Reviewed By Christopher V (Imperial Beach, CA) Reviewed for a 2005 GMC Sierra —4/16/2015 11:58 PM
Super easy install,had no problems. Heavy duty construction. Makes my 2500 look shorter with the slight drop, now I bought a 3 inch lift for it.
Reviewed By Patrick M (sebring, FL) —12/27/2013 3:42 AM
I get a lot of compliments on these bars. Just a few things I think would make them better. They use stickers for all the badgeson these, iI've already had to superglue them back on. Had to go to Lowes to get more bolts for the mounting cause they shorted me, & the bars to not go all the way to the back wheel!? Huh? Other than that I likethem.
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What are nerf bars? Well, for one, they definitely are not spongy. Think of it this way: they’re one of the coolest truck step ups available. Whether you’re loading your kids, your cargo or your bike, nerf bars provide a stable place to step and create a tough look for your truck or SUV.
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