Reviewed By Chris P (COLUMBUS, KS) Reviewed for a 2013 Chevy Silverado —2/24/2015 10:17 AM
Exactly what I was looking for.
Reviewed By Brian B (Prescott, AZ) Reviewed for a 2011 Chevy Silverado —2/18/2015 9:13 AM
The instructions could be much better concerning removal of door panels on 2011 Silverado (5 bolts not three). The key is to allow enough time. it is helpful to run a separate wire through the plastic tube when trying to fish trigger wires into the door panels. A damaged plastic end cap was quickly replaced by AR. Great product!! The position of the Amp running boards is far better than fixed running boards because they extend lower and further out when extended. LEDs work nicely.
Reviewed By Keith R (BRIDGEWATER, NJ) Reviewed for a 2011 Dodge Ram —2/10/2015 2:31 PM
I rated this product 4 ?? because of the brackets that hold the rails. U need to switch the first bracket closest to the front so the nuts that hold the end cap on does not hit when you Tighten down the rail. Plus it puts the bracket closer together which is more sturdier. Looks?? great. Would definitely recommend. ??
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