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Toyota 4Runner Running Boards

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ProZ Premium Running Boards Reviews


Great look, Great price, Great boards

Reviewed By Ed F (Kingston, MA) Reviewed for a 2014 Toyota 4Runner —1/21/2017 5:37 PM

I've had the boards on my 2014 4Runner Limited for just over a week now and I think they look great. The install instructions were good, only thing that kinda stunk was the small nuts for the T bolts that go on the under side of the board and afix to the arms. They're fairly easy to put on and adjust, the chrome trim looks great and matches up nicely with the chrome on the limited.

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Aries AeroTread Running Boards Reviews


Great appearance, function and price.

Reviewed By Emil B (INDEPENDENCE, VA) Reviewed for a 2014 Jeep Cherokee —2/15/2017 9:55 AM

I had searched for running boards for my wife's new Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk since we bought it. There were a lot of units on the market but nothing for Trailhawk. I finally discovered these and, although somewhat skeptical, I was assured by the folks at Auto Anything that they would fit. After they arrived I had them installed by my Jeep dealer. They are perfect. Now my wife can get into / out of her car easily, and they really complement the appearance of the vehicle. Glad I found these.

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Great Custom Addition to RAM 2500

Reviewed By RYAN J (ROCKTON, IL) Reviewed for a 2015 Dodge Ram —1/24/2017 8:03 AM

These are the best on the market. I installed them myself on my 2015 RAM 2500. Took me longer to wire than install any of the hardware. Overall about 5 hr time with a lift. Make sure you slide the boards all the way to the front, tighten the Allen bolts, get a buddy to help stand on them with you in the full out position, then tighten the allens again. This will seat them for proper clearance. I had one board get stuck up because it wasn't seated properly. Did as stated above and its perfect now

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