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carid 01-08-2015 09:05 AM

Perfect Onki Running Boards for Chevy Equinox
 
One of the simplest and most cost-effective ways to improve the function and looks of your SUV or truck is to bolt on a set of high quality Running Boards. Running boards are designed to provide extra grip and a platform for you to step in all conditions. Some running boards require drilling during the installation, while most will bolt into factory holes on your vehicle. They are generally available in two finishes: black or stainless steel.

One of the most reputable names in running boards production is Onki Corporation. Onki offers their running boards in a variety of lengths from 52 inches to 118 inches for a proper fit on all types of vehicles. So if you are looking for running boards for your Equinox, you’ll find one that fits well and looks right. Here is the list of few options we have for the 2013 Chevy Equinox.

Onki® - 75" American Runner Running Boards offer the option of lighting for running board surfaces and the ground underneath that operates when any vehicle door is opened. Aluminum frame construction ensures corrosion-free strength, and a 1.5-inch steel tube available in either polished stainless steel or black mild steel surrounds the step area for rigidity.

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Onki® - 75" Nerf Boards - offer the traditional look of bright metal and black rubber along with the benefits of stainless steel and aluminum construction.

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Once you and your passengers experience the convenience and safety these running boards provide, you’ll never want another car without them. Have you ever tried them on?


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