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Go Rhino RB20 Running Boards

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List Price:$546.19 - $834.94
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Sixteen-Gauge Steel
Zinc-coated steel construction makes the RB20 running boards resistant to corrosion and strong enough to support hundreds of pounds of weight. Choose from a textured black powder coat or a bed liner coating.
Welded Ends
Corrosive elements and road debris can't make their way inside of the RB20 board thanks to a welded, boxed end design.
High Ground Clearance
RB20 running boards have a high and tight fitment, making them ideal for off-road vehicles that need a lot of ground clearance to avoid and overcome obstacles.
Wide Step Surface
A generous step area makes the board easy to use for anyone while simultaneously preventing damage from rock chips and other debris.
Perforated Tread Pattern
The RB20 boards have a series of holes punched into the surface of the step, which prevent mud, ice, and snow from accumulating. This makes the step safe to use even in inclement weather conditions.
Off-Road Ready
The Raptor-style looks of the RB20 complement any vehicle that's built for adventure. Go Rhino stands behind the RB20 boards with a five-year warranty.
  • Similar appearance to Ford Raptor running boards.
  • Resists corrosion and impact damage.
  • Textured black and bedliner finishes available.
  • Galvanized 16-gauge steel.
  • No drilling required on most vehicles.
  • Hardware and brackets included.
  • Sold in pairs.
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Spec Sheet
MATERIALCarbon Steel
WARRANTY5 Years
FINISHBlack
BRANDGo Rhino
STEP WIDTH5" Wide
STEP LENGTHCab Length
STEP TYPERunning Boards
California Residents: Prop 65 Warning

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