Reviewed By Michael D (ST. AUGUSTINE, FL) Reviewed for a 2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee —5/26/2016 6:25 AM
These are stronger than OEM and a whole lot less expensive. Very simple to install with proper tools and a little common sense. Am very happy.
Reviewed By Wade R (Nashville, IN) Reviewed for a 2004 Toyota Highlander —5/25/2016 9:25 PM
My only thing against them is the high price. They are a step above any other wheel to wheel options I could find for a sturdy step bar, but definitely two (or more) steps above in price. Have the 'bar' look, but a full sturdy step I need for my wife to climb in. Good fit, and easy no drilling installation. Think I'll like them if I can get past the guilt of paying that price.
Reviewed By Richard E (OCALA, FL) Reviewed for a 2015 Dodge Durango —5/23/2016 8:47 AM
They are very well built,really look good on my durango.There is one thing i think should be fixed. The washer to hold bolt in frame is not any good. I had to put tape at top of bolt to hold the plastic washer in place.
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