Reviewed By Shane R (MARIETTA, NY) —8/21/2017 9:06 AM
Steps installed simply in about half hour. Great for entry to vehicle but step is forward of normal exiting. Take a little getting used to
Reviewed By Dan K (Anderson, IN) Reviewed for a 2013 Chevy Silverado —8/19/2017 5:12 PM
Installed easily with basic wrenches, no drilling, just as advertised. But once the body mount bolts and brackets are tightened up, there's not much adjustment of distance from rockers or leveling the bars. Still made a nice addition to dress up my '13 Silverado regular cab.
Reviewed By Kevin L (Colton, NY) Reviewed for a 2014 Toyota Tundra —8/19/2017 2:48 PM
Installation was simple. They look great. Time will tell how the finish on steps themselves will hold up. Just curious because the salt we have on the roads in the northeast. Nice sturdy steps.
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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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