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  1. I went Ranch Hand all the way around and I'm selling my stock bumpers and steps. The truck was at 6,000 miles when they came off. Great overall shape, minor wear and tear, front bumper has some bugs on it but I'll clean those off with a little Mother's chrome cleaner. North Dallas area, pickup only, make me an offer. Thanks, Ryan
  2. Running Boards off of a 2014 GMC Sierra Crew Cab. Great condition only 20,000 miles on truck. $200. Thomasville, GA
  3. **14/15 CREW CAB ITEMS** not sure about 2016 models? All take offs, in great condition. I will clean everything and have them packaged professionally, as well as provide tracking. I can send you better pictures if you're interested in any of the items. Shipping is free to lower 48 states if you use PayPal (friends and family). I will also accept Venmo. If you want multiple items please let me know. All items are available until payment is received. Description: Mirror caps- slightly broken tabs in back like majority of take offs but will install with no problem Door Handles- great conditIon, Window trim/molding- in excellent condition, no broken tabs Body trim/molding- great condition, will need to apply new 3M tape on back Side Steps- Great condition all hardware included Free Shipping included Mirror Caps: $70 Handles: $80 Window molding: $100 Body Molding: $100 Side Steps: $375 *****OBO****
  4. I had the dealer pull off the chrome running boards from my new 2015 Sierra All Terrain Crew Cab. Asking $350 pickup from South Alabama or $400 shipped. All hardware included.
  5. I purchased my truck a week ago, and just pulled these off (Less then 150 miles on the truck). $300 + Shipping. Comes with the bolts to mount them as well. I live in South Orange County, CA if you want to meet up in person. I also have a set of Stock Wheels and Tires that i will be posting if you are interested. Thanks, Mike
  6. Just looking for some help with this...looking at PlastiDip'n my front bumper on my 2015 All Terrain to protect the painted bumper for the winter from stone chips off sanded roads. I am wondering how hard it comes off after an entire winter? Will it be enough to protect it? Also looking at doing my OEM oval chrome side steps to protect them. Looking for any advice or experience you have had with PlastiDip. My climate for winter is cold, living in NB, Canada!!! Thanks.
  7. My 2015 GMC Crew Cab came with dealer installed 3" Aries Nerf bars. I liked the look but they do not provide the feeling of safety offered by the 6" OEM running boards that I had on my previous GMC. Other than replacing these bars do you know of a replacement pad that gives a considerable larger foot pad? I like the idea of the "Realstep" product but the cost is close to a new set of running boards.
  8. Whats up men, I'm looking to buy some baja/off-road style running boards for my truck, which I bought last month, and it has ~2500 miles on it. They're in mint condition and I would love to sell them to anyone interested. You can see picture in my signature or recent posts. If you want more information and/or pictures, please let me know.
  9. Bought a used 2014 New body style Silverado. Previous owner did not have the adapter for the backseat. The seat belts aren't incredibly safe across my 2 boys necks. Needing help! Also, because my youngest is 4 he can't get in the truck alone. If someone took the steps off their truck that's fine with me. Thanks in advance.
  10. I have a 2008 3500HD crew cab with the GM 6" wide running boards. My wife has mobility issues and I would like to lower the running boards about 3 inches. Has anyone seen a kit to accomplish this change?
  11. I have some wheel-to-wheel nerf bars for sale. They're the Westin Platinum Oval 4" bars. Bought them for my truck, and had em on there about 3 weeks before I took em' off and replaced with a more rectangular looking one (I wanted the more boxy look). These bars are in perfect condition. Paid $580 for em and barely got any good use out of em. Asking $375 obo. Please note, the photo of the step pad shows a bit of dirt...that's just dirt, you could spray it off with a hose, it's not permanent. I just was in a hurry to get them off my truck and put the new ones on so I didn't clean them.
  12. Running boards made from zinc-coated textured steel with black polymer coating come with mounting brackets included. View attachment: Rhino boards.png New SR roof racks of powder coated steel fit either OEM or aftermarket roof rails. View attachment: Rhino racks.png Learn more at Go Rhino's website.
  13. John Goreham Contributing Writer, GM-Trucks.com 3/17/2015 Go Rhino has announced new accessory items for GM trucks. The company's front and rear textured black powder-coat bumper replacements are designed using 3D models so the fit is perfect. The bumpers offer light bar, winch, and additional lighting locations. Running boards made from zinc-coated textured steel with black polymer coating come with mounting brackets included. New SR roof racks of powder coated steel fit either OEM or aftermarket roof rails. Learn more at Go Rhino's website.
  14. 2014 Sierra or Silverado OEM chrome 6" rectangular running boards. These running boards were taken off a new truck after two days of ownership and currently retail online for $504 + shipping. Asking $450 OBO. All hardware included. Prefer local pickup in Dallas, TX area, but will possibly ship at buyers expense. Let me know if you have any questions. Thanks!
  15. Has anyone ever seen a set of Ford Raptor running boards put on a Sierra? I really like them and have an opportunity to buy some at a really good price. I know i would have do have some custom brackets built but wanted to see if anyone has seen this done.
  16. Looking to sell my OEM running boards off of my 2014 Crew Cab Sierra All-Terrain. Will include all mounting hardware needed. Pulled them off my truck with about 1200 miles on them so there is just a tiny show of wear, but they are LIKE NEW. $800+ at dealership, wanting $300. Will also fit Crew Cab Silverado. Located in Central IL.
  17. I have a set of 6" GM factory Running Boards (aka Assist Steps) for a 2014 Chevy Silverado or GMC Sierra 1500 Double Cab. Deal includes all installation hardware. Six months old and never been outside Austin, TX (only 3,000 miles)! GM part number is 22805440 NOTE: THESE ARE FOR DOUBLE CAB (AKA EXTENDED CAB) AND WILL NOT FIT CREW CAB Removed to replace them with AMP Research PowerStep. Installed by the dealer for $750, I'm asking $400 OBO plus shipping or local pick up. SOLD!!! Location: Round Rock, TX 78664
  18. Has anyone attempted to move a set of OEM 6" Oval running boards / assist steps from a 2007 to 2013 Crew Cab GM (Silverado or Sierra) to a 2014 model? How about nerf bars? Do they fit from 7-13 to 14?
  19. Would anyone want to trade their 6" GMC Black Running Boards for my 6" GMC Chrome Running Boards. My truck is a 2014 GMC Sierra Crew Cab. If anyone would be willing to sell their 6" GMC Black Running Boards I would also be interested
  20. Like a few other people have on here.. I have a set of OEM option chrome running boards off of my 2014 Silverado LTZ Z71 crew cab Slightly used, with hardware Located in Ohio PM me for more info or offer
  21. Hi- I took the plunge and bought a leftover but still new 2013 stripped Chevy work truck. Long story, but I am trying to baby this one and keep it for the long haul. So, I am driving my beater S-10 until the weather breaks. Unless I hit the lottery big time, this is the last new truck I will buy in my lifetime. Therefore, I hope that you folks might be able to steer me in the right direction with regard to items that will protect the truck from the elements. The dealership included some literature that showed "wheel house guards", which insert into the wheel houses of the rear wheel wells. They offer mud flaps as well. I did not see anything on bug deflectors or running boards or tubes. Do you guys have an opinion on these items as to whether or not they are worth the money and where might one get QUALITY aftermarket versions of what the dealership offers? Also with regard to "running boards" I am interested in the tubular ones. I need them since the wife can't get in or out of the truck without using the rocker panels. Has anybody tried to use the running boards meant for extended or quad cabs on regular cab trucks so that you have a step to get into the bed (of a regular cab)? I have a '74 Chevy stepside and the steps behind the cab are very handy for that purpose. The older I get, the more I appreciate that. Do you have to loosen the cab bolts to install the running boards/tubes? Not sure I want to do that due to problems that might arise due to loosening then retightening them, not knowing torque specs. I don't want to mess up my new truck! Thank you in advance for your advice, Depp
  22. Alright I did some digging around the site and did not see what I'm looking for. I just bought a 2014 GMC Sierra crew cab and want to put some nerf bars on it. After my shopping I finally decided on the CSI brand 4 inch ovals in black. I looked on their website and they only show part numbers up to 2013. They replied to an e-mail I sent and said they would fit my 2014. So I ordered them, they came in, I installed them. Here's where the problem is. They went up easy and I finished around sun down. I then went out for the night and they were great. Woke up the next morning to admire my work and they were crooked. I must not have stepped back far enough from the truck the night before to see it. They are not parallel with the bottom of the cab. The front is about 3 inches lower than the back and it looks stupid. I sent another e-mail to CSI and their response was I must have the brackets in the wrong place. So I checked. I didn't. They are all clearly stamped. So off come the nerf bars until I find a fix. Has anyone else hung these from their truck? And did you have any issues. The CSI part number is WE1009B
  23. This a pair of OE grey running boards still in the box. GM part #12497718 (GMT805). I bought these for a 2002 Avalanche (with cladding), they could possible fit other vehicles, but it is up to you to ensure proper fit. Condition is new, never used, I only opened the box to ensure the condition of the parts. I traded in the vehicle that I bought these for and no longer have a use for them, so make me a reasonable offer and they are yours. I am located in Erie, PA, pick-up is fine, even preferred as shipping is around $70 depending on location. Text reply to 814-566-4891
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