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Old 11-23-2017, 05:08 AM
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James, I've contacted NFab twice and got the same response both times. These are probably great for a Midwest garage kept never driven truck but don't cut it here in NJ.
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James, I've contacted NFab twice and got the same response both times. These are probably great for a Midwest garage kept never driven truck but don't cut it here in NJ.
I was about to post that you tried but you beat me to it. Those bars look like **** for 3 years!
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Old 11-23-2017, 07:53 PM
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Like I said, one word GARBAGE. The only thing worse was the customer service.
(I hope you read this Scooter)
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I hope people read as many reviews as they can Before they buy
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Old 12-01-2017, 10:23 PM
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I keep these laying in my back yard now and the **** me off every time I look at them. So I keep sharing
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I have been pleased with my NFab steps. They have been used to pivot the truck around rocks in South Dakota and saved my rocker panels from rocks in Colorado. They have scrapes and dents to show for it my truck does not. They have 130,000+ miles on them in with lots of high speed gravel blasting the coating and 7 years in the rust belt. They are rusty and dented but my truck is not. The step are still structurally sound but not pretty. Back when I was looking at them they offered stainless steel but I didn't want to spend the extra money on stainless so I am fine with the rust. Lots of steps rust and completely fall off in that amount of time here. Aluminium will also corrode and fall apart here too.

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Old 12-04-2017, 08:02 AM
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Brokebrute, nice to see somebody's happy with them. I do Zero off Road, almost No gravel roads and have closer to 30,000 miles on them. I've owned lots of trucks in my 40+ years behind the wheel and I like to buy what I "believe" to be quality accessories. At the price of these bars I believed they were top quality.
I learned a lesson here, price does not dictate quality. I would have expected to get a lot more out of these. The only thing worse than the quality of the bars was the quality of the service, or lack of.
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Mine didn't really start showing rust till after the 1st 5 years. I would be disappointed too with that little use and mileage. I have no experience with their service. Considering the time mileage and abuse mine don't look that much worse than yours. I put mine on in the summer of 2009.
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They should put a note in their warranty that says 5 years in dry climate or if not removed from the box.
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