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2010 Chevy Traverse
Running Boards, Side Steps & Nerf Bars

2010 Chevy Traverse Running Boards, Side Steps & Nerf Bars

Sitting up high gives you a commanding view of the road, and everyone else around you, but that also makes getting in and out of your vehicle difficult for some, including the elderly, children, those with certain disabilities, and thu uh, vertically challenged among us. Nerf bars and side steps are one of the most popular solutions out there, sometimes even coming stock on new trucks and SUVs. Check out our handy Truck Cab Guide to gain some insight about determining your truck's cab style. You can also review our Top 10 Running Boards and Nerf Bars for 2020.

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Not sure which 2010 Chevy Traverse Nerf Bars & Running Boards are right for you? We have over 7887 customer reviews, with an average rating of 4.5, to help you find exactly what you're looking for. Here's what some of our customers have said:

"Simple to install. Looks great. Small cut in the Front Driver's Side plastic step. Too small to send back. Chrome cleans easily. All parts were there. Nothing missing. Instructions were easy to follow and matched what holes were underneath the car. Some holes had foam in them that had to be pushed aside. Great value since Auto Anything gave me an additional 15% off. I bought the chrome because I had read about the black finish chipping off after a few weeks. Chrome complements the chrome around the windows perfectly. I'd buy this again. I saved $300 off the dealer installed version. I like this style more than the dealer's version. I have a 2010 Chevy Traverse and everything fit just perfectly. Thanks Auto Anything!" —John M from Beaverton, OR bought a Steelcraft 3" Round Step Nerf Bars for a 2010 Chevy Traverse.

"When I opened the package, found a pile of sheared off rivets and thought, hmmm wonder where these came from. Soon found out. The rivets that hold on the edge molding where all sheared off. Too much trouble to send back so I got sheet metal screws that fit and secured the molding. Other than that they are fine. Look good and seem to support the weight. Everything fit perfectly." —Richard S from Auburn, WA bought a Dee Zee NX Running Boards for a 2010 Chevy Traverse.

"Simple to install. Looks great. Small cut in the Front Driver's Side plastic step. Too small to send back. Chrome cleans easily. All parts were there. Nothing missing. Instructions were easy to follow and matched what holes were underneath the car. Some holes had foam in them that had to be pushed aside. Great value since Auto Anything gave me an additional 15% off. I bought the chrome because I had read about the black finish chipping off after a few weeks. Chrome complements the chrome around the windows perfectly. I'd buy this again. I saved $300 off the dealer installed version. I like this style more than the dealer's version. I have a 2010 Chevy Traverse and everything fit just perfectly. Thanks Auto Anything!" —John M from Beaverton, OR bought a Steelcraft 3" Round Step Nerf Bars for a 2010 Chevy Traverse.

"Bars were very straight forward to install, but if you have doubts before you start just do a search on YouTube and there is videos of the bars being installed. Great product and they looked great on the SUV" —Tracy T from Athens, AL bought a Westin 3" Signature Series Nerf Bars for a 2010 Chevy Traverse.

"Look really cool against my black Chevy Traverse. Problem was installation kit was missing the 'Z-bars' and when I called the company they advised they had to MAKE the part. (Apparently didn't have one in stock.) On plus side, part arrived within the week, but still entailed 2 trips to mechanic to install them. Very frustrating. Subsequently bought Safari bars from same manufacturer which, oddly enough, don't fit either. Still, as I say, looks cool now they are installed." —Iain D from Howard Beach, NY bought a Steelcraft 3" Round Step Nerf Bars for a 2010 Chevy Traverse.

"I was looking for some step bars for my new traverse and the dealer wanted an unbelievable amount of money. I did a search and was directed to AA.com. Easy to install and makes my new car stand out." —Travis B from Loveland, OH bought a Steelcraft 3" Round Step Nerf Bars for a 2010 Chevy Traverse.

"the bars weren't too bad to install on the traverse. Two hours is about right. The person who claims they did both sides in 30 minutes of full of it. Like another stated, one of the bolts must have severed the nut off the bracket because it spins freely but seems to be holding tight. These are not the sturdiest but they are very helpful for the children to get in." —Mark C from Riverton, UT bought a Steelcraft 3" Round Step Nerf Bars for a 2010 Chevy Traverse.

"They look great, the price was great. Only issue was one of the front brackets was angled the wrong way so I had to bend the z-bracket to fit correctly. Well worth the money." —Jeffrey P from Johnstown, PA bought an Aries 3" Round Nerf Bars for a 2010 Chevy Traverse.

"I am somewhat physically challenged when it come to stepping up & I would feel more secure if they were wider . the width of them crowds my foot as I turn & just putting toetips on is not a secure feeling. Also I would prefer a longer amount of tread on them." —Earldene R from Ridgeville, IN bought a Westin 3" Signature Series Nerf Bars for a 2010 Chevy Traverse.

"When I opened the package, found a pile of sheared off rivets and thought, hmmm wonder where these came from. Soon found out. The rivets that hold on the edge molding where all sheared off. Too much trouble to send back so I got sheet metal screws that fit and secured the molding. Other than that they are fine. Look good and seem to support the weight. Everything fit perfectly." —Richard S from Auburn, WA bought a Dee Zee NX Running Boards for a 2010 Chevy Traverse.

"The running boards are nice and look and work very well. The only complaint that I have is that the attachment bolts that must be captured in a hole in the frame would be much better served if they would provide a stud and nut instead of a bolt. It is very difficult to start the bolts as it must be done by feel. Putting the retainer in and then being able to thread a stud in and finish with the washers and nut would be much easier. Also, these holes on my car were filled with foam." —Ervin C from Ruidoso, NM bought an EGR Integrated Side Step Running Boards for a 2010 Chevy Traverse.

In addition to Chevy Traverse Nerf Bars & Running Boards, you may also enjoy one of these popular products: Motor Trend by PetEgo Mesh Pet Barrier, HitchMate TruckStep, Lund Genesis Elite Seal & Peel Tonneau Cover.
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2010 Chevy Traverse Running Boards, Side Steps & Nerf Bars

Sitting up high gives you a commanding view of the road, and everyone else around you, but that also makes getting in and out of your vehicle difficult for some, including the elderly, children, those with certain disabilities, and thu uh, vertically challenged among us. Nerf bars and side steps are one of the most popular solutions out there, sometimes even coming stock on new trucks and SUVs. Check out our handy Truck Cab Guide to gain some insight about determining your truck's cab style. You can also review our Top 10 Running Boards and Nerf Bars for 2020.

Shop Popular Make Model Nerf Bars - For a Perfect Fit
Chevy Silverado Nerf Bars | Honda Pilot Nerf Bars | Dodge Durango Nerf Bars | Toyota 4Runner Nerf Bars | Chevy Silverado Nerf Bars |
Not sure which 2010 Chevy Traverse Nerf Bars & Running Boards are right for you? We have over 7887 customer reviews, with an average rating of 4.5, to help you find exactly what you're looking for. Here's what some of our customers have said:

"Simple to install. Looks great. Small cut in the Front Driver's Side plastic step. Too small to send back. Chrome cleans easily. All parts were there. Nothing missing. Instructions were easy to follow and matched what holes were underneath the car. Some holes had foam in them that had to be pushed aside. Great value since Auto Anything gave me an additional 15% off. I bought the chrome because I had read about the black finish chipping off after a few weeks. Chrome complements the chrome around the windows perfectly. I'd buy this again. I saved $300 off the dealer installed version. I like this style more than the dealer's version. I have a 2010 Chevy Traverse and everything fit just perfectly. Thanks Auto Anything!" —John M from Beaverton, OR bought a Steelcraft 3" Round Step Nerf Bars for a 2010 Chevy Traverse.

"When I opened the package, found a pile of sheared off rivets and thought, hmmm wonder where these came from. Soon found out. The rivets that hold on the edge molding where all sheared off. Too much trouble to send back so I got sheet metal screws that fit and secured the molding. Other than that they are fine. Look good and seem to support the weight. Everything fit perfectly." —Richard S from Auburn, WA bought a Dee Zee NX Running Boards for a 2010 Chevy Traverse.

"Simple to install. Looks great. Small cut in the Front Driver's Side plastic step. Too small to send back. Chrome cleans easily. All parts were there. Nothing missing. Instructions were easy to follow and matched what holes were underneath the car. Some holes had foam in them that had to be pushed aside. Great value since Auto Anything gave me an additional 15% off. I bought the chrome because I had read about the black finish chipping off after a few weeks. Chrome complements the chrome around the windows perfectly. I'd buy this again. I saved $300 off the dealer installed version. I like this style more than the dealer's version. I have a 2010 Chevy Traverse and everything fit just perfectly. Thanks Auto Anything!" —John M from Beaverton, OR bought a Steelcraft 3" Round Step Nerf Bars for a 2010 Chevy Traverse.

"Bars were very straight forward to install, but if you have doubts before you start just do a search on YouTube and there is videos of the bars being installed. Great product and they looked great on the SUV" —Tracy T from Athens, AL bought a Westin 3" Signature Series Nerf Bars for a 2010 Chevy Traverse.

"Look really cool against my black Chevy Traverse. Problem was installation kit was missing the 'Z-bars' and when I called the company they advised they had to MAKE the part. (Apparently didn't have one in stock.) On plus side, part arrived within the week, but still entailed 2 trips to mechanic to install them. Very frustrating. Subsequently bought Safari bars from same manufacturer which, oddly enough, don't fit either. Still, as I say, looks cool now they are installed." —Iain D from Howard Beach, NY bought a Steelcraft 3" Round Step Nerf Bars for a 2010 Chevy Traverse.

"I was looking for some step bars for my new traverse and the dealer wanted an unbelievable amount of money. I did a search and was directed to AA.com. Easy to install and makes my new car stand out." —Travis B from Loveland, OH bought a Steelcraft 3" Round Step Nerf Bars for a 2010 Chevy Traverse.

"the bars weren't too bad to install on the traverse. Two hours is about right. The person who claims they did both sides in 30 minutes of full of it. Like another stated, one of the bolts must have severed the nut off the bracket because it spins freely but seems to be holding tight. These are not the sturdiest but they are very helpful for the children to get in." —Mark C from Riverton, UT bought a Steelcraft 3" Round Step Nerf Bars for a 2010 Chevy Traverse.

"They look great, the price was great. Only issue was one of the front brackets was angled the wrong way so I had to bend the z-bracket to fit correctly. Well worth the money." —Jeffrey P from Johnstown, PA bought an Aries 3" Round Nerf Bars for a 2010 Chevy Traverse.

"I am somewhat physically challenged when it come to stepping up & I would feel more secure if they were wider . the width of them crowds my foot as I turn & just putting toetips on is not a secure feeling. Also I would prefer a longer amount of tread on them." —Earldene R from Ridgeville, IN bought a Westin 3" Signature Series Nerf Bars for a 2010 Chevy Traverse.

"When I opened the package, found a pile of sheared off rivets and thought, hmmm wonder where these came from. Soon found out. The rivets that hold on the edge molding where all sheared off. Too much trouble to send back so I got sheet metal screws that fit and secured the molding. Other than that they are fine. Look good and seem to support the weight. Everything fit perfectly." —Richard S from Auburn, WA bought a Dee Zee NX Running Boards for a 2010 Chevy Traverse.

"The running boards are nice and look and work very well. The only complaint that I have is that the attachment bolts that must be captured in a hole in the frame would be much better served if they would provide a stud and nut instead of a bolt. It is very difficult to start the bolts as it must be done by feel. Putting the retainer in and then being able to thread a stud in and finish with the washers and nut would be much easier. Also, these holes on my car were filled with foam." —Ervin C from Ruidoso, NM bought an EGR Integrated Side Step Running Boards for a 2010 Chevy Traverse.

In addition to Chevy Traverse Nerf Bars & Running Boards, you may also enjoy one of these popular products: Motor Trend by PetEgo Mesh Pet Barrier, HitchMate TruckStep, Lund Genesis Elite Seal & Peel Tonneau Cover.
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Customer Reviews

Steelcraft 3" Round Nerf Bars

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the bars weren't too bad to install on the traverse. Two hours is about right. The person who claims they did both sides in 30 minutes of full of it. Like another stated, one of the bolts must have severed the nut off the bracket because it spins freely but seems to be holding tight. These are not the sturdiest but they are very helpful for the children to get in. View more reviews...
Posted By mark c (Riverton, UT) / February 4, 2012
2010 Chevy Traverse
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Westin 3" E Series Round Nerf Bars

Outstanding product!

Exactly as advertised. Looks Great, easy to install, fast shipping. Thanks for a great service. View more reviews...
Posted By TOMMY W (FRANKLIN, TN) / April 15, 2020
2011 Chevy Traverse
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APS 6" iStep Side Steps

Best of Many Options to Choose From!

These 6" side steps are exactly what I needed to help my 91year old mother-in-law to be able to get into my Traverse without assistance! I purchased a cheaper version from another vendor two years ago that were not made specifically for a Traverse. They were very hard to install, were not stable to step up on and she always needed assistance when stepping on them to get into the car. These fit the car perfectly, and line up perfectly withe the pre-drilled holes in the frame. Great Product! View more reviews...
Posted By Jerry M (RICHARDSON, TX) / February 1, 2019
2014 Chevy Traverse
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