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Old 12-08-2004, 07:29 PM
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Chrome Wheel-to-Wheel Step Bars Installed

I had to get these as my latest mod. It's nice being able to step up and reach over the bed. Made by Iron Cross Automotive. $500 at a local accessory store. Also, I removed my black Westin step bars and they are for sale in the classifieds. JP
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Old 12-08-2004, 07:40 PM
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Dude, those look sweet!
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I actually thought about doing the same thing this last week ... going to a wheel-to-wheel black step bar. I just don't have the spare fundage at this time. Plus, I don't know how easily I could sell the ones I currently have.

Below is a list of potential sellers of such items that I've posted a few times (in case anyone needs them) ... in no particular order:

* http://www.westinautomotive.com/page...0apps-ALL.html
* http://www.premiermotoring.net/cgi-b...tml?catid=1248
* http://www.everythingoffroad.com/ind...alog326_0.html
* http://www.truckspecialties.com/West...heel_Steps.htm
* http://www.truckstuffusa.com/noname3.html
* http://www.pickupspecialties.com/Nerf-Bars-ww-Ford.htm
* http://www.truckxccessory.com/truckx...t-24-4130.html
* http://www.truckaccessoriesworld.com/westin/24-4130.htm
* http://www.runningboardworld.com/westin/24-4130.htm
* http://www.truckaddons.com/Catalog/s...nStepBars2.htm
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Old 12-09-2004, 08:54 AM
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Looks great. That was one of the hardest decisions I had to make on my truck, wether to get regular or wheel-to-wheel. I went wsith the regular.
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I sure like the look!
I am looking to do the same sort of set up.

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Old 12-09-2004, 11:36 PM
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I wish I had read this before I ordered my westen bars today.

Looks good though. I was unsure as to chrome or black or cab long or what but decided on the westin platinum series black cab long ones. Im not a huge fan of chrome except the bumpers any my truck is True blue metallic so black will blend.
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I'm looking at your vent visors. Do they actually serve any purpose other than cosmetic?
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Re: Chrome Wheel-to-Wheel Step Bars Installed

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I had to get these as my latest mod. It's nice being able to step up and reach over the bed. Made by Iron Cross Automotive. $500 at a local accessory store. Also, I removed my black Westin step bars and they are for sale in the classifieds. JP
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to step over the bed, I use the rear wheel. at $500 for step bars I will keep using the wheel :o
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I'm looking at your vent visors. Do they actually serve any purpose other than cosmetic?
Keep water out if you want to roll your window down slightly when it's raining. Also help to deflect wind away from the cab if you window is down. Jp
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Re: Re: Chrome Wheel-to-Wheel Step Bars Installed

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to step over the bed, I use the rear wheel. at $500 for step bars I will keep using the wheel :o
Easy when you have the Stock LT275s. A little more effort when you have 35s. Plus, I like the look. JP
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Keep water out if you want to roll your window down slightly when it's raining. Also help to deflect wind away from the cab if you window is down. Jp


What holds them on?
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