Best Boards of the Market
Reviewed By Todd S (GREENVILLE, WI) Reviewed for a 2013 Dodge Ram —5/19/2015 6:43 AM
After looking at the boards for a few months and getting tired of waiting for purchase authorization from Department of Veterans Affairs, i decided to buy them myself to assist me getting in and out of my 2013 Dodge Ram 1500 Crew Cab. These are the best boards out there and are at the right height when extended to assist getting in and out of vehicle. Plug-n-play option is the only way to go and reduces installation time and will make your installer very happy.
Somewhat poor design w/ regard to installation
Reviewed By Renzin Y (Bellevue, WA) Reviewed for a 2010 Lexus RX 350 —4/29/2015 2:22 PM
A little about me - licensed professional mechanical engineer (extensive general automotive repair experience). The electrical systems were easy to install (decent instructions). But the mounting of brackets onto the truck was flawed. There wasnt adequate space to clip in the electrical connection for the motors and it had to be FORCED into place. The running boards do work...but really poor design bestop. Also, you need to oil it after every wash or heavy rain (or it squeaks).
Putco Boss 4" Round Nerf Bars
Reviewed By Perry M (FINDLAY, OH) —4/29/2015 4:45 AM
The negatives: When mounting the bars, I had to run the threads in the rivet nuts of the bars so that the bolts would start. To prevent rust, the bolts should have been stainless and the brackets powder coated. The front step pad is too far forward making it more awkward to enter and causing your foot to scuff the polished bar. Too expensive for the above mentioned reasons. The positives: They're relatively easy to install, look good and attractively cover the full length wheel to wheel.