GM Silverado. Installed them yesterday. Pretty expensive but they are well built and strudy.Guys, what running boards are you running on your Trailboss? I have a red hot red 2021 crew cab I need to add some to. Not sure if I want a tube style or wider one. Thoughts? Thanks fellas.
I was having the same issues. Hope you are able to narrow down your choice!Thanks for all the replies guys. I am truly having a hard time with this for some reason. I don’t want to affect clearance too much yet still help the wife get in the truck easier. Again, thanks for the help!
Did you install them yourself and if so, do the bolt on with no mods? I like the way they look and don’t hang down too low. Also, how is the footing with them? Thanks.I went with the GoRhino RB20 w/ bedliner finish. Lots of pics of other trucks having them on the forum and I liked how they look. They fit snug under the truck and but they are not as wide as the factory off road steps. The steps are tapered so on my truck they are wide from the front and taper off to the passenger side. Many folks have been installing them the other way around to get the wider board on the passenger side, all about your personal preference but both ways look great on the truck. I initially wanted to get the factory off road steps (like above) but they were back ordered at the time I purchased my truck. I don't regret getting the RB20's though. Lots of great options out there good luck narrowing your choices down.
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Yeah I installed them with some help from the my friend that owns a tire shop. We each took one side to attach the brackets. It could be done without a lift, but the lift sure helped expedite the install. It was very easy to install, no modifications, just removal of some plastic tabs covering the pre-drilled holes. We watched this video to get an idea on how to install it.Did you install them yourself and if so, do the bolt on with no mods? I like the way they look and don’t hang down too low. Also, how is the footing with them? Thanks.