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22 2500 HD too tall

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When I was younger I would put lift kits on my truck and bigger tires, this is my first 3/4 ton truck, just came from a 1500 2WD. 
this beast is too tall. Running boards will be installed at the dealer in 9 days, it's been 2 weeks of missery pulling these old bones up in there a couple times a day. I have to carry a milk crate if the wife is getting in. She hurt her shoulder her first time getting in. I'm hoping things get better with the big wide factory running boards.

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Yep these trucks are tall. I had 2004 GMC 2500 4x4. I carried a step to get in the bed a little easier when camping. Great I order a truck with the multi-pro tailgate and thinking I no longer need to carry step. Wrong! :) Now I need the step just to check the oil.

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I just installed drop steps on mine only for the wife and kids. I’m 6’1” and athletic and I wouldn’t put a step on and getting down I feel like I might just jump past the step upon exit. 

I do however feel the steps I put on will save me from door dings!!

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