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N-Fab steps installed!


GasHog369

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Bought some steps for the truck after I always said I would never get them.. Only reason I did was I can see wear allready on the leather seats from sliding in and out. So I went on the hunt for something strong, and most of all looked good and had a good warranty.

I went with the N-Fab C1173QC.

After figuring out the directions and how they were fairly universal, It was simple to bolt on.

Quality of steps seems great. Theres a little flex when standing on them but thats to be expected when a big guy steps on them, LOL.

II did have to remove the molded mud flaps in front tho. It honestly gave me an excuse to remove them as they always were a collection spot for slush and snow in winter. I havent removed the rear mud flaps yet. I likely will tho because I dont think they look good.

 

Soon enough I will have a set of these up for sale to... Long story but I got a set in with a gouge of paint missing and the supplier made good and didnt want the other set back, So if your in the buffalo / ny area and are interested, let me know.

 

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Look very similar to my Go-Rhino Dominator II's. Huh, it's like they are all made in the same factory, in, oh, lets say China haha

 

But they do look awesome. I was having the same issue, sliding in and off of my leather seats. It doesn't help with a lifted truck either

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I almost went with the go rhino ll, and was talked out of them by another member saying they werent holding up to weather / rusting and not strong. So i went this route...

 

Here is the 2nd set I have listed.

 

http://www.gm-trucks.com/forums/topic/152204-n-fab-steps-c1173qc/?do=findComment&comment=1339238

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I almost went with the go rhino ll, and was talked out of them by another member saying they werent holding up to weather / rusting and not strong. So i went this route...

 

Here is the 2nd set I have listed.

 

http://www.gm-trucks.com/forums/topic/152204-n-fab-steps-c1173qc/?do=findComment&comment=1339238

 

I've had mine for 5years. No rust and they're plenty strong.

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