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Lund 5" Oval Nerf Bars Reviews


good choice

Reviewed By Whitfield B (NANTUCKET, MA) Reviewed for a 2014 Toyota Tacoma —5/4/2016 9:38 PM

These Lund Nerf bars are great! Curved ends look well as does the black finish & step pads. I ordered the 5" which really look nice, but the 4" would look well too. Install was pretty straight forward & not a big deal although the instructions could have been a little clearer. A nice complement to a Tacoma & very sporty.

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Steelcraft 5" Widestep Premium Oval Nerf Bars Reviews


Wonder why I waited so long to buy?

Reviewed By Thomas S (Grand Junction, CO) Reviewed for a 2016 Toyota Tundra —5/4/2016 1:48 PM

I have thought about installing a set of these since I bought my 2010 Tundra back in 2010. I never did, but when I bought my new 2016 Tundra I ordered a set and they came sooner than expected to my door. I read the instructions and installed them myself in less than 1 hour. Don't know why I didn't install these on my Pickups the minute I bought them! Great product! Easy install that looks terrific and really helps myself and friends get up into the seats. Should save the seat leather!

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ICI Magnum RT Step Bars Reviews


Great look, easy install, but...

Reviewed By James H (Norco, CA) Reviewed for a 2003 Ford F-250 —5/4/2016 11:08 AM

These are the best looking steps I've seen. They look as good in person as in the glamor-shot photos. Install was easy. Seriously easy. About 45 minutes by myself easy. The only complaint - they flex quite a bit when you use them. They are not boxed-in on the bottom, so you're basically standing on a piece of angle-iron. If you want these to be rock-solid, you'll be boxing them in yourself...which you won't do, because it would mess up the powdercoat.

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