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    are the electric power amp steps a good deal for the money or are they not worth the money
    08 silverado lt
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    35" toyo open country m/t tires
    18" XD series monsters rims

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    I've ridden in lifted trucks where the steps come out when you open the door, is that what you're referring to?

    Just depends on what you're looking to do with your truck. If I were 6" off the ground or more, I'd consider it.

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    Welcome to the site! The steps I've seen like Steve mentioned are good if you don't get off road very much. I've talked to people who have removed them because of them being packed with mud or damaged by rocks. If mud builds up and gets hard it can tax the electric motors and cause failure. With the rock damage I'm sure it is the same.


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    theyre kinda cool, but way out of my price range and I like the tube side steps anyway
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