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Old 10-31-2005, 19:01   #1 (permalink)
Rodan
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97 F250 Std Cab Too High

RE: 97 F250 2WD Std Cab Too High

I got this truck today. It is difficult for me to climb
into the cab and my wife can't get in at all. Is there
some gadget I can install to make entry easier?

I have seen trucks with a little step below the door.
Where are these steps available? Are they bolt-up
or do I have to get someone to weld them in place?

All suggestions appreciated.

Rodan.


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Old 11-01-2005, 03:01   #2 (permalink)
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Re: 97 F250 Std Cab Too High

the steps are made by DEE-ZEE , and are available at any 4X4 off road shop.
cost is around $160. they bolt on, not welded
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> RE: 97 F250 2WD Std Cab Too High
>
> I got this truck today. It is difficult for me to climb
> into the cab and my wife can't get in at all. Is there
> some gadget I can install to make entry easier?
>
> I have seen trucks with a little step below the door.
> Where are these steps available? Are they bolt-up
> or do I have to get someone to weld them in place?
>
> All suggestions appreciated.
>
> Rodan.
>
>



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Old 11-01-2005, 16:01   #3 (permalink)
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Re: 97 F250 Std Cab Too High


also at any big automotive store like pep boys for less $$$
old john


Hello, tom!
You wrote on Tue, 1 Nov 2005 05:02:15 -0500:

t> the steps are made by DEE-ZEE , and are available at any 4X4 off road
t> shop. cost is around $160. they bolt on, not welded
t> "Rodan" <Rodan@verizon.NOT> wrote in message
t> news:BNA9f.358$7d.226@trnddc01...
??>> RE: 97 F250 2WD Std Cab Too High
??>>
??>> I got this truck today. It is difficult for me to climb
??>> into the cab and my wife can't get in at all. Is there
??>> some gadget I can install to make entry easier?
??>>
??>> I have seen trucks with a little step below the door.
??>> Where are these steps available? Are they bolt-up
??>> or do I have to get someone to weld them in place?
??>>
??>> All suggestions appreciated.
??>>
??>> Rodan.
??>>

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Old 11-03-2005, 07:01   #4 (permalink)
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Re: 97 F250 Std Cab Too High

On Tue, 01 Nov 2005 02:54:25 GMT, Rodan wrote:
> RE: 97 F250 2WD Std Cab Too High
>
> I got this truck today. It is difficult for me to climb
> into the cab and my wife can't get in at all. Is there
> some gadget I can install to make entry easier?
>
> I have seen trucks with a little step below the door.
> Where are these steps available? Are they bolt-up
> or do I have to get someone to weld them in place?


Lund also makes steps for Ford trucks. My 1993 came (used) with Lund
steps. Basically look at any local or online shop and you'll find a
variety of competing options.

-D

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