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Stepshield

Step Shield

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I just got tired of scratching up the entrance to the Jeep, so I picked up a pair of Step Shields for the edge of the door. These cover the entire edge and extend down a little on the side.

Additional Parts:
Tools Needed:
Knife

 

Installation:
Here is what they look like. They do supply you with 2 small alcohol wipes. I needed a little bit more to get a real good cleaning of the mounting area.
Step shields
1. Clean off the edge of the door frame with the alcohol wipes.
wipe off door sill
Note: If you have rockers installed like I did you will need to cut the edge of the stepshield with a knife. It is really soft plastic so cuts easily. edge on view of installed shield
2. Pull off the strip to expose the double sided tape. Center the Stepshield on the door and press down. top view of installed shield

This page last updated: 21-Apr-2008

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