View Poll Results: What step should I go with ?
Nfab nerf bar 8 57.14%
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Trail edition running boards 6 42.86%
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Old 06-12-2019, 05:18 PM #1
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Canít decide on nfab or trail edition step

I can not decide on nfab steps or the trail edition running boards for my trd off road. Any inspiration pics .
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I have the nfab steps on mine. My wife and kid use and like them. I would have bought zero degree sliders if they were more readily available.
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Neither, sliders
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I'd have to agree with the sliders. However if you really have to have one of those Trail Edition
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I like the nfab. I have the Toyota step that looks similar to it. I donít pretend to be an overlander at the mall/on the fire roads or intentionally drive my runner over big rocks that can be avoided so I didnít go with sliders.
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This is my biggest regret so far, I went with the NFab and wish I had gotten sliders. I'm trying to decide which step style sliders I like best.

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I have the nfab steps on mine. My wife and kid use and like them. I would have bought zero degree sliders if they were more readily available.
Same situation. I'll be replacing them with some proper sliders as soon as my littlest guy outgrows the need for the steps.
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I donít foresee myself doing any technical off-roading in the near future , if that changes then I would for sure do sliders . This would be for my wife and kids so Iím making my decision on the overall look vs functionality.
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I have the RCI 5 degree sliders. Perfect for me and my 6 year old uses them as a step to get in. The kickout also makes it easier to access the roof.
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