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DeeZee Rough Step Steel Running Boards Installation - 2013 Ford Van- Video

DeeZee Rough Step Steel Running Boards Installation - 2013 Ford Van

Today on our 2013 Ford Van E-350, we're going to install running boards and DZ, part number DZ2544. The first step is to go ahead and start working on our end caps for our running boards. We'll go ahead and pre-assemble the end cap, which is a small, channel shaped piece of metal with holes on one side. Then we're going to loosely attach a strap bracket. It's basically a flat piece of steel of the same length with the same matching holes. Well go ahead and loosely install them together using a quarter inch bolt, two flat washers and a nut. With these parts loose, we'll go ahead and install it on the end of the running board. more


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7/10/2014 3:59:30 AM



Putco Box Board Running Boards Installation - 2005 Ford F-350- Video

Putco Box Board Running Boards Installation - 2005 Ford F-350

Today on our 2005 Ford F350 Super Duty well be installing the Putco Master Boss rounded running board, box board, part number P62522. Note, on this application well need to trim the rear edge in order for it to fit properly with the dual rear wheel setup on this vehicle. First well go ahead and take a straight edge, mark the line and then cut off the top edge. Now with that done were ready to go ahead and install the front end cap. This will be a black cap secured with two cap screws and a quarter inch flange nut. Then well move to the rear flap, or cap, which will be a large polished sheet of steel that well need to remove the protective film from. more


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12/20/2012 2:50:12 PM



Putco Running Boards Installation - 2005 Ford F-350- Video

Putco Running Boards Installation - 2005 Ford F-350

Today on our 2005 Ford F350 Super Duty well be installing the Putco Master Boss round running board, part number P62135. First before we install the running boards well need to do some preassembly. Well go ahead and take the drivers side running board, sit it out on a flat surface and install the front cap, or fender flare. Well use the cap screws and flange nuts to secure it. Then well move to the rear of the running board and install the rear cap. Again well use the cap screws and flange nuts to secure it. more


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12/20/2012 2:49:56 PM



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