Magnum RT steps - Chevy Colorado & GMC Canyon
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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 05-10-2017, 10:17 PM Thread Starter
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Magnum RT steps

A video of my steel bed lined Magnum RT side steps on my 355, Originally made for a 2009 four door Jeep Wrangler.


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Makes me miss my Gen 1 Collie......nice job though.

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Sweet ! there great steps ! Unlike the rounded steps you do not have to worry about slipping on these when there wet.

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A video of my steel bed lined Magnum RT side steps on my 355, Originally made for a 2009 four door Jeep Wrangler.


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I had the same steps, but they flexed a lot when I'd stand on them. I weigh 200# so I'm not sure why it was happening. Maybe because they bolt to the body instead of the frame? Have you noticed your steps flexing much?
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I had the same steps, but they flexed a lot when I'd stand on them. I weigh 200# so I'm not sure why it was happening. Maybe because they bolt to the body instead of the frame? Have you noticed your steps flexing much?


My steps were 100% solid as can be, A guy that weighed 265 stepped on them and they were solid as can be, Thats because the steps were not only bolted on but I also had the brackets connected to the bottom of the truck so there was no way for them to move unless there was so much weight that the brackets would put a hole in the bottom of the truck lol
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