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mandrewbot3k

Stock 4wd with sport assist steps

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I'm looking for some steps for my new 2019 Satin Steel LT 4wd. I like the looks of the Chevy Sport Assist steps, but I currently have no plans to lift or level (or even change tires out). I'm just curious if anyone else has put these off-road style steps on their 2019 crew cab? Would love to see a picture. I know they look great on the Trail Boss and AT4, but for the money, it's a bit tough pill to swallow to just test them out. 

 

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Would love other suggestions as well. Rough Country HD2 look decent, but seem beefy for a stock pickup. 

 

Just trying to help my kids (and wife) get in the truck. 

 

This is my truck....

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I saw them today at the dealer on a truck (not a Trail Boss) same color as yours. Looked great. Didn’t get pics though. 

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Lund makes them for GM. 

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7 minutes ago, AJMBLAZER said:

Lund makes them for GM. 

happen to know who might make an unbadged version of the sport steps? I cant quite find anything like it that's not GM. 

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It’s not exactly the same but look into the Tyger Star Armor bars. I have a set and like them. Mounting points are actually better than the GM bars. 
 

Price is about half what the GM bars are. 

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1 hour ago, AJMBLAZER said:

It’s not exactly the same but look into the Tyger Star Armor bars. I have a set and like them. Mounting points are actually better than the GM bars. 
 

Price is about half what the GM bars are. 

I do like those, but am worried about my kids since the step portions are so small on them. I like the GM one because it's more like a running board without looking like one too much. 

 

I just stumbled across the Raptor Series Treadsteps which have a kind of oval/running board look, but can't find much info on them. They run $300. 

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Jeephut is having a deal on Rough country today so I grabbed the HD2 steps for $269 and the RC bedmat for $90.


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I have those same DS2 steps from RC.  I am not totally sold on them though.  They are cool looking but seem kinda low on my truck.  What height lift do you have?

 

The RC website said they had 1/2" vertical adjustment but I cannot find any way to adjust it up an down.

 

Thats a really good looking truck and photo BTW

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Yeah They are heavy, low and rather awkward, but they look nice and don't flex when i haul my 250 lbs. up on them. The truck sits up 41 inches at the top of the wheel wells all the way around with 2 inch rear blocks and 2 inch leveling kit with another inch from the Eibach E60-23-032-01-10 front shocks that i just put on. I used the second to the last ring on the shock to get  1 inch more. The steps are more comfortable on the truck now that it's lifted some.The shocks are awesome BTW. I would highly recommend them. the truck is smoother and handles much more predictably and thank you.

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Looks great. Those shocks are like the billstein 5100?  I havea 2" block on front and 1.5 rear.  really thinking about going to 2" rear.

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