Yep. I have zero complaints after 6500 mi with plenty of miles having fun.Personally I love the high clearance steps. They don't hang down, plenty wide enough to get a good footing and the coating on them seems very thick. They are very solid and don't flex, but they are mounted to the body not the frame. So don't expect them to serve as rock sliders.
I wouldn't say just as good. The GM High clearance are wide enough to be functional and stop rocks from chipping the side. Additionally you lose ZERO ground clearance, unlike others out there.The high clearance steps from GM are very nice but there are much less expensive alternatives out there that are just as good. Look into Go Rhino RB20 steps if you want spend about half of what the GM ones cost. I had them on my Trail Boss and loved them.
The ones I mentioned do exactly the same thing. I know because I've owned both. They're a fantastic alternative for the person that doesn't want to spend over $1k for high clearance steps.I wouldn't say just as good. The GM High clearance are wide enough to be functional and stop rocks from chipping the side. Additionally you lose ZERO ground clearance, unlike others out there.
Dude, the RB20s are as wide or wider than the GM high clearance steps. Are you confused and thinking that I'm talking about the DSS sliders that I just installed? I had the RB20s on my Trail Boss and they're definitely as wide or wider than the GM high clearance steps.They clearly aren't as wide and do appear to sit lower than the GM versions.