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2008 Toyota Highlander Nerf Bars & Running Boards

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Steelcraft 3" Round Nerf Bars Reviews


Great Value and Sporty Look on my Toyota Highlander

Reviewed By Jason A (Torrance, CA) Reviewed for a 2008 Toyota Highlander —9/21/2012 8:14 PM

This item is an amazing upgrade for my 2008 toyota highlander. Its the exact look I'm looking for to make m.y car look sporty. I chose black because roof rack is black. and I can't believe affordable nerf bars are. 1 little setback. installing these bars to any toyotas maybe extremely difficult. I had help from a guy who knows cars and have all the appropriate tools. and together it took us about 4 hours to complete the installation. but All that time is worth it when it's done.

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'06 Dodge QuadCab 2500 wheel to wheel MegaStep Nerf Boards

Reviewed By Wade R (Nashville, IN) Reviewed for a 2004 Toyota Highlander —5/25/2016 9:25 PM

My only thing against them is the high price. They are a step above any other wheel to wheel options I could find for a sturdy step bar, but definitely two (or more) steps above in price. Have the 'bar' look, but a full sturdy step I need for my wife to climb in. Good fit, and easy no drilling installation. Think I'll like them if I can get past the guilt of paying that price.

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Broadfeet 4" Oval Nerf Bars Reviews


Solid side-steps

Reviewed By Joshua S (CHICAGO, IL) Reviewed for a 2015 Toyota Highlander —2/10/2016 11:23 AM

Bought these for my 2015 Toyota Highlander. A style I preferred. The 4" isn't too small or big. I like oval much more than round. I owned a Honda Pilot with black painted steel oval bars and these look similar. In talking with a local accessory shop (who installed for $75), stainless steel advantage is with the rust resistance. Caught a curb in my Pilot, they rusted very fast. 4 instead of 5 because they sit slightly lower than I thought they would.

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