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Just wondering how many other Stepside owners are out there?:rolleyes:

2006 Access cab, 4WD, TRD package, Truxedo Low Pro Bed cover
 

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step sides are ugly and not practical. I hated them when they first came out and still hate them to this day, almost as bad as a homemade camper shell....lol
 

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Not true Bud...I can reach anything in my toolbox from the side of the truck thanks to that stepside. I'd call that practical.
 

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I have one and love the look. (Pics in gallery.) Since I don't need a huge bed to work out of, function took a back seat to style. For the once in every five years I need a bigger bed, I have a trailer.
 

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silver sky stepper checkin in. :tu:
 

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IMO....fugly. When I bought mine the sales guys tried to sell me the one they had on the lot and it took me a while to stop laughing.

Its just personal choice, but ever since they came out, I just haven't found it appealing. Plus, it always takes up precious bed space.
 

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Just wondering how many other Stepside owners are out there?:rolleyes:

2006 Access cab, 4WD, TRD package, Truxedo Low Pro Bed cover
Me too, had mine for about 4 and half years now. Still love it.
 

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O5' Stepside Limited model. Only item I've added is a Retrax bed cover. It has an OEM drop in liner and I placed one of those rubber woven pads that you place under rugs on wood floors under the bed liner to preserve the bed. I use a thing called "Bed Bugs" to keep items from sliding around.
I bought this truck because I liked the stepside look. I've had a number of strangers come up and offer compliments about the truck. robt
 

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I now have an '06 DC because I need the extra interior room for my family. But I had an '03 Stepside and loved it! As mentioned it is NOT hard to work out of and bed space is slightly less than standard 6.5 bed. I think the stepsides are really good looking trucks. I got FAR more compliments on my stepside than my DC. Still have a few pics in my gallery.
 

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Phantom Grey Pearl stepside here. I like her cus she has curves.:D
 

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Phantom Grey Pearl stepside here. I like her cus she has curves.:D
2003 Stepside TRD SPORT

The parts manager at my dealer said "hang on to that one....it's a very rare truck"
 

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Do they make stepsides in anything other than Access Cab? I've only seen AC versions...

I see regular cab stepside F150's all the time, I think they look better than the extended cabs do.
 

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Phantom Grey s-side here. Best looking itereation of the tundra, but I've always loved the step-side style. Toyota did great job of avoiding the typical problem with step-sides -- when viewed from directly behind, the bed is too narrow for the wideth of the cab. Seems that somehow Toyota has designed the step-site to keep the same-width bed but with the flared-fender look that makes the s-sides so sexy. (I know the tailgate and bed width are not quite the same as the regular cab, buy they are damn close).
Its all about the curves!
 
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