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2008 Honda Ridgeline
Running Boards, Side Steps & Nerf Bars

2008 Honda Ridgeline Running Boards, Side Steps & Nerf Bars

Not sure which 2008 Honda Ridgeline 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:

"THEY CAME ON TIME PRICE WAS BETTER THAN ANY WHERE IN THE STATES.THEY LOOK GREAT.THESE ARE THE ROUND BARS.AUTOANYTHING WAS A PLEASURE TO DEAL WITH." —Ignazio J C from Islip, NY bought a Westin 3" Platinum Series Nerf Bars for a 2008 Honda Ridgeline.

"Heavy duty, and for rust belt areas stainless is the only way to go. Installation was OK, second side went much faster after I figured it out on the first side. I looks at a lot of steps and went with these because of the better protection overall." —Clyde B from Oswego, NY bought a Romik Running Board Sidesteps for a 2008 Honda Ridgeline.

"THEY CAME ON TIME PRICE WAS BETTER THAN ANY WHERE IN THE STATES.THEY LOOK GREAT.THESE ARE THE ROUND BARS.AUTOANYTHING WAS A PLEASURE TO DEAL WITH." —Ignazio J C from Islip, NY bought a Westin 3" Platinum Series Nerf Bars for a 2008 Honda Ridgeline.

"Fit well, went only easily, no special tools, nor drilling. Looks good and am very satisfied." —Michael H from Rockwell, NC bought a Steelcraft 3" Round Step Nerf Bars for a 2008 Honda Ridgeline.

"I was very please with the Nerf Bars. They were delivered with in 3 day and in perfict condition. They made a big difference in the appearance in my 2008 Honda Ridgeline. My wife loves them (she is only 5 ft tall). The only issue I had was in the instilation instruction it wasn't clear which mounting bracket went front and rear." —Niles T from Yuma, AZ bought a Steelcraft 3" Round Step Nerf Bars for a 2008 Honda Ridgeline.

"Only complaint is the mounting brackets are mislabeled. The passenger "middle" and "rear" brackets are really for the driver side." —Eric M from Pacifica, CA bought an Aries 3" Round Nerf Bars for a 2008 Honda Ridgeline.

"I am very inpressed with my new and first time with my Steelcraft 3" Round Step Nerf Bars.They give my Ridgeline a good looking apperance." —John J from Bristol, CT bought a Steelcraft 3" Round Step Nerf Bars for a 2008 Honda Ridgeline.

"they were easy to install. tookm less than 45 minutes, everything lined up perfectly." —David B from Sarasota, FL bought a Steelcraft 3" Round Step Nerf Bars for a 2008 Honda Ridgeline.

"Good fit, easy to install mainly because the vehicle already has the predrilled and tapped holes for it (Honda). Instuctions not completely accurate or explanatory, but it's a nerf bar, not a space shuttle. I had exactly the correct amount of fasteners, no room for error (suggestion Go Rhino, throw in a couple extras just in case). Support brackets could be a little less conspicuous from the side view, but acceptable. Overall bang for the buck very high. I'm ordering another set for a friend. If I had them installed before sideswiping a pole they would have saved me a grand in paint and bodywork. Mother in law can now easily climb into the truck, but that is probably not a selling point for most people." —Charles L from Fulshear, TX bought a Go Rhino 3" 4000 Series Nerf Bars for a 2008 Honda Ridgeline.

"I had these same nerf bars on a previous vehicle so I knew they would be high quality and look great. I was worried that installation could be problematic but everything matched up perfectly and the nerf bars were on in less than an hour. It could of been completed in less time but I paused for a beer between the two sides. Once I got under the vehicle is was very easy to see exactly what needed to be done. Great product and easy installation on my Ridgeline." —Douglas R from Tucson, AZ bought a Westin 3" Signature Series Nerf Bars for a 2008 Honda Ridgeline.

"I can't believe how these change the look of the truck. These are perfect to help tie things down on the luggage rack. They also protect the doors from people who don't respect cars parked next to the them; it's easier to touch-up these than it is to paint the truck." —David W from Simi Valley, CA bought a Steelcraft 3" Round Step Nerf Bars for a 2008 Honda Ridgeline.

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APS 5" iStep Side Steps

great product

The kit was complete. The directions were well written. The parts lined up perfectly. They fit well and look and function great. View more reviews...
Posted By Christopher W (FLAGSTAFF, AZ) / August 28, 2018
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Steelcraft 3" Round Nerf Bars

installation on a ridgeline

they were easy to install. tookm less than 45 minutes, everything lined up perfectly. View more reviews...
Posted By david b (Sarasota, FL) / March 22, 2012
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Aries 3" Round Nerf Bars

Excellent quality for the price

Only complaint is the mounting brackets are mislabeled. The passenger "middle" and "rear" brackets are really for the driver side. View more reviews...
Posted By Eric M (Pacifica, CA) / May 12, 2011
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