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N-Fab RKR Step Systems

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List Price:$557.95 - $823.95
Our Price:$439.95 - $649.95
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description

  • Includes a paid of detachable steps with RKR bars
  • Bolt on design that wont flex
  • 1.75" Main Tube with 0.095 Wall Thickness and Solid Milled Mounting Ends
  • Welded 1 piece construction for strength and longevity
  • Sold as a pair
  • Comes in Textured Black
  • Made in the USA - Houston, Texas

N-Fab RKR Step Systems are made from 1.75" steel, and feature a one piece construction to ensure strength and longevity. These steps are perfect for on and off the road. Detachable steps provide a large stepping area when you need it, and by removing the steps, you get more clearance for any off-road adventure.

These bars are sold as a pair, and have a bolt on design that is easy to install and won't flex. The standard finish is textured black, and they come with a limited lifetime warranty on craftsmanship, with a 5 year warranty on the finish. These bars are convenient when you need them, and slick and stealthy when you don't. Purchase an RKR Step System today and bring your truck to the next level.

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Spec Sheet
MATERIALCarbon Steel
WARRANTYLimited Lifetime (Against Defects) 5 Years (Finish)
FINISHTextured Black
BRANDN-Fab
STEP WIDTH3" Wide
STEP LENGTHCab Length
STEP TYPEHoop Steps
MADE IN AMERICAYes
California Residents: Prop 65 Warning

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