Tundra Running Boards & Side Steps

Toyota Tundra Running Boards & Side Steps at CJ Off-Road

Tundra Running Boards & Side Steps

Toyota Tundra Running Boards & Side Steps at CJ Off-Road
If you’ve ever used a nerf bar or running board to climb into a truck’s cabin, or a bed step to grab something out of the back, you know how easy and confidence-inspiring it is to have some extra help. With that in mind, check out CJ’s full range of Tundra Running Boards & Side Steps that you can use to help make your life easier! In addition to the cosmetic benefits, these products will help to make your driving experience more enjoyable from the moment you get in.

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Running Boards & Side Steps

With traditional nerf bars, you can give your truck a tough look in just minutes. Of course, the primary reason for doing so is aiding your way into the cab. This is especially crucial on a lifted truck, where the step-in height will be even greater. It might be fun the first time, but continuously having to clamber in will get old fast. A pair of nerf bars or side steps is an affordable remedy that will give your truck even more presence on the road.

If you’re looking for a stealthier way to make cabin ingress and egress easier, check out our options for powered running board kits. These side steps will typically cost more than static ones, but offer versatile capability while preserving the discreet profile of your truck. Like rolling out a red carpet, electronic running boards will deploy automatically when a door is opened, before returning to their stowed position when the door is then closed. This can add a luxurious touch to your tough workhorse, while still being ultra-practical.

Even if you already have or don’t need side steps, a bed step can improve your cargo loading and unloading experience. With options to mount either on the side or rear of your truck, these fold-down steps will allow you to get up higher before reaching down into your truck’s bed. This is great for grabbing smaller items without having to climb all the way up onto the platform.