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post #1 of 4 Old 12-02-2014, 06:24 AM Thread Starter
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N-Fab Steps - Need Vendor

My wife is dead set on a set of these and I plan on buying them for her today. Anyone know a good vendor to buy from? Haven't done much online dealing for steps etc.

It's for a 2014 unlimited.

(Or if anyone can make a good argument for something else? She needs a step not a rock slider. She is not taking this one anywhere but the highway)

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I too, had to have actual steps. I went with the Tomken ones. My powdercoating has taken a beating from rocks and chipped up in a year, but the steps themselves are nice and strong, offer good protection and actually function as a step. I stuck on some adhesive rubber treads to give it a bit more grip where we put our feet.

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And they were reasonably priced.

http://www.tomken.com/catalog.php?se...%3Drockerskids

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4 wheel parts

Got em in from 4 wheel parts and installed. Not too bad for her Mall Crawler. Pretty straight forward install, but they might as well have not included any instructions cause they suck donkey balls. Otherwise nice solid Nerf/step bar.
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