Reviewed By John M (Philadelphia, PA) Reviewed for a 2003 Ford F-150 —9/29/2015 9:38 AM
after an hour and a half getting the old ones off( cursing the whole time) was so happy that I had the new bars on in less than 1/2 hr total. easy to recommend
Reviewed By Brett O (PARRISH, FL) Reviewed for a 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee —4/11/2013 6:16 PM
They look nice and are plenty sturdy once installed. The instructions are poor and the mounting holes for the rear frame rail did not line up. The holes in the brackets were obviously drilled off center. Once the holes were opened up it went right together. Very impressed with how sturdy they feel.
Reviewed By Curtis G (Sauk Village, IL) —4/2/2013 7:31 AM
I had this product install about a month ago love it I had it professionally installed and it did not cost that much to do and I love it I love the way it looks I love the way it feels and I'm a big guy and it holds my body weight and they look original with the car like they came with the car
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