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was looking to do the Power Steps...is that hideous logo removable? Is it just a sticker or is it more "permanently" mounted?
It looks like it is just glued with adhesive tape.

 

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rough country 2" lightning leveling kit
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Did you install these at home or have a shop do it? Looks like an easy install, once you pull the Frunk tub the top of the struts are easy to access. Not sure if the strut drops enough without removing other connections to get the spacer on.
 
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Did you install these at home or have a shop do it? Looks like an easy install, once you pull the Frunk tub the top of the struts are easy to access. Not sure if the strut drops enough without removing other connections to get the spacer on.
Done at a local shop.
 


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They ate a lot of online wheel calculators if you search on google. If I remember right this one is https://www.tire-size-calculator.info/
Thanks. I found a few that I was using, but I like how that one has a few more bits of information vs the ones I checked out. I was looking at some new tires and just wanted to be sure to avoid the rub!
 

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Here are some photos of the AMP RESEARCH Running Boards PowerStep XL (AMP77152-01A) on the lightning. I recommend getting XL version so it will cover the ugly side wiew of the under carriage mounts and plastic battery side covers.
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The problem with that is that the steps are then way too close to the ground when deployed, even with your raised truck. Put them on a stock Lightning and they nearly touch the ground. I put on the regular AMP boards, which are still pretty low, but have the dual motors, great solution without the bulky appearance that yours have. Also likely have a better effect on range.
 

 
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