So, I have had some of those cool fold-down steps from SOR for a while and wanted to put them on. I have been having people climb (or try to) with the foot on the bumper and 1 on the tire and go over my wheel well, sidewall, tub to get into the back seat. Some people are to short to get a leg up as high as the top of a 33" and so I decided it was time to put these steps to use to make it easier. plus, it will be easier to load as the rig is pretty tall. After getting advise here elsewhere, I decided against my original notion of mounting them to the actual body and use a fender washer (or plate) behind the body panel as support as it would just be too flimsy I decided. So, with the help of a friend, I got er done today. Essentially, we welded said brackets (for upper bolt placement as you cannot bolt into air) above the turn signal guards (which are all part of 1 big 1-piece CON-FERR rear swing away rack), then drilled into said signal guards for the lower bolt. I used nice clean hex head bolts as well and painted everything black. Here is an animated image of where we started, up until the final product. Turned out awesome I think and the brackets he had look as though they were there from day one. the photos will tell the tail.