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2005 Hummer H3 Nerf Bars & Running Boards

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Go Rhino 3" 4000 Series Round Nerf Bars Reviews


Great Product at a Great Price!

Reviewed By Shirlanne W (Fairburn, GA) Reviewed for a 2006 Hummer H3 —5/21/2010 4:49 PM

I purchased the Stainless Steel Nerf Bars because of the lifetime warranty that comes with them. These were the most reasonably priced nerf bars I found that offered that kind of warranty. The installation could have gone smoother if the instructions had been more detailed but within over an hour they were installed. Would definitely recommend!They look great.

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Romik 3" Max Bars Round Side Steps Reviews


Great Look, Great Deal!

Reviewed By Jeffrey G (Owatonna, MN) Reviewed for a 2006 Hummer H3 —12/7/2009 9:59 AM

The Bars look Great and as always a great deal with Low Price and Free Shipping!

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Romik Running Board Side Steps Reviews


2008 Hummer H3

Reviewed By Kelly H (Evergreen, CO) Reviewed for a 2008 Hummer H3 —10/4/2008 10:37 AM

We just bought these for our H3. As far as looks go, they look great. The only thing I can find wrong with the way they look is that it seems like the rear brackets are just a little too long or the front ones are just a little too short. Which means, when you stand back and look at them there is a little bit more of a gap between the running board and rocker panel at the rear than there is at the front. It's not really that noticeable though. The thing that I have more of a problem with is the fact that they mount to the body mounts. They are plenty sturdy to stand on, but they make a lot of noise. I tightened all of the bolts to the amount of torque specified, and they still creak. But overall it's a small sacrifice because they look great. If you are curious, the tread part of the step IS metal, even though it is hard to tell in the pictures. I guess that the step part is just steel with a hammered texture paint that is black and grey, which looks silver from a distance. I hope this review has helped someone, because when I was researching these, this is the information I wish someone had given me.

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