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Hi All,

I'm a new member and better yet a new Tundra owner. I just bought my 06 Tundra 4x4 Access Cab (Step-side) tonight. Yay!

Anyways, I'm looking for suggestions on a tubular chrome step/running board. Toyota has the "Tubular Sideboards by GFX" listed on the website, but I'm open to any suggestions.

Ideally, I'd like to avoid any drilling. :)

Thanks in advance!
 

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I just bought an 06 Tundra double cab, limited, with the TRD package, and I LOVE it!! This is the first Toyota truck I have ever owned. I used to be a dyed in the wool, die hard Ford fan. I traded in an 04 F-250 for my new baby! I don't think I am EVER going to stop smiling!
 

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Nerf Bars

Try Summit Racing. I bought bolt on (no drilling) Westin step bars in black for $235. I don't remember how much the Chrome ones were. My only disappointment was that one of the nerf bars had a small ding and some scratches but that is the risk of mail order. Summit charged $5 for oversize shipping and I think $8.95 handling. Mounting was pretty simple using the supplied brackets and holes already in the truck frame. Delivery was within 5 days of ordering. Stuart
 

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Dr Awkward said:
Hi All,

I'm a new member and better yet a new Tundra owner. I just bought my 06 Tundra 4x4 Access Cab (Step-side) tonight. Yay!

Anyways, I'm looking for suggestions on a tubular chrome step/running board. Toyota has the "Tubular Sideboards by GFX" listed on the website, but I'm open to any suggestions.

Ideally, I'd like to avoid any drilling. :)

Thanks in advance!
Try ONKI's hybrid nerf boards....best of both worlds...looks of a nerf with the functionality of running boards.....can check them out here

ONKI HYBRID NERF BOARDS

I have them on my double cab and they are sweet!
 

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D1Boz said:
Do you have any pics of them on yours and what did you pay for them???
yes I do have pics of them on my truck.......and I paid $400 for them I believe from everythingoffroad.com....but Mark "tik" Valentine @ AZtrucks just had a 10% off everything sale so I'm not sure if the sale is still on but they carry Onki too.

images are on www.tundrasolutions.com ...here are the links

http://www.tundrasolutions.com/photopost/data/500/medium/close_side_shot.jpg

http://www.tundrasolutions.com/photopost/data/500/medium/side_shot.jpg

http://www.tundrasolutions.com/photopost/data/500/angle_shot.jpg

http://www.tundrasolutions.com/photopost/data/641/medium/Onki_integrated_body_rubber_gap_strip.jpg
 

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pistolpete said:
yes I do have pics of them on my truck.......and I paid $400 for them I believe from everythingoffroad.com....but Mark "tik" Valentine @ AZtrucks just had a 10% off everything sale so I'm not sure if the sale is still on but they carry Onki too.

images are on www.tundrasolutions.com ...here are the links

http://www.tundrasolutions.com/photopost/data/500/medium/close_side_shot.jpg

http://www.tundrasolutions.com/photopost/data/500/medium/side_shot.jpg

http://www.tundrasolutions.com/photopost/data/500/angle_shot.jpg

http://www.tundrasolutions.com/photopost/data/641/medium/Onki_integrated_body_rubber_gap_strip.jpg
Thanks!!! Those look nice on your truck. If I decide to get some boards, I think those will be my choice. I love how the rubber weather strip comes up and seals the gap in that last picture. My wife and kids want have to jump and climb to get in then. LOL :D Do they come with easy bolt up mounts or did you have to drill and do stuff to get them on???
 

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D1Boz said:
Thanks!!! Those look nice on your truck. If I decide to get some boards, I think those will be my choice. I love how the rubber weather strip comes up and seals the gap in that last picture. My wife and kids want have to jump and climb to get in then. LOL :D Do they come with easy bolt up mounts or did you have to drill and do stuff to get them on???
Thanks for the compliments....yes I like that they have the look of Nerfs with the SS tube but do not allow your foot to slip and get wedged in between the bar and truck....the rubber gap strip works wonders too!!! very satistifed with the coverage and looks.....as for the brackets....They came with easy to assemle mounts and I had to drill two holes in the frame...however, after the install I sent pictures and suggestions back to ONKI and they now have a mount system specific for the Tundra....a fellow member over on www.tundrasolutions.com has used them and said they were decent and he likes them....and didn't have to drill the frame like I did....the brackets were modified to use the existing holes in the truck frame.
 
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