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Lund Terrain HX Step Bars

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    Whether you’re rushing to beat the morning traffic or you’re in a hurry to kick-start your off-roading weekend, a set of Lund Terrain HX Step Bars can get you up and into your ride that much faster. Wrought from durable 3” steel tubing, these hard-working side steps combine rugged protection with distinctive style.

    The Lund Terrain HX Step attaches easily to your pickup frame or Jeep rocker panels for easy installation—no drilling required. And a lowered entry and exit height of 4” is provided, courtesy of the rugged hoop steps durably welded to the main tube.

    Lund Terrain HX Step Bars are available in a black powder coat textured finish to combat corrosion with a sleek profile that protects against road debris. Your Lund Terrain HX Truck Steps are made in the USA and covered by a Limited Lifetime Warranty.

    Lund Terrain HX Step Bars Customer Reviews

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    8 Customer Reviews

    Great Rugged Look

    Reviewed by Andrew O (BYRON CENTER, MI) Reviewed for a 2017 Chevy Silverado — Sep 03, 2017 7:15 AM

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    Happy with the bars themselves. My package came and was missing some installation hardware but Autoanything made it right quickly. I get lots of compliments.

    Highly disappointed

    Reviewed by Hieu V (PASS CHRISTIAN, MS) Reviewed for a 2005 Ford F-150 — Aug 09, 2017 2:03 PM

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    The metal material the bars are made out feel cheap and bendable. The placement of the steps are too far forward making it difficult to climb out of the truck, so I just jump out instead of stepping down the bar. The front of the tube is open-ended letting lots of mud and dirt in. Last, the label that advertises the brand "Lund" is placed on the inside of the bars, and they're uneven. Would not recommend due to cheap quality.

    Class company; class product.

    Reviewed by Rich C (Hilton, NY) Reviewed for a 2017 Chevy Colorado — Aug 05, 2017 8:16 AM

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    I was thankfully impressed when receiving and seeing the quality of my Lund HX Step Bars. Fit, welds and finish are great. Installation was exact and straightforward. I'm not knocking other brands, but you can trust in this product.

    Pleased with my purchase

    Reviewed by Michael M (GALAX, VA) Reviewed for a 2004 Ford F-150 — Aug 05, 2017 5:49 AM

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    These fit great on my 2004 Ford F150 FX4, and they really match the styling of the truck. The installation was easy, every hole lined up perfectly. (I did have one bolt that had bad threads, but luckily I had a tap set and was able to clean up the threads) The steps look great and are sturdy. I've already had multiple comments about how they look.

    Look great but didn't fit right

    Reviewed by Edgar S (Sacramento, CA) Reviewed for a 2017 Toyota Tacoma — Feb 04, 2017 3:40 PM

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    Steps look very nice but I had a very hard time putting these on. The holes on the steps match perfectly with the holes already in my Tacoma (no drilling needed) but front end of both steps hit a metal piece of my trucks body so it was very very hard to bolt on the front ends of both steps. I was able to bolt them completely; however, when driving, the front end of the steps rub against the trucks body and create a loud scratching noise. Lund should have made front end about 1/2 inch shorter.