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2008 GMC Sierra Truck Steps

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CARR Hoop II Truck Steps Reviews


Great Look

Reviewed By Richard W (CHATTANOOGA, TN) Reviewed for a 2008 GMC Sierra —6/17/2014 5:22 AM

Arrived quickly, installed easily and look great....fit perfectly.

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CARR Super Hoop Truck Steps Reviews


The Hoops are cool!!

Reviewed By Frank B (Gresham, OR) Reviewed for a 2008 GMC Sierra —5/6/2011 9:50 AM

When I saw the Carr Super Hoops on AutoAnything I had to have them just for the unique look. They are something not everyone has on their trucks and look better than the "same old" nerf bars you see on thousands of trucks. They function well and LOOK NICE! The down side was just laying on my back putting them on with a few adjustments, not much room on a Sierra in that position. I would recommend putting them on with the truck in the air on a lift but not all garages at home have one, including mine. Overall, I would highly recommend them. My truck is res and the black hoops look HOT. Two of them had factory nicks on them (I put on 2 front & 2 rear door) and the beauty of the color is a black permanent marker hides the defect, something you can't do on chrome or silver without being obvious. Carr's looks rocks with AutoAnything's prices!!!

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Bestop TrekStep

Reviewed By Brian M (BURLINGTON, MA) Reviewed for a 2013 GMC Sierra —2/16/2015 7:01 AM

I just installed it a few weeks ago and seems to work and function well. The only complaint was trying to get to the top bolt and then removing the 22M socket. Which I actually left up in there and will need to go back at a another time to retrieve it. You have to pry a piece of the bed sheet metal (rib) with a pretty heavy bar in order to remove the socket. Brian

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