Reviewed By Barry M (Saint Bernard, LA) Reviewed for a 1999 Chevy Suburban —5/16/2018 9:29 PM
very nice running boards and ease of installation was a snap. No tricks and very good installation instructions.
Reviewed By Matt K (ERIE, CO) Reviewed for a 2017 Toyota Tundra —5/16/2018 8:27 PM
Black powder coat looks great. It seems well protected so I'm not worried about rust. Bars are very solid and easily hold my weight about 200 lbs and could go much higher. Makes it much easier for my wife and son to get in the truck. Buy them, you'll be happy.
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