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Getting side steps fitted on an Outlander?

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One of the reasons to get the Outlander was the occasional times we need to take my folks places with us.

well turns out while it’s really convenient for my dad, mum REALLY struggles getting into it.

so far we’ve even started keeping a collapsible stool in the back for her!

going to get side-steps fitted . I’ve seen lots for sale on eBay but will it be straightforward getting a mechanic to fit, or is this a dealer job by?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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I would have thought anyone who knows which end of a spanner to use could do it.

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19 minutes ago, E-bmw said:

I would have thought anyone who knows which end of a spanner to use could do it.

You have such a way with words :P:roflmao:

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Most people call it abuse! +++

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But with sidesteps fitted you impede the Outlander off-road abilities ;)

Simple job, if they charge more than an hours labour, you're being ripped off.

 

 

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18 hours ago, E-bmw said:

I would have thought anyone who knows which end of a spanner to use could do it.

So which end is it, then?

 

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I ain't got a feckin' clue mate.

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