GMC Side Steps
More comfort for you and extra safety for your truck with GMC Side Steps from CARiD. Hassle-free boarding onto your truck with anti-slip surfacing and other amenities, like optional lights, that will take the boarding safety to the next level. We have ensured that your choice within CARiD is limited to high-quality products only, working with the best manufacturers that do know style and quality like no others. High grade steels, supreme coatings and finishes that are backed up with years and even decades of warranty.
Shopping at CARiD you'll get the best GMC Side Steps, that will deliver solid protection to your rocker panels. Installing GMC Side Steps won't cost you an arm and a leg, it's just as easy as shopping with CARiD, because most of the side steps require no drilling for installation and will simply bolt on. For some of the products you may purchase the optional extenders that will let you position the step bar a bit further from the rocker panel.
Do you really enjoy the process of getting in and out of your vehicle? Isn't is too high? Aren't you tired of all that climbing and jumping? We know how to bring the joy back. A set of durable running boards will easily do the trick. The side steps that we've selected for you not only promise a safe and reliable stepping surface, but also offer a new and stylish look. Nerf bars, running boards, side steps, and side tubes - they all are here, gathered under one roof and waiting for you. Read over 95 running boards and side step reviews with an average rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars to choose the accessory that is perfect for your vehicle and for your needs.
- Lund® - 5" Bent Oval Tube StepsStarting at: $282.95$282.95
- Westin® - 3" Signature Series Round Step BarsStarting at: $225.02$225.02
- ICI® - Nerf/Step Bar (Wheel-to-Wheel)Starting at: $325.72$325.72
- Go Rhino® - 3" 4000 Series Round Side StepsStarting at: $151.84$151.84
- Aries® - 3" Round Side BarsStarting at: $180.25$180.25
- Rampage® - Nerf/Step BarStarting at: $259.53$259.53
- Dee Zee® - 3" Round Stainless Steel Nerf BarsStarting at: $205.90$205.90
- Bully® - 3" Round Nerf BarsStarting at: $165.73$165.73
- Iron Cross® - 3" and 4" Round Tube StepsStarting at: $178.08$178.08
Posted by Chris D.
"So far, I am very happy with this product. To have the Westin bars installed at the local shop was going to be over $500. I paid $220 total to have them delivered. The installation was easy, and they look great. I wish that they stuck out about 4-6 inches more than they do and that you didn't see the bolt underneath the bar and bracket. However, you can't beat the price, and I am glad I did not pay someone to do the work when it was such an easy install."
Posted by Roger D C.
"The product was received in great shape and on time. The installation was very easy. In 1 hour, I and my 2 grandsons, ages 12 and 16, were able to put it on easily. They did all the work, and I went behind them to tighten the bolts up and make sure everything was done right."
Posted by Robert D.
"Asked for the Ford 2001 Ranger steps and got a universal set. Mounts not quite right but can manage. Easier for mechanic to weld in place. All in all, happy I bought them. They look good and work for the reason we got them for. "
Posted by James B.
"I personally installed a set of BAK 880 running boards with the light kit on my 2013 GMC Acadia Denali. The GMC looks great with the new boards! An installation note: the hanger brackets are not designed for the Denali version of the Acadia which has a rocker panel that extends downward 5/8" further than on the SL models. (The brackets are designed for the SL models) I provided then 5/8" thick steel spacers between the bottom of the car frame and the hanger brackets. I also had to change the 5/16" x 1 1/4" long bolts to 1 1/2" long ones. I also had to replace the 1/2" long tech screws with 1 1/4" long ones. Everything else fit perfectly. (I used 3/4 hex nuts for spacers. The nuts are 5/8" thick.) The tech screws and the 5/16 x 1 1/2" bolts pass thru the bracket and the spacer nuts when being screwed into the bottom of the car frame. Light kit: I connected the lights to an interior light located at knee level just above the accelerator pedal. That light is one of the dome light group and comes on when the car is unlocked and stays one until the dome light timer, times-out (about 30 seconds or so). "
Posted by Mark G.
"Not sure why you'd pay more. These bars are nice as any, and they cost less. The brackets were a tight fit on the GMC Acadia, but they worked without modification. Good deal."