Reviewed By Ramona M (Appleton, WI) —12/11/2014 7:37 PM
Very nice running boards but a little slippery. I live in a state where we have snow so the running boards are slippery.
Reviewed By Bud S (Port Isabel, TX) Reviewed for a 2014 Dodge Ram —12/4/2014 5:43 AM
I am thoroughly pleased with my Rampage boards. The instructions were complete and easy to follow and all parts were in the box. The adjustable ends are a neat addition in that you can move them to coincide with the mounting holes provided Great
Reviewed By Raymond T (GLENWOOD CITY, WI) Reviewed for a 2014 Chevy Silverado —11/15/2014 2:26 PM
I am please with the functionality of these runny boards. They protect the rocker panel from debris. The plastic/rubber wear strips are slippery when they have snow on them. The brackets fit dead on. I noticed a dent in the stainless steel running boards after I had put them on the truck. Not sure if I did it or they came that way. I'll live with the dent, too much of a hassle to exchange. Maybe I'll put a dent on the other side to match.
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