Go Rhino 6" OE Xtreme Side Steps
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- Custom-designed Go Rhino 6" OE Xtreme Side Steps add upgraded trim level styling to your specific year, make and model
- The composite bars are constructed from a tough 1-piece ABS blow-molded design, and the steel bars are mild steel (black) or stainless steel construction
- These oval side steps hold up to 300 lbs
- Keep your feet steady with molded step pads
- Available in standard lengths: 80" or 87"
- Includes custom brackets for your specific year, make and model vehicle
- Easily installs with no-drilling or cutting required (most vehicles)
- Choose from a chrome or black finish for the composite step bars, or Black Textured Powder Coat mild steel or Polished Stainless Steel
- Your Go Rhino 6" OE Xtreme Side Steps are backed by a Limited Lifetime Warranty on Stainless Steel and Composite (chrome or black) finishes, and a 5-year warranty on mild steel with Black Textured Powder Coat finish
The bigger your truck—the harder the climb out of your rig. Eliminate those awkward exits with the sure-footing of Go Rhino 6" OE Xtreme Side Steps.
The composite bars are constructed from a tough 1-piece ABS blow-molded design, and the steel bars are mild steel (black) or stainless steel construction. Each step also is reinforced with a heavy-duty aluminum frame—strong enough to hold up to 300 lbs. And, don't worry about slipping and sliding while getting up and into your truck. Thanks to the traction-creating molded step pads, you won't be adding to your list of embarrassing moments.
Go Rhino 6" OE Xtreme Side Steps are available in two standard lengths – 80" or 87" – to span the length of your specific year, make and model's cab. Plus, they install easily with vehicle-specific, no-drill brackets (for most models).
These custom side steps are available in black powder coat, chrome, or polished stainless steel. What's more, the Go Rhino 6" OE Xtreme Side Steps carry a 5-year warranty on mild steel powder coat finishes and a limited Lifetime Warranty on polished stainless steel finishes.
Go Rhino 6" OE Xtreme Side Steps Customer Reviews
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Reviewed by Charles K (RANCHO CUCAMONGA, CA) Reviewed for a 2014 Dodge Ram — Jan 02, 2015 6:47 AM
I found the installation to be easy and simple. I like the size proportion off the 6 inch side step to the size of my 2014 Dodge Ram 4X4. A very good looking side step!
Reviewed by Drew B (Simi Valley, CA) Reviewed for a 2013 Toyota Tundra — Apr 01, 2013 1:57 PM
i think the bar should have 4 mounting brackets -not 3. had to go to the hardware store to buy 12-1" bolts--the one they sent won't work with mouting bracket---you can see in the instructions they changed to a different mounting bracket
Reviewed by MATT L (JOPLIN, MO) Reviewed for a 2011 Chevy Silverado — Mar 19, 2013 8:35 PM
I really like my steps. The only complaint is that they only came with six brackets. Stock GM trucks come with eight. Aftermarket should have eight too. I called and was told I would have to buy another bracket kit for one hundred dollars. Then I would have extra parts. Not happy.
Reviewed by Scott S (MOHALL, ND) Reviewed for a 2008 Chevy Silverado — Mar 14, 2013 1:13 PM
What a great looking product. Easy install once I found all the parts. Some of the brackets were wedged inside one of the running boards back side. Once I had all the parts and decided which was the left and which was for passenger side, which does make a difference, it went together easily and looks great!
Reviewed by Andrew M (JEFFERSON, SD) Reviewed for a 2010 Chevy Silverado — Mar 11, 2013 9:32 AM
These bars look great and the 6" width makes it easy for the kids and dog to get in and out. However, the installation was a chore. The 2010 Silverados have a nut welded to the frame in the front two locations, but not the back thus requiring extra nuts to keep things level. The hardware provided was difficult to twist together which I am assuming is to keep them from ever coming unbolted, but I ended up snapping off a couple of the bolts before they were close to tight.