Reviewed By Thomas M (Colchester, CT) Reviewed for a 2015 Ford F-250 —10/2/2015 4:00 AM
These running boards fit and look great.
Reviewed By Mitchell R (ABINGDON, MD) Reviewed for a 2011 Honda Pilot —10/1/2015 7:20 AM
Get the job done. Good price and easy to install. Give yourself about 2.5 hours for installation. Make sure to use a ratchet because you will need the mechanical advantage. One screw won't screw in all the way on the front bracket, don't stress about it
Reviewed By Hank R (SOUTHPORT, NC) Reviewed for a 2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee —9/13/2015 11:33 AM
First, I couldn't believe that, after getting an estimated delivery date, I came home and found the shipment at my front door, like almost the next day. Simply incredible! I had planned to bring them to my brother to help me install them but after glancing over the instructions and a quick reconnaissance under my Grand Cherokee I decided not to wait. All the holes lined up per instructions and it was a done deal in about an hour and a half. Very satisfied.
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