Driving a Chrysler or Dodge? Maybe you're behind the wheel of a Jeep or RAM. Whatever your ride, it might have come off the factory line with side rails. They're also called step rails. Less often, you might hear them called running boards, especially if you drive a truck or an SUV. The sports car community has their own variants, too, called nerf bars, a term taken from "nerfing," which means rubbing up against or bumping into another racer. Many names notwithstanding, step rails provide better surfaces for getting into and out of your vehicle than a bare door sill.
Update your Vehicle with Genuine Mopar Step Rails
If you've got the real deal, you probably already know how they mount: mere inches from a sill. Install them even lower, and entry and exit get even easier. This is especially helpful if you're driving an SUV or a truck that's lifted. Running boards are somewhat different. They mount flush with your ride's rocker panels, or at least closer to them. That gives it better ground clearance than everyday step rails would. Running boards also usually have wider and flatter profiles, and their treads are often board-length. Whatever you need, we've got the best solutions for any replacement or upgrade project: step rails straight from your OEM. Save time by buying them online today, right here at our auto parts counter.
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