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Hey, guys. So, today we're checking out the RedRock 4x4 4-Inch Oval Bent End PNC Side Step Bars in black, fitting all 2005 and newer Double Cab Toyota Tacomas. So if you're looking for some better accessibility to your truck, as well as some lighter protection, this option by RedRock 4x4 is gonna be a great choice to take a look into. So, these steps are gonna have a four-inch large stepping surface, giving you a ton of real estate underneath your foot, helping you and your passengers get in and out of your truck a little bit easier, especially if your Tacoma is lifted. Now, this is also gonna help you out if you have any roof accessories or anything mounted up on top of your Tacoma, like a roof rack, because that is going to make it a little bit more accessible as well.Now, these are gonna have a long non-slip pad on here, giving you a ton of space, make sure that you're getting some extra traction in those wetter days, and it's gonna add to some of the styling of the step itself. Now, these are gonna be made of a heavy-duty stainless steel construction, giving you some lighter protection to any lighter trails, or even some door dings in the parking lot. On top of there is gonna be a fine-textured black powder coat finish. And I personally think it makes it look very sleek while also protecting that stainless steel material underneath. Now, these, again, are going to be for lighter protection, so if you are looking to do some heavy rock crawling with your Tacoma or you're looking to really beat up the side of your truck, I wouldn't necessarily recommend these. I would recommend these to somebody who's looking for a lot of accessibility to their cab area or their roof area and that lighter protection purpose.Now, with all that being said, these are going to be roughly $250, put at a very affordable price point for a very large step in the category. Now, in comparison to some other choices, these are gonna have a more simplistic design. But these are, again, going to have a lot of real estate to help you get in and out of your truck. Now, in comparison to some other more expensive choices on the page, you'll usually see that those options are made of a heavy steel material instead of a lighter stainless steel like this one, or they're going to have a little bit more to their design, like a dropdown step or even a removable step. Now, I personally think if you're looking to keep it simple while also adding a lot of style and functionality to the side of your Tacoma, then this is going to be right up your alley. Install is also going to be very easy at a one out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter, taking you absolutely no time to get these on your truck with some very basic hand tools. So, speaking of that install, let's jump into that now.The tools that I used for my install were an impact wrench and a 13-millimeter socket.To kick off this install, we're gonna install our brackets first. Now, these are going to be side-specific as well as placement-specific. So, we are on the driver's side. These are all going to be labeled with driver front, driver center, and driver rear. Now, you also wanna make sure that you have your hardware for the bracket staged. It's going to be the hardware that is not captured, so you're gonna have a separate bolt, lock washer, and flat washer. You also wanna make sure that you have a 13-millimeter socket on hand, and then we can head underneath our truck and install our brackets.So, now that we're underneath our Tacoma, we're gonna start in the rear. We're gonna take the wider side of our mounting bracket and place it up against our rocker area. There's gonna be two threaded holes here that we can mount our bracket up to. And we're gonna take the bolt, lock washer, and flat washer and thread that into the threaded hole in our body. All right. Once you have one in, it should hang there. All right. Now, I'm gonna tighten these up, making sure that the bracket is straight. If we do have to adjust it in the future, we can, since we will be underneath here to secure our step down. And I'm gonna take that 13-millimeter socket and tighten that up. Then we can repeat that process for the front and the center bracket.So, now we can install our step and place it on our brackets, but right at the bottom here, these are gonna be the two mounting rib nuts that we're going to place on our mounting bracket. We're gonna line those up, and that's what we are going to secure our hardware to. So, these are just gonna line up with our bracket, then we can head underneath our truck and secure it down. Then we can take our captured hardware and thread that into the bottom of our step. Now, we will be able to adjust this back and forth. So, once we get all of our hardware in, we can place it how we want it. I'm gonna push it more towards the front. And then once we have it where we want it, we can tighten it up with a 13-millimeter socket. Then we can repeat that for the other two mounts. After everything is adjusted and tightened down, what you can do is repeat that process on the passenger's side.So, that's gonna wrap it up for my review and install. Make sure you like and subscribe. And for more videos and products like this, always keep it right here at extremeterrain.com.
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|Side Step Finish||Black|
|Side Step Type||Fixed|
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(approx) 2 Hours
Simple installation for anyone.
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