Can anyone identify these running boards?

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    Default Can anyone identify these running boards?

    Hello everyone, I'm trying to replace the wiring/lighting in my running boards but I can't seem to find out who made them. The dealership said they were aftermarket which I'm assuming is part of the Lucchese package but I'm really not sure. The lights are wired directly to the wiring so I can't just replace the bulb, I'll try to post photos of that tomorrow after the blizzard stops. Any help is greatly appreciated.




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    Default Re: Can anyone identify these running boards?

    If no one chime in e mail billy@autocustoms.com
    I got my boards off him from a similar situation. Not only did he find the brand I was looking for at the time, he got them for my 05 Tundra.
    2012 Crewmax TRD 5.7, 4x4, 15% tint all around plus sunstrip. Ionic Gladiator running boards. Weathertechs front and rear. Line X, AVS vent visors. Viper 5301 2 way remote start, MBRP S5316304 cat back exhaust. Bakflip Fibermax tonneau cover.
    Traded in my 05 4x4 DC, AFE CAI, Magnaflow Catback15820, Line X bedliner.

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    Default Re: Can anyone identify these running boards?

    That's awesome thanks for the info.

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    Default Re: Can anyone identify these running boards?

    I would rather spend the money on a set of sliders that will function as a step but also provide protection to the body, even if not offroad.
    Rocksliders

    Here are a couple photos of a guy that got T-boned in an intersection and the sliders completely saved the cab from excessive damage.




    But hey, that's just my opinion.
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    Default Re: Can anyone identify these running boards?

    I usually hate two-tone vehicles, but thats's not too bad.... Maybe cuz I'm partial to the Tundra!
    Leer?
    Deezee?
    Waldoch?
    Is there any kind of a model # or s/n # on them anywhere that you could search on these manufacturers websites or call them?

    Good luck.

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    Default Re: Can anyone identify these running boards?

    that is a lucchese (SP?) edition tundra.

    those are the primo running boards, i've seen them on trucks other than that special edition.

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    Default Re: Can anyone identify these running boards?

    It looks like they could be ATS Extreme II Running Boards. Check out the link below, feel free to PM us or give us a call if you need any help.

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    Default Re: Can anyone identify these running boards?

    Quote Originally Posted by Billy@AutoCustoms.com View Post
    It looks like they could be ATS Extreme II Running Boards. Check out the link below, feel free to PM us or give us a call if you need any help.

    X-treme II Series
    I will do it. Thanks Billy.



    Quote Originally Posted by skilife View Post
    I usually hate two-tone vehicles, but thats's not too bad.... Maybe cuz I'm partial to the Tundra!
    Leer?
    Deezee?
    Waldoch?
    Is there any kind of a model # or s/n # on them anywhere that you could search on these manufacturers websites or call them?

    Good luck.
    I can't find a model #, S/n, nothing... I'm about to pull the wiring out and see if there are any marking on the bulbs.

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