Go Rhino Dominator D6 Running Boards

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  • Take a big, bold step toward safe and secure mobility with the Go Rhino Dominator D6 Running Boards
  • No slip-ups here; the six-inch steps grab on with a grated hexagon pattern
  • Add on four-inch drop steps for lifted or large-tire trucks
  • Rust-proof textured black powder coat finish
  • Install drill free with provided bolt-on hardware
  • Made in the USA, with a 5-Year Limited Warranty

Get up and moving, or down and dirty with the Go Rhino Dominator D6 Running Boards. The rugged charm of these souped up running boards will elevate the function and form of your powerful truck. You’ll never stumble again with these massively wide six-inch steps, studded with a reverse-punched steel plate.

Your Dominator D6 Running Boards are customized to fit perfectly with the exterior of your exact make and model truck. Fabricated from tough, long-lasting, 16-gauge steel, your Go Rhino boards are finished with a textured black powder coat that is corrosion, impact and abrasion-resistant. Each of the two steps can hold up to 300 pounds. And, the anti-slip, raised hex pattern is a lifesaver, edged by a wraparound stabilizing steel tube.

The high placement and compact design work to maximize ground clearance. For a truck that's lifted or fitted with large tires, you can easily add matching four-inch drop steps to assist you and passengers. No drilling is required and all hardware you need is included. NAPA AUTO PARTS is proud to offer the Go Rhino Dominator D6 Running Boards, made in the USA with a 5-Year Limited Warranty.

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Go Rhino Dominator D6 Running Boards Customer Reviews

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5.0 of 5

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1 - 2 hours
who drives a Dodge Ram 1500
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Took a little longer to install because I did it by myself, and because I did it very carefully to avoid scratching my new truck. It's pretty straight-forward, but I wound up loosening and adjusting them a couple of times until they looked just right, which for me was up high enough where you couldn't see light between the rocker panel and the rear lip of the running boards. The brackets that bolt onto the rocker panels are pretty sturdy steel. The 2023 Ram 1500 4x4 Crew Cab has M8 studs already installed coming out of the backside of the rocker panels, and it's easy to hang the brackets onto them using the M8 nuts, lockwashers, and washers they give you (three brackets on each side, and three M8 studs for each bracket). The actual running boards are probably only 16 gauge steel tubing, and the tread plate on it looks like 16 gauge steel. They hold my weight fine without flexing though. They make it way easier to climb in and out of the truck, especially for my wife, so she's happy. I like how they stick out just a little past the tires, so they should block stuff flying up from my tires. And I like how they might keep car doors in parking lots from crashing into my doors to keep from getting door dings. The textured black powder-coating finish looks really nice, and matches the look of the other black trim pieces on my truck well. The treads give you a good grip. The way they mount is nice because you don't lose any extra ground clearance, other than the thickness of the running boards. Nothing hangs below what you can see of the running boards. I can still crawl under the truck on my back with them on, but just barely. I could install the brackets without jacking up the truck at all, but it made it easier to drive up on some 2x6s during installation the running boards to them to get another 1.5" of clearance while I was under it. Since I was doing it myself, I used a car jack with a wide piece of wood on it, positioned under the center of the running board to lift it up close to where it should be, then climbed under and got all the bolts started (six 3/8" bolts on each side). I'm pretty happy with them, and they look pretty nice.

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who drives a Ford F250
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Outstanding product - missing a few bolts that the instructions referenced, but they wouldn’t have been used in my application. Well made, good finish. NAPA gave a competitive price and offered free shipping - good experience.

Install Time: 1 - 2 hours