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Old 06-11-2012, 03:11 PM
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Get the AMP Power Steps as well if you are able. Kids love them, girls love them...... I seem to get people coming to me everywhere I go asking about the truck and they all love the steps. Useful as all can be and keeps the sides looking clean.
do the AMP steps come down lower than the stock ones? My wife hates that first step up on the 4x4..

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do the AMP steps come down lower than the stock ones? My wife hates that first step up on the 4x4..

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They don't publish that measurement as all trucks sit at a little different height. However, they do say from the step to the door sill is 13.5". So whatever your current measurement is, will tell you if they sit lower or higher than your current step.
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download the "drops" page to see where I got the 13.5" dimension. I don't have the steps.

*edit* I just checked mine and the drop for the stock Ford (chrome package) boards is 10.5". So the AMP boards should extend down 3" lower than the Ford ones, but it will yield a 3" taller step into the cab from the AMP Power step.
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Old 06-11-2012, 04:17 PM
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What brand name is the grill and where did you get it. Also where is Iowa do you live? I lived in Sioux City for years, one of my kids still lives there. Also the Truck looks GREAT!!!
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It's a Smittybilt M1 mesh grille. Ordered online at Street Side Auto.

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Truck looks awesome. I have the 3m along the bottom side and no rock chips. A must IMO if your doing the AMP boards.
How does the 3M film look once installed? I'm considering doing the film as well.
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The 3M is just about invisible. I have it down the sides and a 12" strip across the hood. About the only time you can see it is when I've been down a real dusty back road, the dust stands out.
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