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Old December 1st, 2016, 08:46 PM
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Question Series or Defender back step

Could someone please explain the difference between a Series and Defender rear folding step? Will both fit a Series military rear cross member?

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Old December 2nd, 2016, 11:21 AM
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good question, not sure there is a big difference other than maybe a bit of bent 1/4" steel in the event that the ends of the bracket are uneven.


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Could someone please explain the difference between a Series and Defender rear folding step? Will both fit a Series military rear cross member?

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Don't quote me, but I believe the series (I mean the more recent version not the one unique to the SII which I have not seen in person in 15 years) has staggered legs where one is longer than the other to accommodate the dip down in the center of the crossmember. The defender ones the legs I believe are the same length. For a military crossmember, I would think the defender one would work better. Do you have captive nuts in the bottom of the crossmember?
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