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I have recently purchased a 2022 Trail Boss. I want to add running boards / assist steps. I like the look of the GM High Clearance Assist Steps. What is the consensus on these? Are there better? I like a slim, pulled tight in board / step.
 
Just throwing it out there, but I have a 2nd set of ONINE running boards that are brand new (like the ones I have on my 2023) but came a little ding'd on the side of them from shipping that could be totally banged out. I would sell really cheap if you are willing to do road trip to North GA. They are still in the box. I paid $250 originally.
 

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Anyone here try the Rhino RB20 Slim Boards? Do they hug tight to the rockers? I want something that hugs up tight to the rockers and doesn't look super wide. Thanks!
 
I have recently purchased a 2022 Trail Boss. I want to add running boards / assist steps. I like the look of the GM High Clearance Assist Steps. What is the consensus on these? Are there better? I like a slim, pulled tight in board / step.
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Just throwing it out there, but I have a 2nd set of ONINE running boards that are brand new (like the ones I have on my 2023) but came a little ding'd on the side of them from shipping that could be totally banged out. I would sell really cheap if you are willing to do road trip to North GA. They are still in the box. I paid $250 originally.
By the way the ONINE's are adjustable to make them tighter to the truck. I just prefer them to stick out so they catch the brunt of stones that get thrown. We have a lot of gravel roads around here that my Stock Wrangler MT's love to grab and fling. Plus the women in my family are short and want a visible step to step on.
 
Anyone here try the Rhino RB20 Slim Boards? Do they hug tight to the rockers? I want something that hugs up tight to the rockers and doesn't look super wide. Thanks!
I got the go rhino RB30 slim boards. I think they fit and look great!
 

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We’ll just show you the whole go-rhino lineup! 😂 I have the DSS sliders from go rhino. Exact same as D6 above but about half the width.
 

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I have the RB20s. No complaints...they're great. But i'm thinking about switching to the D6's because I like the style better. One thing I wanted to add to this conversation - the "regular width" steps go a long way to protect your truck in parking spots...especially TB's that sit higher - because of the height, sedan, crossover, and minivan doors will swing into the boards and not your doors. That's why even though I like the "narrow" boards like RB Slim and Dominator DSS, i'm going to go with the D6 because they are standard width and will protect my doors too.
 

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