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JP20TB

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NFABs simple functional 3 inch tubing... may rhino line them .
 

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I have a set of sport GM assist steps for sale. These are for a Crew Cab. $450 bottom line deal. They go for $900. These are new in the box from GM. I am not going to install them so they are for sale. I am in AZ. Part number is on the box. 84742421.
Still available?
 

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Westin HDX. Love em!
 

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I grabbed thses off Amazon. Very sturdy, sit up high and you can adjust them in and out. I have mine all the way in, mostly for my 6 year old to get in and out.

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I have the GoRhino textured running boards RB10 series, chose them over the 20 series due to the slits verses the holes in the 20 because i wanted to make sure my dogs nails didn’t get hung up when getting in.... but both are great
I just put the same ones on mine. They dont hang low or have a gap like a lot of others, so no concern about crap getting hung up, and good protection for the body from mud and rocks, which was my main reason for getting running boards.
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I like these tubes with rugged cut outs for stepping on. They look great. They truck came with them on.
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I like the N-FAB rock sliders with removable steps. Works good in the Nevada desert. While not really a running board, nor a true rocker, it does a good job of protecting and i've bottomed out a few times and no problems.
 

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I went with the Westin Pro Traxx 5, full length. Absolutely love them, took less than an hr to install. Wife loves being able to get into our TB with ease!
 

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Went with Rough Country HD2 on mine. The website photos don’t do them any justice. These tuck up tight to the body yet remain functional. Very happy with them.
 

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Mitchapalooza

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I installed the Amp-Research retractable running boards. I didn't like the idea of sacrificing ground clearance with a static running board. Looks cleaner IMO.

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Wow, looks very clean. Having a hard time to agree to installing the running boards because of how they take away the lifted look. Do you feel confident that you won’t run into any problems down the road? Or a better question, if there was a mechanical failure, what would be needed to fix them?
 
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