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post #151 of 174 Old 03-10-2016, 11:06 PM
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Smile Electronic steps

We have electric steps for promasters made by Thule . Here's one being installed.
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post #152 of 174 Old 03-13-2016, 11:55 PM
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I got these added on to my Ram Promaster 136 by Personalized Van Conversion. They are full length, 100 inches, and light when I click the remote key for the door.
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post #153 of 174 Old 03-14-2016, 12:34 AM
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I like your running boards. Who makes these? Where did you get them?
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They look really nice. If you don't mind, where did you have them done and what did they run? Also, what did you do on the driver's side?

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I got these added on to my Ram Promaster 136 by Personalized Van Conversion. They are full length, 100 inches, and light when I click the remote key for the door.
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Steeler you can install them yourself. I posted the bracket and non lighted board part numbers about a year ago. Search for arch Amazon boards. If you want , you can use the lighted version of that board. Just like Morris.
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I found the previous post. Thanks. Is your van a 136" wheel base? When I found the boards on Amazon, they warn that they won't fit the Promaster, but I don't exactly rely upon them for that kind of advice.

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Steeler you can install them yourself. I posted the bracket and non lighted board part numbers about a year ago. Search for arch Amazon boards. If you want , you can use the lighted version of that board. Just like Morris.
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post #157 of 174 Old 03-18-2016, 06:33 PM
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OK, I ordered the same parts that you used. Wish me luck
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post #158 of 174 Old 03-18-2016, 09:28 PM
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Quote from the Arch Amazon search..
"Thanks Arch for all of your support.
All Done and very happy.
Now I did order Owens bracket kit 101221 instead of the 101220 because I went with short board on the drivers side.
This kit has 2 brackets LESS than the 101220 and 20 bucks cheaper.""

So.. if you want to cut down a shorter board for the drivers side... use Owens kit # 101221.. only 2 brackets and 20 bucks cheaper..
I didnt want a long board on the drivers side due to no drivers slider and a "Running Board to No-Where" 136wb
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post #159 of 174 Old 03-18-2016, 10:07 PM
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These are nice and all but, has anyone mounted something like the motorized ones from Amp-Research?

http://www.amp-research.com/products...es/powerstep/?
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Here's a quick update of our build the steps work great took that out for its first maiden voyage last week
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