Reviewed By kirk s (Clayton, DE) Reviewed for a 2011 Chevy Silverado —3/30/2018 1:06 AM
Came in with one of the boards having a dent. Called customer service and they sent a board out Next Day Air. They look and function great on the truck.
Reviewed By Perry M (FINDLAY, OH) —4/29/2015 4:45 AM
The negatives: When mounting the bars, I had to run the threads in the rivet nuts of the bars so that the bolts would start. To prevent rust, the bolts should have been stainless and the brackets powder coated. The front step pad is too far forward making it more awkward to enter and causing your foot to scuff the polished bar. Too expensive for the above mentioned reasons. The positives: They're relatively easy to install, look good and attractively cover the full length wheel to wheel.
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