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Old 07-11-2019, 10:00 AM   #11
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pics of amp steps, brackets and bracket holes

Here are some photos of the steps, the brackets and the wiring. You can see where each bracket has two holes that line up with the holes in the van. It looks like these steps will work with a RB as well.
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Old 07-11-2019, 10:01 AM   #12
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Here are some more pics.
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Old 07-11-2019, 11:20 AM   #13
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Old 07-11-2019, 03:45 PM   #14
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You want/need these. Donít hesitate!
Ha! Trust me it's very tempting...Imagine my enthusiasm once I viewed the post from Surfvan.

Been in contact with Several manufacturers making these type power steps, and no one will even consider making them to fit (even if we did a group buy). I have to be cautious since so much is mounted underneath - Convinced I'll end up buying something when I find a Shop that would be willing to make custom brackets for the install.
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^^^ reach out to Michael (mg metalworks/expo vans). he can tell you what parts are needed to piece together long running boards from a chevy pickup. sounds like they wont go wheel to wheel, but from his description they take up a majority of the distance.
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^^^ reach out to Michael (mg metalworks/expo vans). he can tell you what parts are needed to piece together long running boards from a chevy pickup. sounds like they wont go wheel to wheel, but from his description they take up a majority of the distance.
Absolutely - Appreciate you pointing me his direction, THANKS!
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Old 07-12-2019, 11:38 AM   #17
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Here are some more pics.
Wow, I'm surprised someone has yet to scoff them up. You just can't find them anywhere.
If I didn't have the Rock-slide power steps (over $2000). I would buy them in a minute and gladly pay to ship to the East coast.
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Still for sale. Packaged up and ready to ship if needed. I grabbed a couple different quotes while I was at UPS. Shipping to Midwest is about $220. Shipping to SoCal is $190 and shipping to east coast is about $250.
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Do you have a model or part number so I can research these some more?
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Do you have a model or part number so I can research these some more?
Shoot I didnít even think to look before I packaged them. How serious do you need this? Just wondering before I unpack everything.
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