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Old 03-01-2011, 06:17 PM
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installing steps on my 89 f 350

I have the old style running boards on the truck, and have never been able to use them properly, because they are too close to the rocker panel

The truck sits high enough to where something needs to be there.

I already have a bully step on my 94.

but I really like the looks of the tube step on the superdutys. I finally found a set,
from truck champ.com, so I bought them. they went on the truck so fast, I hardly had time to take the pictures.








The only tools required were:
1. razor knife for opening the box
2. 2 5/8 wrenches
3. 2 3/4 wrenches
it's going to take me longer to remove the running board tomorrow
on the passenger side,
than it takes to install the pipe step. great product.
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Old 03-01-2011, 06:32 PM
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Man, you're gonna HAVE to get that thing painted now! They look great!
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Old 03-01-2011, 06:37 PM
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Man, you're gonna HAVE to get that thing painted now! They look great!
Was going to paint the 94 1st, but I think it'll end up being this one. the grey and white is kinda growing on me. might have to re-think my colors, even though I already bought the paint.
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Old 03-02-2011, 08:38 PM
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Practice away so you can paint my truck too, Mines only the cab doors fenders and hood Lol!
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Let me know when your ready, I'll bring my spray guns over.I'm always looking for an excuse to stop at Sonic.
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I hope your not kidding, I may have to take you up on that.
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not kidding. one panel or all. single stage, or base coat clear coat. you might have to buy at Sonic tho
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looks good Charlie
the steps that is
your paint job needs some work like mine
mine looks like a bruise-black and blue-
well some gray and rust in there to
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the truck is shadow blue.the doors and fenders are grey and white, stone guard is grey. hood is white for now, but I have a red one with no rust in it. bought the paint for the truck quite a while ago, but never got around to painting it because I thought it needed a motor. silly me.
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Steps look good Charlie.
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