RBP running boards

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  1. AppocAlexx

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    kGot a hit on some running boards for sale for $200 obo and I'm hoping they can fit our Tahoes. They came of a chevy truck same year model. Any one know if they will bolt up or may be able to make some mods and it be worth it for my Tahoe.



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    Pretty sure these are the set. Checking RBPs website they don't list anything for a Tahoe just the trucks. I hope they can fit. I may ask if he has them off the truck and see if he is willing to let me see if they will fit somehow.
     
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    Galante N.Y. Wiseass Supporting Member

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    Dont know if you looked under but there are about 5-6 u shaped brackets with body bolts spaced evenly under there...im guessing it depends where those bolt up what body truck they came off extended, crew, etc. post after you find out. I hate stock onesand when I took my off drivers side my wife and kids kept falling out of truck ......seriously i was cracking up one day......
     
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    AppocAlexx Darth Appocalexx

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    lol not sure if I should laugh or not.


    The ones that he has are for a 4 door Chevy 1500 I looked up the install instructions and it looks to be about the same as all the others iv installed on ford and all. I'm almost temped to get them and try and make the work. Shoot for 200 bones it would be worth it to have the only Tahoe with some RBP steps.
     
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    Hell yes laugh, my wife is 5'and my 8yo daughter and 6yo son just kept falling off the door sill expecting the step to be there.......funny shit

    Id do it for 200 at least 1 or 2 should line up under the drivers door...thats the same.....make whatever else work...should look good
     
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    gotta get the dude to get back at me, now he is not responding to messages.
     
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    Hate that shit
     
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    Yes to both. Lol and do it!
     
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    got a hold of him gunna try to look at them tomorrow. No bolts but he has all the brackets. Hopefully they are the right length to fit under the Tahoe.
     
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    Def be able to use your existing uppers and hopefully the ones under yours will fit, maybe.......
     
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    Gottem! 150$ I'm pretty sure I can make these work. The brackets look very similar to our factory style.


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