Not sure which 2008 Chevy Silverado Running Boards are right for you? We have over 794 customer reviews, with an average rating of 4.5, to help you find exactly what you're looking for. Here's what some of our customers have said:
"install was manageable by myself. Very clear directions. All mountings were lined up perfect. Only wish I didn't have to remove door panels on my brand new truck." —Chuck B from Sulphur, LA bought an AMP Power Step Running Boards for a 2008 Chevy Silverado, Crew cab, 5.3L V8.
"I like the product. Looks real good. But i think
Its a little expensive for what you get. And just yesterday my passenger side quit working when you open the front door. But it works when you open the back door." —Roger E from Heber Springs, AR bought an AMP Power Step Running Boards for a 2008 Chevy Silverado, Crew cab.
"I have used these before on earlier model Chevy's and were a snap to install and made the truck look better while allowing short passengers ease in entering the vehicle. Biggest decision was lighted or non lighted. Chose the non-lighted simply because it is winter and did not want to fool anymore than necessary because it is cold. Considered the chrome nerf bars as well. I decided not because they call too much attention to themselves and do not blend in as nicely (my opinion). True to form, Westin still makes a great product today as they did 20+ years ago and my wife is delighted that she does not have to get a running start to get into the truck. Thanks Westin!" —Thomas K from Wilmington, DE bought a Westin Molded Running Boards with Mount Kit for a 2008 Chevy Silverado.
"Like many of the reviews, mine came with the coating chipped and scuffed in about ten places. I guess that they could be touched up. But for $450 you'd think that they could ship them better. I would rate the packaging poor. I would have returned them, but they weigh 80 lbs. Overall design and appearance are excellent though. Try to but them locally and avoid shipping. Used for 2008 chevy silverado crew cab." —Craig H from San Diego, CA bought a Romik Running Board Sidesteps for a 2008 Chevy Silverado, Crew cab.
"These are tough, heavy duty running boards. Not smooth and sleek. All steel construction. Although my truck was pre-drilled, it is four years old and some of the nuts were rusted. I could not install myself. I took it to my local garage and they did it for $100. They had to cut out the old nuts and tap weld new ones in place. Something to consider. We had heavy slushy snow here in Michigan that clogged up between the rail grating. Noticeable, but melted. My kids and wife love them." —Matthew S from Manistee, MI bought a Go Industries Rancher Rugged Steps Running Boards for a 2008 Chevy Silverado, 1500, crew cab.