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Anyone using these? How are they as steps? I really like the look and simplicity.





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We are using them, they are a little narrow to be a step, but they do the trick. You can't put your full foot on it (unless you step sideways, even then side of your foot wouldn't touch it), but you can easily put your toes and reach to the top of the Jeep. This is usually how i take my top off.
 
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We are using them, they are a little narrow to be a step, but they do the trick. You can't put your full foot on it (unless you step sideways, even then side of your foot wouldn't touch it), but you can easily put your toes and reach to the top of the Jeep. This is usually how i take my top off.
Appreciate the quick response. I am just looking for something to help climb up occasionally but don’t want to have some with no protection.
 

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Appreciate the quick response. I am just looking for something to help climb up occasionally but don’t want to have some with no protection.
Look at the Roam steps, that’s what I’ll be going towards.
 

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I'm really considering these as well. The only thing holding me back is the price. I like that they are narrow. With my past 2 Sahara steps I would always have a dirt on my pant where my calf would rub on the step. Maybe that just means I didn't keep the Jeep clean enough?
 

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Really? Last I've heard everything is out of stock "permenantly" and no one is answering emails either.
My roommate has a JK that he keeps saying he’s going to “fab” them to fit. They’ve been sitting in the corner of the garage for about a year now so I’m just waiting.
 

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Mine came with them, they are ok for what they are. I do plan on getting better sliders later that are frame mounted and provide a larger step.
 
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Mine came with them, they are ok for what they are. I do plan on getting better sliders later that are frame mounted and provide a larger step.
I am just so nervous about anything that uses the body bolt mounting points since pe keep breaking those.
 

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Anyone using these? How are they as steps? I really like the look and simplicity.
As for a step they work well for kids and shorter folks. If tall, you are kind of high and have to duck down to get in. The look great IMO. Not sure I would pay the retail price for them but they come up for sale on here and FB marketplace every now in then between $300-$400.
 
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I went ahead and bought them. Love the look and weight of these. They are very substantial and add a good spot to step with grip. Look factory and the install was a breeze. I had a dealer coupon so got a great price.
 

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I recently bought a set too (amazing Facebook snag). I'm really enjoying them and they look good. Just enough step for us to get to the top of the Jeep without having to fight them climbing in or out. Enjoy!
 

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Ordered a set of these last week. Was able to get almost 20% off MSRP, but still expensive! Hoping they add a bit of hinge protection.
 

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I swapped out my plastic Sahara steps for these, found some Moab takeoffs. Loved the look and used the steps myself, however the wife and 3yo daughter couldn’t actually use the steps so I sold them and went with the Mopar tube steps.
 

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