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Old 01-10-2014, 07:12 PM   #1
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2014 Rubicon steps/running boards

What are the best steps/running boards? We are older and just need something to help us step up and into our jeep. What about Ranch Hand steps?

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I'm 46 and have bad hips and an artificial knee, so I opted for the Amp Research Powersteps. Not a great option if you're doing any rock crawling or serious off road stuff, but for me they've proven to be an exceptional purchase (my off roading consists of light trails and getting to camping/hunting sites etc.). They're a bit pricey, but I can honestly say that my jeep is now proving to be the most comfortable vehicle I've experienced since my body started to head south on me. Prior to the Jeep I had a Lexus sedan and a BMW sedan, and getting in and out was becoming a running joke. I'd almost have to roll out the door to exit and getting in was more of a controlled splash-down (I'm 6'1, 200lbs). Now I just step up and sit. Easy as can be.
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