Yes, if I switch, I have to have a running board that will sit against the truck. I'm wondering about the size of those holes on them though --- Would be only hold back. These rocks down on the lease roads would somehow manage to get through there. They really remind me of the $1000 high step GMC factory boards.
Any luck in finding brackets to lower the high clearance running boards?I have the factory AT4 high clearance running boards.
The good - Love the flush high clearance rugged look.
The bad - Because they sit about flush with the bottom of the door I developed a paint chip in the rock guard just below the driver's door, assuming from kicking my boots off on the running boards and kicked my rock guard. Fixed and covered under warranty. Also had a passenger trying to be nice and kicked his boots off of debri before he got in and now I have a noticeable dent just below my passenger door in the rock gaurd. 🤬 Thought it would be tougher then that.
Like I said I really like the look of them but I can see them being a continued problem. Even my local body shop suggested I find some drop down brackets.
Do you like these? I just bought an AT4X and desperately need running boards for the wife and kids to get in. Are they textured? When you get out are they in the way?
Thanks for the insight. I guess that rules those out. The Rhino RB20's are cool looking I am just worried about ease of use and functionality. I am also considering getting these Rhino Dominator D1's as they drop down a little lower and also it looks like the door sill/ rocker would be protected. I would probably spray them myself with the bedliner texture like the Rhino RB20's.I didn't like those, I took them off because I thought they stuck out to far. Post #2 is what I went with and they are great IMO