- Pledge allegiance to quality truck customization with Iron Cross Patriot Running Boards
- Available in your choice of Marine-grade stainless steel or a tux powder coat finish
- Sharp edges and flat-panel styling combine for a clean appearance
- Plenty of room to plant your foot with a durable 5”W step pad
- Durable, 1-piece end-cap completes the custom look
- Each board features a Folds of Honor logo badge
- Iron Cross Running Boards are sold as a pair
- Patriot Running Boards are proudly made in the USA
- Your Iron Cross Patriot Running Boards are backed by a 5-year warranty on black powder coat and Lifetime Warranty on polished stainless steel
Let the British know who’s coming by installing a set of Iron Cross Patriot Running Boards. Sharp edges and flat-panel styling combine for a look as sleek as a minuteman’s musket-barrel. And while their 5”W step pads aren’t quite as broad as our spacious skies, they give you more than enough room to help you and your passengers in and out of your cab.
Wrought from high-strength American steel, Iron Cross Patriot Truck Steps come in either a highly polished finish or a rugged, black tux powder coat. Cap it all off with a durable, 1-piece end-cap and you’ll be ready to take the highway, as the boys from Spartanburg sang. Your Iron Cross Patriot Running Boards are covered by a 5-year warranty on black powder coat and Lifetime Warranty on stainless steel.
As an added feature, Iron Cross has partnered with the Folds of Honor Foundation, which provides scholarships to the children and spouses of soldiers killed or disabled in service to our country. This means that when you purchase a set of Patriot running boards, part of the proceeds go to this worthy foundation. As a symbol of their appreciation, each Iron Cross Patriot Truck Step comes with a Folds of Honor flag emblem engraved out front.
Iron Cross Patriot Running Boards Customer Reviews
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Reviewed by Jason F (CANNELTON, IN) Reviewed for a 2003 GMC Sierra — Mar 15, 2018 8:48 PM
Very disappointed in the installation technique of this step. The step itself is very nice but the mounting brackets are not my ideal of a good setup for my 2003 GMC. The boards stuck out way too far, like 3-4 inches past the tires, so I had to cut the brackets off. I very much like the look of the step but would recommend finding someone to build custom brackets that would attach to the frame if you are installing on an older truck.
Reviewed by Douglas S (WEST CHESTER, OH) Reviewed for a 2014 Toyota Tundra — Sep 13, 2017 4:24 AM
I couldn't be happier with these running boards. They look sharp, I've gotten numerous compliments on them. They're great for my wife in helping her short little legs into the truck. And a great value for the quality. I would definitely buy them again. They give the truck a nice clean finished look that I was looking for, great product.
Reviewed by Casey L (SPOKANE, WA) Reviewed for a 2017 Toyota Tundra — May 02, 2017 8:11 PM
Ordered the black patriot running boards for my 2017 tundra crew max. Package arrived quickly and install was a breeze. These running boards are great looking and very solid. If these running boards are any indication of other iron cross products, I wouldn't hesitate to buy them. Well worth the money.
Reviewed by Korey B (Sioux City, IA) Reviewed for a 2016 Chevy Silverado — Apr 05, 2017 12:49 PM
A little disappointed with these boards. Instructions were not very detailed and did not include my model year '16. Had to do a little of my own engineering to figure it out. Seem like they stick out to far for my model truck.
Reviewed by Michael S (Plymouth, IN) Reviewed for a 2016 GMC Sierra — Mar 28, 2017 9:26 PM
The final fit and finish is good. Installed on a new 2016 GMC 1500 double cab. No drilling for this unit. But the when you are to attach the running board to the supports, either the channel was not cut wide enough on the bottom of the board or the attachment pieces were slightly to large which required a alternate installation approach that is more difficult and time consuming. Knowing this the second side went faster.
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