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13 Nov 2017 18:16 #186186 by petejones69
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My partner is on the short side and as my Jimny is high off the ground, she had to make use of a breeze block to step onto to get into the passenger side today :blush: Was thinking a Land Rover step bolted on would be a better solution than dragging round a breeze block on a piece of rope. Anyone attempted fitting a step such as this one?

Land Rover Defender Step

Pete

1999 Jimny with 3" lift, Rockwatt transfer box, under-body protection, Cooper STTs and folding cup holders...

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13 Nov 2017 20:33 #186200 by 1066Boy
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You can get proper side steps for the jimny. Great excuse to fit rock sliders !!! :)

Jimny JLX Facelift model 2005.
Kashmir Blue Pearl Metallic.
2" lift with Procomp Es1000 shocks.
Diff and transfer box guards from Jimnybits.
215/75/15 General Grabber x3's
and a driver called Allan (1066Boy)

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13 Nov 2017 21:15 #186205 by petejones69
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Might still be a bit high - will look into them though. She's knee-high to a grass-hopper.

1999 Jimny with 3" lift, Rockwatt transfer box, under-body protection, Cooper STTs and folding cup holders...

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14 Nov 2017 05:07 #186213 by Lambert
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One of the ones i was looking to buy had aluminium running boards that didn't look too hideous, don't know where you would get some but it seems they are available.

It's not a Jimny. It's my Jimny

Mooo said Ermintrude (black)
Boing said Zebedee (blue)

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14 Nov 2017 07:35 #186216 by 1066Boy
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Just a thought, On the old landrovers they fitted a small step that folded out.

Jimny JLX Facelift model 2005.
Kashmir Blue Pearl Metallic.
2" lift with Procomp Es1000 shocks.
Diff and transfer box guards from Jimnybits.
215/75/15 General Grabber x3's
and a driver called Allan (1066Boy)

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14 Nov 2017 12:29 #186227 by Daniel30
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Think your having one of those moments Allan

:evil: :laugh:

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14 Nov 2017 12:54 #186228 by Caelite
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They sell a set of rock sliders that also double as a step on Jimny bits for £200ish,ive not even bought my Jim yet and I know it'll be my 3rd mod after lift and tyres. Mainly because I have seen the effects first hand of a lifted Hilux with sliders vs a small child slamming open an Astra door in a supermarket car park. The door (and window :D) lost in a big way.
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14 Nov 2017 13:44 #186233 by petejones69
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1999 Jimny with 3" lift, Rockwatt transfer box, under-body protection, Cooper STTs and folding cup holders...

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14 Nov 2017 17:34 #186252 by 1066Boy
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That's just normal Dan. :)

Jimny JLX Facelift model 2005.
Kashmir Blue Pearl Metallic.
2" lift with Procomp Es1000 shocks.
Diff and transfer box guards from Jimnybits.
215/75/15 General Grabber x3's
and a driver called Allan (1066Boy)

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