Ford F-150 AMP Research BedStep Installation (S01E08)

Chris Duke shows you how to install the AMP Research BedStep, a simple solution to getting in and out of the bed of your pickup truck, even with the tailgate down.

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21 Comments
  1. are you kidding me are what that’s so cool where do you find this stuff.. and where can you get them??? I need to get out more…. love the end thanks>>>

  2. nice MAN-STEP.. lol.. i love that commercial.. but this really is an awesome feature, regardless of the humor in it.. this really is a very cool install and mod. nice show!

  3. nice MAN-STEP.. lol.. i love that commercial.. but this really is an awesome feature, regardless of the humor in it.. this really is a very cool install and mod. nice show!

  4. nice MAN-STEP.. lol.. i love that commercial.. but this really is an awesome feature, regardless of the humor in it.. this really is a very cool install and mod. nice show!

  5. I got 2 bed steps for Christmas, F250 & Toyota Tundra. The F250 is 2000 model. The Ford frame/bumper bolts has a "washer head nut" that should fit in the recessed hole of the step frame. The deep hole worked fine. The shallow hole diameter was too small for the "washer head nut". I did not have a standard nut of the right size & thread so I put the "washer head nut" on the grinder to reduced the diameter of the washer to make it fit inside your recessed hole. Make that recessed hole with a larger ID – OR supply two bolts & lock washers & it'll bolt up quicker & easier

  6. Hey and it is made in the USA in California I bought one today in it is cool and works great also a three year warranty.

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  8. Do u think I could use these bed steps as side steps instead of spending 1500 on the retractable ones?

  9. I guess the safety goggles are for opening the beer because you removed them for the step installation. hahahaha

  10. The allen screws at the last part of the installation looks like a bad design. I don’t think a few 6mm allen screws are gonna stand the test of time but thats just me.

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