Iron Cross 5" Oval Running Boards 468-9254
- Extra wide 5” step
- Includes vehicle-specific mounting hardware
- Installs easily at home with no drilling required
- Choose between powder-coated black or polished stainless steel
- 5 year warranty on black and limited lifetime warranty on stainless steel
- Made in the USA - Tulsa, OK
Iron Cross Endeavour running boards pack a powerful one-two punch of function and style. Their extra-wide 5" diameter makes them an excellent match for larger pickups, and they are an excellent option for anyone with a need for beefy pair of step boards.
Thanks to their non-slip UV resistant step pads, Iron Cross Endeavour step boards offer superior grip and traction every time you get in or out of your truck.
Not only do Iron Cross Endeavour running boards make it easier to access your vehicle, but they're also easy to install. All the necessary mounting hardware is included with your order, and is designed to fit your specific type of truck. Since they also use the preexisting holes in your vehicle's frame, you won't need to do any extra drilling yourself.
This all goes without saying that these step boards also look fantastic. Powder-coated black and polished stainless steel options are available, and each looks absolutely awesome. They're also backed by generous manufacturer warranties, offering added confidence in your investment.
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Iron Cross Endeavor boards offer an easy, at home no drill installation. The instruction manual is clear cut and easy to read. For additional information, please call us toll free at 1-877-216-5446 or 701-253-5906.
Limited Lifetime SS / 5 Year Black
Five year warranty on black powder-coat and limited lifetime on polished stainless steel finishes.
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Part #: ICA-468-9254 Posted on
|My review of the Iron Cross Endeavour Step board is it is a nice looking accessory to my 2014 Ford F-150 Regular Cab truck. The combination of metal and black plastics looks good together and I hope they hold up well over the coming years. Before I purchased them I read other customer reviews and I saw a few concerns with installation but nothing too worrisome. I will confirm, however, these concerns are worth noting. Having never installed step boards or rails before I found the installation instructions to be short on guidance. Firstly, the box of mounting brackets (92424/468) I received was labeled for Ford F150, years 04-09. Having a 2014 model this made me wonder if I received the correct parts. From the start of installing the mounting brackets I encountered questions: Step 3 said to install a nut clip into one side of the factory locations. These openings are covered with heavy tape during the truck's manufacturing. Do you remove it, cut through it or something else? Will it harm something? The instructions don't say. But you can't install the nut clip without getting past this tape. At each bracket mounting point there are two holes on the pinch weld; do you use the forward or rear holes? The instructions don't say and it doesn't say if you have to mount each bracket in the same corresponding position (forward or rear). I found it best to mount the rear support bracket in the forward hole and the front support bracket in the rear. Otherwise the step board has a welded support that would block access for bolting on the clamp bracket (step 6). The 5/16"x 3/4" hex bolt is almost too short to fit and tighten through the hole "B" on the pinch weld. This might be caused by the 5/16" washer is too wide too fit into the counter-sunk hole on the pinch weld. Again, I go back to the box of mounting hardware I received and wonder? I'll say none of this was a show stopper but it did slow things down and left many seeds of doubt. But the real show stopper was a package of 6 missing steel screws for attaching one side of end caps. I received two boxes with end caps. One had a complete package of fasteners and the other did not. I thought, OK, I'll find replacement screws locally to keep this thing moving. Nope, that didn't happen. Everything I found that might work in terms of length and size had a screw head too wide to fit into the recessed slot. So I called Iron Cross and 5 days later I was ready to finish the install. In the end it takes at least 2 hours to install but give yourself longer, especially if you haven't done this before.|