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Even with my stock JL rubicon, it's hard to get in and out when all flexed out on rocks. Sure, I get in and out a lot to take a lot of the videos and pictures, but having a retractable step would sure be helpful.

Not sure how I heard about this but it made perfect sense to me. I want to secure a Stirrup to one of the seat bolts and just flop it out when needed for those flex pictures.

I thought about leather but if that gets wet, leather will mold (organic product). So I searched the interwebz and found this strap and stirrup combo. Looking at the reviews, other jeepers have this too!

https://amzn.to/2LwfJo3

I'll post a review as soon as I install this.

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