Looks good, Hard to get right
Reviewed By Matthew B (Glen Burnie, MD) Reviewed for a
—6/3/2009 2:29 PM
Rails are attractive once installed. The rails, step pads, end caps, brackets and bracket covers are all separate. You have to drill holes in the aluminum rail for the pads and end caps these mount with a kind of pop rivet, you hammer the center pin and the back side mushrooms out.I had to trim the bracket covers a bit to fit under the truck also. If you are not tool handy you might want to avoid. $350-$375 is a lot of money to spend if you mess up on you hole placement. The end caps are slip on covers that are open on the bottom. This seems kind of cheap to me. Overall they look good, Nice that they are aluminum and will never rust, but I think they are expensive for the amount of installation work required.