From The Driver Seat
The installation of these three simple products has made a huge impact on the looks and functionality of the truck. Before we installed the steps, we had to grab and pull on the steering wheel to get into the truck, but now we don’t have to risk damaging the steering wheel or column. Also, when not in use, you can’t even see the steps unless you climb on your back and look under the truck. The caliper covers look great and help keep the brakes cool. This aids in reducing brake fade, which is caused by overheated brakes. While we are braking, the new Recon lights keep tailgaters at bay and look good doing it.

Your Questions Answered
 
Time Spent Working: 3 Hours
Degree of difficulty
Steps: Advanced
Lights and Caliper Covers: Beginner
Tools Needed: jack, tire iron, flat head screwdriver, Phillips screwdriver, 13mm socket, 8mm socket, ratchet, wire cutters, 9/32-inch drill bit, drill, Allen wrench set, wire ties.
Parts Used:
(prices from manufacturers and do not include tax, shipping, or installation)
Amp Power Steps #75134-01A $1,223.69
MPG Caliper Covers # 10120-S-CUS $340 ($200 for covers, $140 for custom engraving)
Recon tailLights #264176RD $299.95
Recon third brake light #264116CL $99.95
Total: $1,963.59

SOURCE
Outlaw Offroad
1703 E. Carnegie Ave
Santa Ana
CA  92705
1-949-581-5001
http://www.outlawoffroad.com/
MGP
616 Marsat Ct.
Chula Vista
CA  91911
619-754-4099
www.calipercovers.com
Amp Research
15651 Mosher Ave
Tustin
CA  92780
800-309-6823
http://www.amp-research.com
Recon
6200 North Hiatus Road
Sunrise
FL  33321
877-377-3266
www.gorecon.com