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I wasn't crazy about the look of step bars until I saw a set of these nerf bars made by N-Fab. Unlike most that I've seen, these have enough attitude to look good on the RAM trucks. I ordered them with a textured powder coat finish and they fit very well using existing mounting holes. The best price I found was at Newegg for $369 with free shipping, about $50 less than anywhere else and no one else I found offered free shipping.

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That's different.

Wonder if you can get your foot on the steps without sliding off or getting stuck. Seems like it's a toe holder only instead of just slamming the whole foot somewhere and hoping to hit a full step.

How do they work?
 

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These look great. Simple and less bulky than a lot of other steps that I have seen. I think they especially look good in the paint you chose for them with the colour of your Ram 1500.
 

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$370 seems like a pretty reasonable price. Is that the price for two so that you can have them on both sides, or is it the price for just one and you'd have to buy to to get both sides of your truck done?
 

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Unlike the creative pricing used on fender flares where the fronts and rears are priced separately, you actually get a pair of step bars for $370. They should really sell the flares in RH and LH sets. That way you could trick out one side of the truck and leave the other side stock. :)

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That would look a bit weird, but I'm sure there are some people out there who would be into it (like you I guess).
 

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those bars do indeed look weird to me, i just don't like how it has 2 parts that just stick out, rather have some chrome bar with black grips on it.
 

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Very nice... They complement the truck very well. Don't think you could have done better.
 

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These look very good on your truck. It's more like a new style of steps. Other plain steps remain on the market for decades without any noticeable changes in design, so many of our customers look at some fresh and sometimes unusually designed running boards/steps.
 
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