Reviewed By Greg J (FISHERS, IN) —5/4/2015 8:19 PM
These boards look sharp and were easy to install. Install tip: Either have a helper or remove the brackets from the board and install them first. Then mount the board on the bracket.
Reviewed By Eladio Q (GRAND PRAIRIE, TX) Reviewed for a 2014 Nissan Pathfinder —4/22/2015 12:03 PM
These running boards look like OEM running boards even though Nissan doesn't offer one. The stainless steel edges match with the chrome and the black rubber matches with the black rocker molding. Took me 6 hours to install but that's because I took my time to make them look perfect (I'm kinda OCD). The only problems I encountered were a couple of places that were difficult to get to with a socket wrench. The pictures in the instruction manual were very helpful!
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