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05-21-2019 01:21 PM
bigrt These are on mine when I bought it, don't know what kind, they are mounted to the frame. I do like them for ease of access to box and I'm 250lb and there solid.

Also installed bumper step much easier to get in the box.

https://www.bestop.com/dodge-ram/201...s/exhausts-no/
05-19-2019 01:15 PM
goldhunter_2 My truck has the power drop down AMP Research, running boards there nice make it easy for me to get in with my bad leg only down side is a good old fashion tube step keep idiots from opening their car doors into your truck and teh amp are all folded up so they don't
05-16-2019 01:56 PM
2500/6 https://duckduckgo.com/?q=luverne+tr...mHDCrewCab.jpg
05-16-2019 09:53 AM
Pufferman
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Originally Posted by xxwabbit View Post
How do the AMP power steps perform in snow and ice? Does ice accumulation prevent movement?
Always carry a large hammer...
05-16-2019 09:24 AM
xxwabbit How do the AMP power steps perform in snow and ice? Does ice accumulation prevent movement?
05-16-2019 03:17 AM
duncan1 I like the style of Nfab steps.
05-13-2019 06:12 PM
bighorntactical thx look like stout stuff
05-13-2019 04:56 PM
Pufferman
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Originally Posted by bighorntactical View Post
which ones are those
white knuckle offroad
05-12-2019 07:19 PM
bkmillerjr Addition to my last posting

https://www.ariesautomotive.com/part/205008-2

This is the web-link to ARIES shoeing the running boards I have recommended.

Cheers. BKMJr
05-12-2019 07:07 PM
bkmillerjr Like you I wanted to add a few functional customisations to my 2004.5 RAM 2500. ARIES Automotive's 3" shiny SS "side bars" have been mounted for 15-years. (They are tubular, not "bars".)

Very robust, at 167,000 miles they still look and function great ... despite my bride's occasional "adventures". Example: running into/over concrete curbs, unknown road hazards, "small" boulders, etc. Tubes are straight, level, and
shiny.

Aries' "current" model and specs follow.
> Style: 3" Round Polished SS Side Bars (round tubes)
> Mount Type: Frame
> Part Number: 205008-2
> MSRP: $380.10 USD
> "Street Price": under $175 USD
> Source: Amazon.com

FYI, efforts to upload three pics have failed. Sorry.

Hope this proves beneficial.

Cheers. BKMJr
05-12-2019 03:38 PM
bighorntactical which ones are those
05-12-2019 01:29 PM
Pufferman

i want rock rails that doubles as boards
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