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Side Steps to Tree/Rock Sliders

Discussion in 'Land Rover Discovery' started by StuRox, Aug 22, 2011.

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  1. StuRox

    StuRox Well-Known Member

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    Well, due to a silly woman not watching the traffic, she bounced off the side of my disco - no real damage, although my side step was strached....unlike her car.......

    So have ended up with 2 new side steps fitted.

    Now I was thinking, this would be a good time to get rid of them for tree/rock sliders, given they are nice and shiney and new.......

    So does anyone know of anyone who might have a good set of sliders for some steps???

    Also, what tape is best to put on the sliders so you can use the bars as steps and not slip off, and are the ones that fit on the same way as the steps just as good/strong as the other type of fitting direct to the sills??

    Cheers
     
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    wanted section ? :)
     
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    StuRox Well-Known Member

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    lol, never knew there was a section....have now placed an ad there, cheers.
     
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    think youll be lucky to get a swap but try selling the steps on ebay. Sliders tend to be less than steps to buy so you may not need to put much £££ in.

    Found that skateboard grip tape works well and cheap enough from fleabay :)
     
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