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LRDA110



Member Since: 15 Jun 2021
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United Kingdom 2016 Defender 110 Puma 2.2 Adventure Yulong White
Adventure side step options?
Im looking for options to allow the children to access the rear passenger seats of an Adventure easier?

Any thoughts on if a 'country' style side step would work with the aluminum guards? or other suggestions?
Post #910350 1st Jul 2021 9:00pm
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Parmstar



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Would be interested to know the answer to this … every time my kids jump out it almost gives me a heart attack!
Post #914685 29th Jul 2021 10:21pm
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NMBRPL8



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I enquired into this 6 years ago by first looking into the available market options and the feasibility of a custom build, the latter of which I had settled on before the perfect solution materialised and the problem resolved itself as my son is now much taller and my wife has stopped wearing tight-fitting mini skirts as frequently.
Post #1010839 11th Oct 2023 9:06am
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Bish



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2002 Defender 90 Td5 XS CSW Java Black
You have to remove the aliminium guards and then one can bolt on the normal side steps.

I did it to my last Adventure:



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Post #1022424 24th Jan 2024 8:44pm
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