Romik Running Board Sidesteps Customer Reviews
194 Customer Reviews
Is that a nerf bar, a side step or a running board? None of the above-it's the Running Board Sidesteps from Romik. By fusing a sturdy stainless steel nerf bar with a tuff anti-slip treaded board, Romik's created the hottest running boards on the street.
Crafted from 100% pure stainless steel, the Running Board Sidesteps are built to uplift you and your passengers for years to come. And, with your choice of black or polished finish, Romik elevates your rigs style, too.
Romik Running Board Sidesteps with Add-On Drop Step Bars include an additional 3" nerf bar below the Running Board Sidesteps, providing something extra when it comes to stepping into your ride. The Add-On Drop Step Bar makes for an easier-to-access lower step with an extra stap pad for a no-slip, high-traction entry point. Appealing to the eye, these sleek yet striking Romik Running Board Sidesteps with Add-On Drop Step Bars amp up any truck while creating a jaw-dropping look.
Don't worry about wrestling with your truck all weekend. Romik designs the Running Board Sidesteps to bolt right up to your ride. Everything you need for the easy installation is included, and there's no funky cutting or drilling required.
Since Romik's been engineering stainless steel since the 50s, you can trust the superior quality. In fact, Romik gives you a 10-year warranty on the black powder coat finish and a whopping Lifetime Warranty on the Polished Stainless Steel.
194 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Everett P (La Mesa, CA) Reviewed for a 2013 Toyota Tacoma — Sep 06, 2014 10:25 AM
It fit up easy using two people (40 mins). It doesn't make much of a step, but I wanted to have the high clearance with the added protection of the sidestep (ordered without optional step bars). It looks great and appears to be well made. It fits up tight under the doorway and extends no further than the tires. Lay out the parts and read/review photos before starting. Don't final tighten anything until it's loosely in place.
Reviewed by Dan R (Fort Collins, CO) Reviewed for a 2006 Toyota Tundra — Jul 26, 2014 12:09 PM
Like you see in some of the other reviews, the mounting hardware is awful. After using my own bolts, great results. I've used Romik on an FJ previously and the extenders are not necessary.
Reviewed by Tom W (TUCSON, AZ) Reviewed for a 2014 Ford Edge — Jul 16, 2014 8:48 PM
Pictures didn't seem to exactly match my 2014 Ford Edge. Also would be helpful if you provided a few tips ... like partially connect bar/bolt to the metal mounting bracket BEFORE putting bar into the rectangular slot. I found out the hard way that holding the bracket then trying to put a washer then lock washer then nut on the bolt is almost impossible for a moving bolt while lying on your back. If you only used the pictures most people would not be able to install the product.
Reviewed by John S (ERIE, PA) Reviewed for a 2014 Audi Q7 — Jul 15, 2014 9:50 AM
Bought a new SUV and it proved to be a bit difficult for my wife to get in and out of. Did a little research and found the Romik running boards that seemed to meet my needs. Purchased and received them with minimal effort. I was a bit disappointed in the pictorial "instructions". It took several reviews to understand where to start and even more to figure out which pieces went where and on what side. First side was a pain, second went very smooth and the finished job looked good.
Reviewed by Christos G P (Spokane, WA) Reviewed for a 2010 Toyota FJ Cruiser — Jun 03, 2014 8:02 AM
I received the running boards 10 days ago. In my opinion the instructions were missing a page or 2, there was not enough bolts and washers to install the running boards according to the 1 page of instructions I did receive in the carton. I am still waiting for the extenders that were ordered at the same time. I think I will get to do a partial uninstall to place the extenders when/if they arrive.
Reviewed by Archie C (KAPOLEI, HI) Reviewed for a 2014 Infiniti QX60 — Apr 03, 2014 8:36 PM
The wife is very happy with the running boards on her QX60 and they look great. Down side for me is that shipping cost was as much as the running boards since I live in Hawaii.
Reviewed by Eddie D (ELIZABETHTOWN, KY) Reviewed for a 2013 Toyota Tundra — Dec 01, 2013 3:29 PM
I have to give big thanks to AutoAnything for their assistance. Bolted bracets on by the directions and broke 3 bolts and bent the brackets trying to get things tight enough the step wouldn't slip. contacted AutoAnything and they had Romik ship new brackets. With assistance figured out the front brackets had to be installed opposite the directions. Steps mount to the truck body in only two places and flex the body when stepped on. I wouldn't recommend these steps for this truck.