Running boards date back to the glory days of automotive style and convenience. But just because Bonnie and Clyde used them, doesn't mean you have to pull a bank heist to pay the dealership for yours. Steelcraft Running Boards run with the best boards the factory has to offer—without running your credit rating into the ground.
Steelcraft side boards are crafted from strong, rust-resistant extruded aluminum for maximum strength. Then, your Steelcraft running boards for trucks and SUVs are wrapped with a rubberized step surface for super sure footing and trimmed with stainless steel for stepped up style.
When it comes to installing your Steelcraft truck running boards, there’s no need to run to the hardware store, or run your drill. Your Steelcraft side steps feature custom mounting brackets that bolt right to existing factory frame holes in no time. Even better, Steelcraft backs your Aluminum Running Boards with a limited Lifetime Warranty.
Reviewed by James M (South Point, OH) Reviewed for a 2008 Buick Enclave — Oct 16, 2014 1:33 PM
looks great, however I had to have a garage to install the four outside brackets. Could not see or guess where the inside holes were, needs to be lifted inorder to get under the vehicle to line the hole up for the bolts.
Reviewed by Korey K (Olathe, KS) Reviewed for a 2014 Dodge Durango — Sep 30, 2014 1:38 PM
Overall, I'm quite pleased with these. These Steelcraft Running Boards have a nice, wide step. The install was easy, and straight-forward. These boards are sturdy as long as you step between the outside brackets (there's 3). I recently found out, if you have passengers exiting the 3rd row, they step on the end of the rear board -- outside of the last bracket. There is quite a bit of flex if you step in this spot. Thus, I gave them 4 stars.
Reviewed by Matt G (KALAMAZOO, MI) — Aug 31, 2014 11:22 AM
Purchased running boards for 2014 GMC Acadia. They look awesome! They hide the frame of the vehicle and enhance the appearance by adding the stainless trim to the bottom of the car. The fit makes it look like they were installed at the factory - GM should use these as an official accessory option instead of what they actually offer. Installation was fairly simple - worst part was removing the foam insulation from the vehicle.