Reviewed By Steve Z (DILLON, SC) Reviewed for a 2017 Chevy Colorado —12/11/2017 9:06 AM
Rails actually worked out better than I thought they would. Very easy to install. Had both on in under an hour.
Reviewed By Joann B (Sagamore Beach, MA) Reviewed for a 2018 Toyota 4Runner —12/11/2017 8:47 AM
I have never installed steps sides before but in an attempt to avoid the dealers cost I decided to do it myself and by was is easy... I have a 2018 Toyota 4Runner, there were factory installed bolts I removed, lifted the stepsides ratcheted in the new bolts could not have been easier and they look great!
Reviewed By John R (Norfolk, VA) Reviewed for a 2017 Dodge Ram —12/10/2017 5:49 AM
Only problem is that four of six support brackets are incorrectly stamped for passenger or driver side. Having read a review that mentioned this, it was easy to figure out to install correctly. Other than that, great product.
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