Reviewed By Mark J (Rocky Face, GA) Reviewed for a 2004 Toyota Tacoma —12/13/2017 6:15 PM
Steps look and work great.I bought these steps to assist the wife getting into truck.You can also adjust how far they stick out from the truck.
Reviewed By James H (King George, VA) Reviewed for a 1996 Pontiac Firebird —12/13/2017 2:22 PM
The bars look great, needed a step for kids and wife. Installation easy enough. Take the time to read directions and identify all the pieces and parts. Then read directions again. Directions could be clearer identifying the bolts and sizes. Took me 30-45 minutes identifying bolts and pieces. One key item you assemble loosely on vehicle per side, check alignment/placement then tighten everything on that side down. Took approximately 1 1/2 hours on driver side and 1 hour on passenger side.
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