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post #1 of 12 Old 02-12-2017, 11:39 PM Thread Starter
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Side Steps for the rebel

Looking for help to find side step options for the Rebel. I am interested in the power side steps. I am not interested in having to drill holes thru any metal parts or have to take of door panels.
I have seen AMP but they indicate it will not work with the air suspension.

I have seen the Bestop 7563815 PowerBoard NX for around $1200 which is more than what I really want to spend but I like the concept. I don't know much about the Bestop brand however.

Any help will be appreciated. If I need to I will default back to the standard Black Nerf Bars.
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before you switch back to standard nerf bars, there are LOTS of better looking options.

i don't know much about power steps, though.
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I purchased the black stock step tubes from the dealer. They look great and were very easy to install. All the hardware fit perfectly with no drilling. Hardware fits in predrilled holes in the frame. Incredibly strong too. Took me about an hour in my garage. The dealer gave them to me for $500 bucks as they were not on the Rebel I purchased. Good Luck
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Thanks for the input. When I was negotiating the deal on the truck I wanted to see about getting the Mopar side steps as part of, should have but it was pretty late when signed papers.
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I got these N-Fabs for around $430.
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I was looking at some like that. I never considered that type before but now I see them on the Rebel and I like them. Thanks for sharing.
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Just installed these the other day. ICI Magnum RT steps. Purchased for $339, shipping included. Others in this forum paid less, but I believe that was a while ago when they were running some sort of a promotion.

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I to am looking for steps for my new 2017 rebel. Addictive desert designs makes some very attractive steps, but they come with a large price tag. (979)
Does anyone know if the mopar stirrup steps (part# 82211645af) fit on 17 rebel ?
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I have the AMP on my 16 and they work great. No issues.
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I just mounted some Go Rhino RB10 running boards on my truck last weekend. I like the raptor style, but actually don't like the look of these on the truck because they are too wide (9"). I'd prefer something narrower? Any suggestions?



If you are in the Tacoma area and want to purchase my RB10s let me know.
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