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Old 08-29-2010, 07:24 AM
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Want to put rockrails/sliders/side steps on the 99. Something that can be used to step up in the truck yet sturdy/strong enough to act as a rock rail more than once should they ever need to be.

Have seen some real junk hanging off some of these trucks and really want something that will hold up and function when needed.

Any recommendations out there?
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what you want will have to be fabricated. probably out of 3" black iron pipe. you will need to have at least 3/8" brackets made up to hold it up, and on the truck. to make it crush proof, you will need a 1x1 angle welded all along the back to keep the brackets from bending, and breaking.its all doable, but if you have no welder, or torch ,it could get pricey.
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