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    I am wanting to get nerf bars for my pick up and i am not sure what i wnat to get. If anyones got pictures of these on theres with the brands of what they are please let me know so if i like them i could look into them. They have to mount to the frame or body mounts becasue i do not like it when they attach them to the rockers. Thanks
    Tony-1999 Chevy 1500 z71 4x4

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    Mine are black powdercoated from Ebay. I'm not sure what brand (if they even have one). They mount to the body mounts with new hardware. Took about 30 mins to install. I am upgrading when I do my lift and getting wheel to wheel bars so I can get to the bed easier.

    Sometimes the best part of my job is that my chair swivels.

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    I have no pictures because I don't have them yet, but I'm planning to get the RBP RX-3 Series Nerfs. They're wheel to wheel and I just love the way they look. You can do a google search for them and find a few pictures. Hunt around on and and you'll find quite a selection, most with pictures.

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    I have found that the oval steps are nicer because they are a little bit lower and not stuck right up under the rocker panels. The round tube ones are nice though. if you have an ext cab i would suggest looking for the steps with the middle support bracket. makes a big difference if you are a bigger person. and go with the ones that bolt up to the cab mounts. easy to intall and look nicer to me. just my .02 cents

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    bought mine off of, but I honestly don't remember the brand. They have a pretty good selection though!

    2010 GMC Sierra 1500 SLE Extended Cab Z71 4X4 5.3L Flex Fuel
    MagnaFlow single in duel out system
    Volant CAI & Ram Air Scoop with Power Core Filter
    Rhino Tuff Grip Spray in Bed liner
    Undercover Classic Tonneau
    Trail FX Bug "deflector"
    AVS Window Deflectors
    Black Powder Coated Nerf Bars
    RECON L.E.D. Interior, 3rd Cab light, Projector headlights, and Taillights
    ATX Crawl Wheels wrapped in BFGoodrich Rugged Terrain tires
    CalTrend Neoprene seat covers
    2" leveling kit from Max Trac
    Diablo Trinity with Diablew Tune

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    Those look the same as mine. Just generic 3" tubes that bolt to the body mounts. I don't need a name brand and they work great.

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