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Old 08-17-2009, 10:39 PM
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Question Nerf Bars

Hi Everyone!! Today I stopped a went in to a local speed shop and found a way to keep my lift and tires. I saw in a book bars made by Go Rhino Dominator II Cab Length.
Anybody now anything about them? Will they be better than 4" Oval Nerf Bars?
The Western Nerf Bars I have now are 3" and come straight out. The Go Rhino has a step that hangs down. I am looking for a way to help me get in the truck better. Now I have a large distance to the Nerf Bar and a short distance to get in from there. I do not want the full length bar because soon my exhaust will exit before the rear passenger tire.
One more thing I have to ask is there a Fender Flair that will cover 3"? The Bushwhacker Pocket covers 2" this will let 1/2" of my tires hang out .
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I dont know anything about those steps but someone makes a power step thats a single step also so you dont have the bar, all the power steps swing lower for easier entrance. I have heard of Go Rhino but I dont have any experience with there products.

Bushwhacker makes several different style flares did you check all the models?
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I want to stay away from anything electrical because our place in Va.it sometimes floods! The rain and high tide is a mess at times. I take my truck to Pocomoke and drive down the boat ramp to flush the truck with fresh water. That is why I got 33" tires and they work very good.
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