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good hoop steps

who makes good steps for lifted trucks?

i know carr makes these:

http://www.carr.com/store/carrsuperhoop.asp

i would like black ones...anyone know if any other companies that sell these?


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post #2 of 14 (permalink) Old 12-10-2007, 08:54 PM
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Those things are horrible IMHO. Look here: www.n-fab.com

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ya thats what i ment..i wanted something that wasnt cast and more like 4130 or some form of metal hoop. i like those but i do not like how they have the nerf part..i just want steps


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Is this for your truck? Don't you have a 2wd?


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who makes good steps for lifted trucks?

i know carr makes these:

http://www.carr.com/store/carrsuperhoop.asp

i would like black ones...anyone know if any other companies that sell these?
I have those and I like them. I like the look of them and they are easy to slap on. I have the wide ones btw, not the narrow long ones. Check my pics to see what they look like

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Is this for your truck? Don't you have a 2wd?
i do..but in so cal its cool to lift 2wd trucks

i was calling around originally to find a good lift like an RCD or Donahoe but a lot of the companies only made it for the 03 style and not the new style cause i guess they changed it to ibeams and improved turning radius. I got it from all the companies "outside of Southern Cal no one lifts 2wd" but fabtech makes one and i guess the new fab tech stuff is leaps and bounds better than the old. i wouldnt ever need 4wd except at strip so im okay w/ the whole 2 wheel thing.

i am ususally completely against lifting 2wd trucks but i saw my buddies w/ a 6inch on 35s and it looks good on it. i will post pics around 1st of the year with the lift


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i saw these ones yesterday that were 2 pieces of 1/2 inch with a 2 inch diameter or so bar between the two pieces...i do not know who made it but i want them.


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Have you checked on Camburg for a 2wd lift?


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no i have not...they make a good lift?


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Anyone make something like that but alittle cheaper? I think I need one for the passenger side, but the Redneck in me likes to stay on a budget. I guess short people have a hard time getting into my truck. I can just think how much fun it will be when I put 35s on it!


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