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Need easier access to the cab of your truck? Enhance your truck or SUV's appearance and functionality with a set of tube steps or nerf bars from DeeZee, Bully, Bestop, Amp Reasearch, Putco or Westin. Custom-fit installation kits ensure the perfect fit and ease of installation on your truck. These rugged step bars make it easy to step into your cab and also give your vehicle a finished, stylish appeal.
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Westin Tube Step Installation - 2013 Chevrolet Silverado
Today on our 2013 Chevrolet Silverado 1500, we'll be installing the Westin E-Series Round Nerf Bars that are three inch in diameter, with a polished stainless steel construction, part number 23-1400. It gives you a nice, good, solid entry step to get into your vehicle. It makes it easier to get into the vehicle. This nice, black step pad here gives us a nice, non-slip finish. Even if we have mud on our boots, or it's raining outside, once we step on here we're not going to slip off. It gives us a nice, secure, easy, and safe way to enter our vehicle. There is no drilling required, and it is a quick and easy bolt on installation. Now here's what we have on our driver's side.
Westin E-Series Round Nerf Bars Installation - 2010 Chevrolet Silverado
Today on our 2010 Chevrolet Silverado 3500, we'll be taking a look at and showing you how to install the Westin E-Series 3" Round Nerf Bars in black, part number 23-1955. Here's what they look like once they're installed. They're nice 3" tube, so we get that nice appearance, with the rounded edge on both ends. It gives you the finished look as well. With the powder-coated finish and our non-skin steps here, it's going to make it really easy to get in your vehicle. With these step pads here, it's not a cutout design like some of the ones on the market, so we can ensure we're not going to get water inside our tube. It's just kind of pushed down, the same piece of metal, and the step pad is affixed to there.
DeeZee Round Nerf Bars Installation - 2005 Chevrolet Silverado
Today on our 2005 Chevrolet Silverado, we're going to show you Dee Zee Nerf Bars, part number DZ371523. We've got them installed on our passenger side of our truck, so let's go ahead and cover some of the features. First off, this is a polished stainless steel finish. The diameter of the tube is going to be about three inches. You can see it has a 90 degree turn, and this is inaudible 00:00:23 bent, which means that the tube has a smooth bend all the way around. No kinks or anything like that. The step plates here are constructed from the heavy duty plastic, one half for our extended cab here and of course, the other one for the front of our cab.
Bestop PowerBoard Motorized Running Boards Installation - 2013 Chevrolet Silverado
Today on this 2013 Chevy Silverado, we'll be installing the Bestop PowerBoard, part number B7512615. With out powerboards installed, we'll go through the basic operation of our powerboards. With the doors closed, you'll notice that the powerboards are up and our courtesy lights are off. When we open up what is the driver's, passenger's front or rear doors the power board on that side will extend turning on the courtesy light. Then when we close the door, the powerboard will pull back up and tuck back underneath the vehicle. With the power board, it provides a sleek and stylish way to increase the safety and ease of getting in and out of the vehicle. Here's what our powerboard will look like once installed.
DeeZee FX Extruded Running Boards Installation - 2013 Chevrolet Silverado
Today on our 2013 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 HD Extended Cab were going to be installing the Dee Zee FX extruded running boards with a black powder coat finish part number DZFX 11352. Weve gone ahead and set the running boards out. Our first step were going to need to install this gasket here on the top lip of the running board. Well go ahead and lineup the end of the gasket with the end of the running board and then well work the gasket under the running board to the other end where we may need to do some trimming.Now that we have our gasket down here on the other end of our running board, youll see that its a little bit longer than the running board. Were going to use a pair of tin snips to cut it the length as we want the gasket to line up with the end of the running board. Ill go ahead and put a quick mark for where we need to cut and we can pull the gasket back up a little bit.
Pilot Tube Step Installation - 2010 Chevrolet Silverado
Today on this 2010 Chevy Silverado, were gonna install part number NB-1109x from Pilot.Our attachment points are on the body bolts on this vehicle and there are three of them as theyre shown here.Next step is well go ahead and layout our parts. We have a short bracket that goes on the front and then the long bracket that stays in the center and then a tall bracket that goes in the back.So well go ahead and loosen up the body bolts. You want to do this by hand first because some of the models have a thread locker on there and an air ratchet could break the nut inside the body. When we take the bolts out, you wanna prepare the stock bolts to the bolts that come with the kit. Some models have a thicker bolt. If thats the case, go ahead and use the factory bolts.
Westin Tube Step Installation - 2010 Chevrolet Silverado 2500
Today on this 2010 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 Series HD regular cab we are going to be installing Westin nerf bar part number 23-1400. We are looking at the driver side of the vehicle and the first thing we want to do is locate the body mount, the front and rear. The front body mount is located just rear of the front tire. If you follow rearward just about even with the edge of the door just below it is our rear body mount and that is what we are going to be attaching our nerf bar set up to. With those located we are going to start with the front body mount and what we want to do is remove the existing bolt. You can see that it is likely that the rubber bushing is going to come down as well and that is fine. We want to take that and set it off to the side for the time being and remove the rear body mount bolt. 00:55
Westin Tube Step Installation - 2006 Chevrolet 2500 HD Series
Today at Etrailer.com we are going to be working on this 2006 Chevrolet 2500 HD Series. We are going to be installing part number 23-1950 from Westin. The first thing we are going to do is we are going to want to remove the forward, center, and rear most body mount bolts. That is where our tube steps are actually going to mount. The first thing we are going to do is remove the bolts. Now that we have got our bolts removed I am going to show you on the brackets themselves that they are actually marked per side and which location they go in. This one says PF so it is going to be Passenger Front. Then the center bracket is going to be the longer one. In the center of it, it is going to say PC for Passenger Center. Then on the rear bracket which is the medium size one is going to be marked with the letters PR for Passenger Rear. For the driver side it is going to have Driver Front, Driver Center, and Driver Rear marked on them. 01:01
Pilot Automotive Nerf Bar Installation - 2001 Chevy Silverado 1500
Today, on this 2001 Chevy Silverado 1500 series regular cab, we will be installing the Bully Nerf Bars part number NB-103. Just rearward of the front tire here, we have the forward body mounting bracket here. As you can see we have a bolt in there. We are going to be taking that bolt out, putting in new hardware. And that is going to provide our forward attaching point for our Nerf Bar. And you will notice that the bushing is coming out as well, with the bolt. And that is okay, but we are going to be putting this bushing back up into place when we get our brackets set up. If we go a little bit further back, just about even with the edge of the door, we have a second body mounting bracket, again with the same bolt. Again, we are going to remove this one as well and get the new bracket and hardware in place as well. 0:52
Westin Tube Step Installation - 2009 Chevy Silverado
Today on this 2009 Chevy Silverado 3500HD extended cab, we will be installing Westin running board part number 26-1680. The first thing we want to do in preparation is to lay out all of our hardware and make sure all of the components are there. Go ahead and locate three body mounting bolts that are located underneath the cab of the vehicle. You can see we have got one here to the front, one in the middle, and one towards the rear. We need to go ahead and remove the body mounting bolts out of these body mounts. And you will notice that maybe the rubber spacer might be coming out here with the bolt and that is okay. We will reinstall that once we put the brackets up. :40
Westin Running Board Installation - 2009 Chevrolet 3500 HD Pickup, Silverado
Today on this 2009 Chevy 3500 HD Pickup we will be installing Westin running boards part number 26-1400. The first thing we are going to do in preparation is to go ahead and lay out all of our hardware and make sure that all of the components are there. The next step is to go ahead and remove the existing body mount bolts from the underside of the cab. There are two. You can see one here at the front right at the hinge portion of the front door and then one here more towards the middle section on 05 and older models you will need to actually remove these bolts and use new hardware. On 06 and up models we are actually going to be reusing these body mount bolts.