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Old 12-15-2009, 11:27 AM
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Running boards on a SS

Does anyone have pics of a SS with running boards. I have been thinking about getting a set and having them powdercoated to match my wheels. Just curoius on what a SS looks like with them installed. Please attach pics if you have any.
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Old 12-15-2009, 11:45 AM
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You are thinking of running boards or nerf bars?
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Old 12-15-2009, 01:15 PM
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New boards by Wingzexpress...








OEM boards...

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Those aftermarket boards look very nice.
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Old 12-15-2009, 01:38 PM
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The aftermarket ones look good. They look like part of a body kit.
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Those new boards look killer! Kinda like the Denali style.
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Those aftermarket ones would definitely be the way to go!
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Im getting a set of the Wingz Express boards for my white SS soon, would love to have them this winter but might have to settle for mud flaps only for now.

T-Mac is my inspiration, saw them on his SS and knew I had to have them on mine. So much cleaner than the stock boards and colormatched too!

but are those regular TB rear mud flaps with the little tab cut off?
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Thanks for the comments guys. I think they really dress up the truck if you're into boards. Props go out to DucatiSS for being the first to find these and installing them on his truck. They are a little pricey (maybe more like..alot), but IMO they look the best if you can afford them.

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Im getting a set of the Wingz Express boards for my white SS soon, would love to have them this winter but might have to settle for mud flaps only for now.

T-Mac is my inspiration, saw them on his SS and knew I had to have them on mine. So much cleaner than the stock boards and colormatched too!

but are those regular TB rear mud flaps with the little tab cut off?
I'm honored. Hope things work out so you can get them soon. Yes, the flaps are the same front and back, with the tab cut off. Unfortunately the flaps don't work on the fronts with the new boards. I bought three different sets of flaps to find the ones I liked the best (website pics never are clear enough), and I'll post a few pics so you can see them on the truck, which is now lowered as well.
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