AMP Research® PowerStep Plug N Play Power Running Boards With Light Kit. BRAND NEW COMPLETE AMP RESEARCH POWER RUNNING BOARDS. GETTING INTO YOUR TRUCK SHOULDN'T FEEL LIKE CLIMBING MOUNT EVEREST. That's why AMP Research invented POWERSTEP , the automatic, electric-powered running board that instantly extends when you open your door, and then hides itself safely out of sight when the doors close for improved ground clearance, aerodynamics and appearance.
Its handsome design, all-weather performance and legendary reliability set the industry standard. AMP RESEARCH POWERSTEP INCREASES FUEL EFFICIENCY. There are few topics more rampant and heavily discussed than soaring gas prices, and the effect they have on today's trucks & SUV's.Since aerodynamic drag and weight are two critical factors that impact fuel efficiency, truck owners are now seeking ways to reduce these variables. The AMP Research PowerStep T can do both, and still allow you to maintain the convenience and safety of full-length running boards that automatically deploy for optimal ingress and egress. Reducing the overall weight of your vehicle can also help improve gas mileage. AMP's high-strength aluminum steps weigh 10-20% less than typical OEM running boards or aftermarket steel tube steps. AMP's PowerStep running boards work automatically and improve safety and comfort while entering and exiting your truck. They are activated by your truck's factory door sensors and extend within a few seconds when you open the door. Closing the door automatically retracts the PowerStep into the rocker panels, eliminating the drag produced by traditional stationary running boards. AMP's PowerStepT technology has been utilized as a factory option since 2003.
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