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Hey guys, need help picking some after market side steps. I am looking for the simple one foot step in style. I just want to get the right ones so I don’t need to weld them on. Any suggestions?
 

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Yeah, staying away from power. Just looking for a simple less expensive step.
 

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Where did you get the invisible steps? They look great on the truck!
 

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I have Carr's on mine. Partsgeek.com has them pretty reasonable
 

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I went with the Bully Brand side-steps because I really wanted the door sill support strap inside vs. others I'd seen with just the mounting bolts coming through the body. The supporting interior bracket will provide better support over times wear and tear and in the case of breaking the aluminum step off, should reduce door sill damage.


 

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I went with the Bully Brand side-steps because I really wanted the door sill support strap inside vs. others I'd seen with just the mounting bolts coming through the body. The supporting interior bracket will provide better support over times wear and tear and in the case of breaking the aluminum step off, should reduce door sill damage.


That's a good option... Should be pretty easy to add to any stirrup step, shouldn't it?
 

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I imagine it would be. Only difference would be a smooth, potentially slippery bar/strap instead of the one I have with some textured grip to it. That's easily addressed though, with sticky sandpaper, textured coatings, etc., etc. but probably not an issue.
 

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I bought my Carr steps from 4wheelonline a few years ago. They are sturdy enough although I don't put all of my weight on them.
 
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