Painting Aluminium Side Steps

Bully Aluminum Side Steps

ALUMINIUM SIDE STEP (J13456)
  • Ruggedly beefy look
  • Heavy duty aluminum
  • Looks great as is or can be painted to match your vehicle’s finish
  • Sold in pairs, 2 truck steps included in each kit

Description

Getting into your truck or SUV's cab or bed shouldn't feel like a monumental task, but it often does. These are large, tough vehicles we're talking about, and they may require taking some long strides to climb in and out of. This is where truck side steps come in handy, and these Bully Aluminum Side Steps are amongst the best that money can buy.

Bully Aluminum Side Steps are an ideal choice for remedying any difficulty you may face in accessing your vehicle. They offer an ample stepping area even if you're wearing large work boots, and they come sold in pairs so you can have one for each side of your vehicle. If you have a large or crew cab vehicle, a second pair may be beneficial to aid access to both the front and rear seats.

When it comes to pickup truck steps, there is no room for second rate build quality, and these bed side steps are more than up to par. Constructed from heavy duty materials, Bully Aluminum Side Steps are made to last through the roughest of conditions. They are also easy to install, although they may require minor drilling depending on your make and model of truck. Each step is pre-drilled to ease the process, and all the necessary brackets are also included.

Bully Aluminum Side Steps also sport rugged, traditional aesthetics straight out of the box. However, they can be painted to match your vehicle's finish if you choose to do so. This ensures that every pair of these pickup bed steps can be made to match the look of your truck or SUV. These are a strong investment in the safety and functionality of your truck, and can be heartily recommended to any pickup or SUV owner.

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Installation

Bolt on installation with minor drilling (some models). The installation manual is clear cut and easy to read. For additional information, please call us toll free at 1-866-309-1907 or 701-253-5906.

Source: www.realtruck.com

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