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Go Rhino Running Boards, Side Steps & Nerf Bars

When it comes to stepping up (and into your truck) in style, we’re here to give you a foot up with Go Rhino nerf bars and side steps. We carry several styles that are anything but subtle and promise long lasting durability, backed by generous warranties to give you the peace of mind you want when buying high-quality vehicle accessories.
Though they occasionally go by different names, truck steps, step bars, and nerf bars all serve the same basic function: to get you into the cab of your truck incident-free and with ease. And, since all Go Rhino steps share the brand's unrelenting commitment to top-notch construction and structural integrity, the decision comes down to the details - and perhaps a bit personal preference, too.

Go Rhino nerf bars, side steps and running boards run the entire length of your truck cabin, but nerf bars will only have a stepping pad under each door. Go Rhino side steps and running boards, on the other hand, give you a continuous slip-free step regardless of where you stand along the side of your truck or SUV. They can also protect the side and doors of your rig from nasty nicks and any rocks that decide to jump up as you cruise through different terrains. For the most simple of solutions, you can decide to purchase a single step, which fits under each door. This comes with the same quality and utility as any of the other Go Rhino step bars, but with a little less visual impact on your truck or SUV. For drivers that are looking for a high-impact upgrade to their dually or lifted truck, the Go Rhino Dominator or OEXtreme steps in brighter than bright chrome will leave a lasting impression on anyone who passes by.

When it comes to getting them attached to your vehicle, most Go Rhino nerf bars have a no-drill, no cutting installation that blends perfectly into the design of your vehicle and easily fits with regular, extended and crew cab trucks. Zinc-coated steel, stainless steel chrome, and coated black options help you achieve the style you want for your vehicle. Corrosion, impact, and abrasion-resistant construction make sure your Go Rhino side steps stand up to the test of time. And reinforced, skid-resistant step pads give a solid, sure-footed grip in any weather. What more could you need?

Our customers have trusted Go Rhino car parts for years to deliver a rugged resilience to the tougher conditions that our off-road trucks and well-worn SUVs encounter, and they’ve come out on the other end gleaming just like new. You can shop our Go Rhino side steps and Go Rhino step bars, for a full, warranty-backed look and total accessibility from every angle of your truck.
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Go Rhino 3" 4000 Series Round Nerf Bars

Best bang for your buck

Mounted up flawlessly. They're extremely sturdy and have little flex under my 240lb load. Had to go with the stainless for the lifetime warranty. View more reviews...
Posted By Kody H (CLEAR LAKE, MN) / February 21, 2022
Go Rhino RB20 Running Boards

Nice Boards for Big Trucks

Bought these to install on a 2022 Ram 5500 with 41" tires. Truck sit 7.5" taller than stock. I got these because they have a drop hoop but I ended up not using them. I had to modify the rear bracket on the driver side to clear the DEF tank since the cab & chassis have a large tank. Overall I am very pleased with the boards. Amazing packaging and finish! View more reviews...
Posted By Jonathan L (West Jordan, UT) / December 18, 2021
2007 Dodge Ram
Go Rhino Dominator Rock Sliders

Great steps, but tricky to install

The steps are great looking and heavy duty, which means you will either need someone to help hold them in place, or use jack stands to hold them in place. Because these use brackets that have to slide into the rails through an opening, you have to hold the bracket in place with one hand, and thread the bolt with the other. I also had to grind down the edge on two brackets because they wouldn't fit into the opening. It's a very close fit, when there's no reason for it. Work great as steps& rails. View more reviews...
Posted By Chris G (Weatherford, TX) / September 12, 2020