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Old 06-01-2020, 11:38 AM
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While your are looking, how about a step for a Miller Meteor? 1965 - 1970, I believe are all the same.
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While your are looking, how about a step for a Miller Meteor? 1965 - 1970, I believe are all the same.
I thought you found it??
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I thought you found it??
after an extensive search, there was no step.
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Paul did you remember to check out by the hornet's nest?
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Woodchuck probably buried it in dirt.
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Paul did you remember to check out by the hornet's nest?
The wasp next was in the brake drum lying in a pile of iron out back, waiting for the scrap man to pick up.

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Woodchuck probably buried it in dirt.
The step was never here. Robert Shepard thought that he had one, and when Dan Scully picked up all the parts that he had, there was no step in the pile. Just like so many other things in life, it will probably never happen.
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I have a spare M-M step that was used on the '74-'76 Lifeliners, but not sure as to how many other years they used that step. Show us a photo of what you currently have.
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1969 Miller Meteor rear bumper with step....
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That bumper in the photo would never have had a step. Not every ambulance had a step bumper. It was optional.

A step is just a shin skinner anyway!!
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