Sure, your lifted rig dominates—on the road and off. But, does that doozy of step to get in and out of the cab have you feeling weak in the knees? If so, step up to entry and exit domination with a set of Go Rhino Dominator 4 Dual Step Nerf Bars.
Dominator side steps are built specifically for lifted rigs with tall wheels and tires. The Dual–Step hoop design is wider and lower than standard steps, which makes for an easy step up and an off–road–ready look. And, the Go Rhino Dominator’s removable, race–style step pads can be painted for a custom match to your rig.
Designed just for your truck or SUV, Go Rhino Dominator 4 steps install with ease. Go Rhino includes the mounting brackets and hardware, and the straightforward installation requires no drilling or cutting. Plus, they’re crafted from stainless steel, so they’ll give you a boost step after step. Best yet, Go Rhino backs your Dominator 4 Dual Step Nerf Bars with a 5–year warranty on black, a Lifetime Warranty on polished models.
Reviewed by Joseph D (Waipahu, HI) Reviewed for a 2005 Toyota Tacoma — May 13, 2013 11:44 PM
Nerf bar looks great, aluminum chrome shines, eye catching side step bar. cons: nerf bar hangs down approx 10" below the door, too low if you have a stock height truck. nerf bar also sticks out approx another 10" pass the tires, so some modifications were made to the bracket to lessen the widness. Also aluminum a little soft when step on feels it has no strength but it is sturdy enough to hold me @ 180 lbs.
Reviewed by Kristopher H (BALSAM GROVE, NC) Reviewed for a 2012 Nissan Titan — May 04, 2013 7:22 AM
These steps work great. I have 9 inches of lift on my Titan and it saves my knees greatly compared to the factory Nissan Steps. They were very easy to install, and I am not mechanically squared away with anything accept guns.
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Asked by Anonymous
Dec 01, 2012 10:31 PM
2013 Ford F-150
Would this work on a new factory fresh non-raised 4 door supercrew truck? I ask as My wife is 5'3" and has problems getting in and out.