Anyone have AT4 high clearance steps?

About to try to place an order Monday for a 2022 GMC Sierra 1500 AT4 with 20" wheels and I need to figure out what to do for side steps (I have a wife 5'1" and kids that are 5 and 7). Saw that there are high clearance steps available now for AT4 but they look pretty high up so not sure if they'd be usable for kids? I really do not want to go with the low hanging side steps I have seen on older AT4's, I know someone who has one of those and I'm just not a fan of that look.
Justin, I just pulled these off my AT4 yesterday and am gonna sell them on CL. Looks like you're "nearby." If you're in the Seattle area and are interested in these high clearance steps, shoot me a PM.
 

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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.


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That is a very nice looking RB! I am still running the factories , I guess life got busy and I’ve gotten used to them 🤷🏼‍♂️! Are they as sturdy as the factories? I can slam my boots on mine and it doesn’t budge or vibrate 1 bit and that’s very important to me.
 

Just took delivery of a ‘23 without boards. Was optioned with them but dealer said the factory has supply chain issues and is shipping trucks without them. They gave me some $$ off and I was happy. Can’t seem to track these down on GMC’s accessory page so must some truth to this. If anyone has factory boards and is located in Northern/Central California I’d be interested in buying.
 

I went with these Rhino Dominator D1 boards . The wife and 5 year old son can now get in easily . I think they look great and are very functional .
 

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Just took delivery of a ‘23 without boards. Was optioned with them but dealer said the factory has supply chain issues and is shipping trucks without them. They gave me some $$ off and I was happy. Can’t seem to track these down on GMC’s accessory page so must some truth to this. If anyone has factory boards and is located in Northern/Central California I’d be interested in buying.
Maybe check back with your dealer. I took delivery of my truck without boards as well, but they were in my purchase agreement. High clearance boards, I was told they were on nationwide backorder. Took truck delivery 1.7.23 and the boards arrived 1.17.23. They were installed by the dealer last Saturday. Maybe they are available to order now.
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