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July 10, 2017 - Products

<p><em>Image of Rocker Steps courtesy of ARIES Automotive</em></p>

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ARIES announces that its new side-step product released last year, Jeep rocker steps, are available for a growing number of pickup trucks and SUVs.

Rocker steps have proven themselves with great success since their release in the 2016 ARIES catalog. They have been featured in a number of Jeep JK builds, including our Jeep Wrangler for SEMA, our Unlimited Rubicon ‘Sandtrap’ for the Easter Jeep Safari in Moab and in several builds by our Team ARIES Pro Builders. With the success we’ve seen from Jeep rocker steps, we decided to expand the offering to include applications for popular pickup trucks and SUVs, particularly those savvy to the off-road trails.

Currently, rocker steps are available for the Chevy Colorado and GMC Canyon, Chevy Silverado and GMC Sierra, Ram 1500, 2500 and 3500, Ford F150, F250 and F350, the Nissan Frontier, Titan and Titan XD, Toyota Tacoma and Tundra, as well as the Nissan Xterra, Toyota 4Runner and Jeep Grand Cherokee. This brings the total to 74 applications, including variations in body style. And this number continues to grow. We will soon be adding applications for the Jeep Wrangler TJ. To find a specific application, use the Vehicle Lookup at ariesautomotive.com .

For each of these new applications, ARIES rocker steps continue to offer the perfect combination of running board functionality and rocker guard protection. Their all-steel construction, welded mounting brackets and highly durable textured black powder coat finish make them a tough, reliable addition to any off-road-style truck, Jeep or SUV.

Check out a video of the steps in action below: 

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