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Rampage Xtremeline Running Boards

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Cut yourself a break from climbing into your big truck, day in and day out. Equip it with Rampage Xtremeline Running Boards for not just ease of entry, but an enhanced appearance. Their stylized look is made complete by attractive angles and defined lines throughout—making it clear these are not your average side step bars.

Truck side steps are an easy way to add convenience to your truck. They're especially convenient when they bolt right onto your truck (most truck models) with no drilling required. And, with 50% extra step room than those other bars you were looking at, the Rampage no-drill running boards make getting in & out of your rig a breeze.

Available in multiple color options, your Rampage step boards bring new life to your truck. To fully customize your look, the black finish can be painted for a true color-match. Your Rampage Xtremeline Running Boards come protected with a 5-year limited warranty (stainless steel) or a 1-year limited warranty (black finish).

Rampage Xtremeline Running Boards Customer Reviews

2013 Tundra

11 of 12 people found the following review helpful.

Reviewed by Roger K (FREMONT, NE) Reviewed for a 2013 Toyota Tundra — Jun 03, 2013 8:23 PM

The brackets fit great problem was the boards plastic ends run into the front fender where it slopes down. Had to grind off plastic to make the fit and it worked just not what one wants to do with a new purchase. The boards are not as heavy as I anticipated and plastic is cheap. You get what you pay for! They'll work but I wish I'd have looked at them in a store before plunking down the cash.

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