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Folks!

We choose several cool options designed by Lund, Onki, Romik, ATS and Dee Zee for Jeep Commander. The bars and boards are designed to add off-road style to your truck and make it look more aggressive. All of em are good to fit 2006 - 2010 models. Check prices and other necessary details at CARiD.com: http://www.carid.com/jeep-commander-running-boards/

Let's vote, which one do you like more?

Lund® - TrailRunner™ Running Boards
http://www.carid.com/2010-jeep-commander-running-boards/trailrunner-aluminum-running-boards-270403.html


Onki® - 68" Nerf Boards
http://www.carid.com/2010-jeep-commander-running-boards/onki-nerf-boards-1068520.html


Romik® - Running Board Side Steps
http://www.carid.com/2010-jeep-commander-running-boards/romik-runningboard-side-steps-912865.html


ATS® - SL Series Running Boards
http://www.carid.com/2010-jeep-commander-running-boards/ats-sl-series-running-boards-1232499.html


Dee Zee® - NX™ Running Boards
http://www.carid.com/2010-jeep-commander-running-boards/dee-zee-nx-running-boards-4287440.html



Find the direct link on how to install Onki running boards attached: http://www.carid.com/images/onki/pdf/onki-328068-installation-instructions.pdf
Hope you find it helpful!

You can read more information about the manufacturers here:
Romik - http://www.carid.com/romik/
ATS - http://www.carid.com/ats/
Onki - http://www.carid.com/onki/
Dee Zee - http://www.carid.com/dee-zee/
Lund - http://www.carid.com/lund/

Here you can find more accessories for you Commander: http://www.carid.com/jeep-commander-accessories/
 

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Whoa, tough decision. I'll eventually need them for my XK so I'm debating between the Dee Zee and Romik. However, I also like the look of the Mopar running boards. Hmm, decisions decisions.

Thanks for the post.
 

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All options are good indeed. The quality of these side steps is on the same highest level.

However, we would recommend you to go with our best seller. Dee Zee side steps will provide you with maximum durability and you won't want to change them. They are the most corrosion resistant and will never crack or bent. Plus, they features the biggest loading capacity.

Please also note that the side steps manufactured by Onki will stick out a little bit, while the side steps manufactured by Dee Zee will fit flush.

Please find the picture of Onki side steps attached.

 

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Very nice! Thanks for the advice. I like the way they look. Will keep that in mind once I'm ready to make a purchase.
 

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Boards or bars? That is the question. I've got an '09 XK Sport with a lift of some sort with JK take-off wheels and tires with 1.25" spacers. I bought it this way and the guy I bought it from couldn't remember what the lift is. I don't mind how much taller it is from stock but my wife is wanting boards or bars to make it a bit easier for her to get in. Some pics and info would be greatly appreciated.
 

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I would definitely recommend to go on with some running boards.
1. They have a wider step surface, and it is much more comfortable to stem in, even with high hills on.
2. They look more solid and flash with our rockers, and don't stick out like regular bars.

There are 2 other good options for 2009 Commander:

Westin® - Sure-Grip Running Boards


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ATS® - UNI I Series Running Boards



 

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Dee Zee

Purchased dee zee running boards for 2006 jeep commander and brackets are way off . The instructions are for a Cherokee. Does the bottom cladding have to come off . Don't know Dee Zee says bracket will not fit a Commander. Am I doing something wrong?
 

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I called your tech center and Dee Zee tech. They Do not make a bracket for the commander. All the vendors selling Dee Zee for the commander must change the info.
 

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I have a setup exactly like you describe (2" lift, JK wheels) and have been happy with my bars for over 80K miles. Of course, it only sees snow once a year, but they are not slippery in rain.

The Rocky super sliders bolted on, but a buddy threw some welds on also.
 

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Incredible SALE from Romik!

Give your vehicle's front end a unique custom look. Buy any qualifying Romik running boards RAL or RAL-T series and receive $25.00. Do not hesitate and make your purchase! This offer is valid from November 23 through December 31, 2015.



To find all Romik products follow this link: Romik | Running Boards, Side Steps, Bull Bars - CARiD.com

Please complete the PDF form below and follow the instructions to receive your rebate: http://www.carid.com/images/romik/info/romik-rebate-form.pdf
 
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