Reviewed By Giampiero K (San Leandro, CA) Reviewed for a 2015 Chevy Silverado —3/1/2015 7:54 PM
Easy to install took only 30min per side and looks great. The only improvement is the rear pad could have been installed a little bit farther back.
Reviewed By Rick D (PENSACOLA, FL) Reviewed for a 2008 Ford F-350 —2/19/2015 2:46 PM
The steps are solid and easy to install. They flow really well and are very sturdy. I shopped around for several months before purchasing these. I am extremely pleased with them and get complimented all the time on how good they make the truck look as a whole.
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What are nerf bars? Well, for one, they definitely are not spongy. Think of it this way: they’re one of the coolest truck step ups available. Whether you’re loading your kids, your cargo or your bike, nerf bars provide a stable place to step and create a tough look for your truck or SUV.
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While nerf bars and running boards serve the same purpose, there are some differences between the two. And, before you decide which one is best for your vehicle, it’s important to understand just what these differences are. Check out this article for the lowdown on nerf bars vs. running boards.