Not sure which 2002 Toyota Tundra Nerf Bars are right for you? We have over 4365 customer reviews, with an average rating of 4.5, to help you find exactly what you're looking for. Here's what some of our customers have said:
"The nerf bars look great and were easy to install once we figured out how to install them. The instructions were not helpfull at all and the nuts that were sent didn't fit the bolts. Once the problem was figured out we got them on pretty easy." —Joseph T from Lowville, NY bought a Westin 3" E Series Nerf Bars for a 2002 Toyota Tundra, Access cab.
"I'm sure the bars themselves are excellent. The instructions of how to put them on sucks. I received parts that are not even on the parts list. I have a support bracket for the front that I can't find a home for. I thought this would be an easy greasy install and I'm sure with proper directions it would be but now I'm faced with taking this to someone who installs these for a living & paying more for an install that the directions should have told me how to do. Maybe it's just my truck or maybe it's just me but I would have rather spent ten dollars more to have had right directions." —Patrick P from Saginaw, TX bought a Westin 3" E Series Nerf Bars for a 2002 Toyota Tundra, Access cab.
"I installed these Nerf bars in about 20 minutes on a 2002 Tundra. All bolt holes lined up and they are strong. My wife said she liked them as well getting in and out of the truck." —William T from Spartanburg, SC bought an Aries 3" Round Nerf Bars for a 2002 Toyota Tundra, Access cab.
"Everything but instructions are fine. Retightened bolts and nuts 1 week after install. Only 1 was 'loose'. Took a trip to Yellowstone for a week, still tight.
Wife loves it. She's the reason I bought 'em. Will eventually put the driver side on.
You will spend some time deciding which bolt and nut set go where. I bought a measuring template to be sure what I was using.
So, they work great, look nice. Assembly is not difficult for 1 old man, I'm 66. But directions suck. As another reviewer said, you'll finally figure it out.
By the way, I have factory mud flaps that want to interfere with the front install, but I just did it anyway. slight bend in flap but not street noticeable." —Warren D from Orem, UT bought a Steelcraft 3" Round Step Nerf Bars for a 2002 Toyota Tundra, Access cab.