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

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Available Colors Black Stainless Steel Polished Black Polished
Finish Black

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Fit Custom Custom Custom Custom
Length Cab Length Cab Length Wheel-to-Wheel Cab Length
Material Stainless Steel Polyethelyne

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Shape Round Round Oval
Size 3″ 5″ 3″ 4″
Warranty 5-year warranty (black)

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