2014 Tundra Crew Max
Reviewed By Steve M (GRAPEVINE, TX) Reviewed for a 2014 Toyota Tundra —7/24/2014 3:28 AM
Nerf Bars are great looking and very simple to install,directions are not helpful at all as parts are not marked out so if not kinda mechanically inclind then could be difficult to understand
Reviewed By Bob W (Ephrata, PA) Reviewed for a 2014 Dodge Ram —7/15/2014 8:59 AM
Both bars has small dents in same location out of box. Instructions OK, not great. Not as secure as round tubes I've head in past. They seem to flex more with weight on them that the old round bars too. The step pad had to be thoroughly cleaned out of box but has stayed nice since. Haven't had to endure winter yet.
Almost a Good Retrofit
Reviewed By Gary B (LEESBURG, VA) Reviewed for a 2001 Ford Expedition —7/15/2014 3:53 AM
Aries 6" Oval Nerf bars themselves look good, and are a good size, providing stable footing with well positioned, tacky, rubber pads. Mine came with two mounting brackets per bar. Adequate, but not as stable as the OE. When installed, the bars "splay" out, moving from back to front, not parallel to vehicle frame. The brackets set them high off the ground, requiring a big first step for entry, rather than a helpful intermediate step. Mounting hardware visible under bars.