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EZ Steps For the JK

I have had more than a few JK buyers want a step to get into their JK that will not effect them on the trail. One of my new customers Wendall needed the same thing and after hours of searching he found it!


http://www.valco-cp.com/ezstep.htm

Fits 07 and 08 Jeep Wrangler JK*

Easy Entrance/Easy Exit

Ideally suited for Jeeps with lift kits but also
offers easy in/out benefits on standard Jeeps

Easy, no tools installation - for 2 door models
and front doors on 4 door models

Reduces seat wear

Powder coated for durable long lasting finish

Adjustable step height



* EZ Step also available for 06 and older Jeeps; bracket adapter (included) must be welded to side of frame






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"REDUCES SEAT WEAR" thats funny
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"REDUCES SEAT WEAR" thats funny
I thought the same thing. Isn't that reason enough to buy it?
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My 5yo son isn't happy that he can't easily climb into the back seat not that the Jeep is lifted. IF they had a version for the rear doors I might have considered one for him.

But they don't... too bad.
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Or you could just not pick up any fat chicks.
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Pretty neat. I hope that the holes provide a good non-slip finish, it would suck to slip off that thing and it run down your shin.....
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Man that thing would be bent so damn fast.


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I use a hoist in those situations...
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My 5yo son isn't happy that he can't easily climb into the back seat not that the Jeep is lifted.
If its not lifted Id think he could get in easily
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My 5yo son isn't happy that he can't easily climb into the back seat not that the Jeep is lifted. IF they had a version for the rear doors I might have considered one for him.

But they don't... too bad.

That's what the tire is for. That's how my kids get in the back.
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My children just plant there little fit on the lugs of the nitto mud graps. Not so easy to get my fat a$$ in there, but I would never put those ugly sob's on my JK. Would not last very long either. Better chance of me losing weight, and thats not likley either.

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It would not be bad if it somehow was retractable... As it is designed now, it would be a great shovel...

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Man that thing would be bent so damn fast.
Actually, it swiveles in the frame mounting holes and for real narley trails it can be easily removed. It's held in by means of a ball detent.
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My 5yo son isn't happy that he can't easily climb into the back seat not that the Jeep is lifted. IF they had a version for the rear doors I might have considered one for him.

But they don't... too bad.
The kit made for the 06 and older Jeeps contains a reciever bracket that could be welded to the frame under the rear door of the unlimited four door. I believe they are available on Four Wheel Drive Hardware's web site.
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The kit made for the 06 and older Jeeps contains a reciever bracket that could be welded to the frame under the rear door of the unlimited four door. I believe they are available on Four Wheel Drive Hardware's web site.
Do you have one? Install pics? Their website is not very detailed at all.

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Actually, it swiveles in the frame mounting holes and for real narley trails it can be easily removed. It's held in by means of a ball detent.
Kinda like a kick stand...........weird

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Do you have one? Install pics? Their website is not very detailed at all.

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Yes, I have them installed on a 07 two door. They install in existing factory frame holes. Two minute installation , only an allen wrench is needed to install and adjust the height of the foot pad.
For 2006 and older Wranglers a reciever bracket is welded on the side of the frame. You mite check out http://Valco-cp.com/ezstep.htm
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