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Has anyone tried 2018 running boards?


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Hi guys,

 

I need to get running boards for my '20 Custom Trail Boss and found some deals for ones that fit 2018 and older Silverados. Does anyone know if the mounts are the same and the spacing is the same?

 

Specifically looking at the APS iBoard black powder coated ones on Amazon.

 

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I looked into this as well when I got my truck. I was told by a number of folks that the older model running boards wouldn't work on the new model. That being said, I went with these: https://leonardaccessories.com/product/nerf-bars-running-boards-go-rhino-rb20 (powder coat/Bedliner finish)

You can usually find a coupon for 10-15% off which makes the cost a little more tolerable.

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4 hours ago, Rocksmash said:

Hi guys,

 

I need to get running boards for my '20 Custom Trail Boss and found some deals for ones that fit 2018 and older Silverados. Does anyone know if the mounts are the same and the spacing is the same?

 

Specifically looking at the APS iBoard black powder coated ones on Amazon.

 

Have you tried craigslist?

 

Here is a set here in Lincoln NE off an AT4...good price too

 

https://lincoln.craigslist.org/pts/d/lincoln-running-boards/7157622773.html

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