Nerf Bars vs. Running Boards: Understanding the Difference Between the Two

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Nerf Bars vs. Running Boards

Westin E-Series Nerf Bars
Westin Accessories & Parts

The Difference Between Nerf & Running Boards

The only major difference between running boards and nerf bars is in the stepping area. Running boards, like the Luverne Grip Step Running Boards we carry, provide a stepping pad that runs the entire length of the board. Nerf bars, on the other hand, like Aries Nerf Bars, provide a stepping surface at each entry point into your cabin.

Selecting the Right Side Steps for Your Vehicle

Product Comparison

Steelcraft 3″ Round Step Nerf BarsSteelcraft 5″ Oval Nerf BarsSmittybilt Nerf StepsSteelcraft 4″ Straight Oval Nerf Bars
Sale PriceFrom $159.95 /prFrom $349.95 /prFrom $399.99 /prFrom $219.95 /pr
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Size3″5″3″4″
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Mike Cote
I'm on off-road enthusiast behind the wheel of a perpetual project 4x4 Tacoma. I like to play in the rocks, but won't shy away from fast runs through the desert. My passion came from my dad whose had me in and around cars for as long as I can remember.

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