Reviewed By Edward P (Fayetteville, NC) Reviewed for a 2015 Dodge Ram —11/22/2016 3:54 AM
The Raptor running boards are wider than nerf bars which makes them safer and they are also almost two inches lower creating a easy entry/exit.
Reviewed By ROBERT F (Bastrop, LA) Reviewed for a 2005 GMC Canyon —11/17/2016 5:30 AM
Needed assist steps because my wife was beginning to have trouble climbing into our truck, chose these rails because the rubber is bonded to the metal. Well constructed, but pricey. Clear instructions, took me about two hours to install. Recommend you attach the steps to LOOSELY installed mounting brackets so insure the brackets are not canted, then tighten the brackets.
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