearance sake... but from reading other posts they really can't serve as a safe step.