Hmmm...the treads on those are quite a bit different than on the regular step rails. The also appear to shaped differently. Are you sure those are factory Nissan or am I just nuts?baseballfanz said:Got some on mine, sorry it's not shinny cause been raining like crazy here in Houston.
Does anyone really know the answer to this? This thread clearly shows 2 different types of rails both claiming to be OEM rails. The ones shown on the KC look like OEM rails (i.e. they are oval) although some pics show one rubber and some show 2 pieces (I really don't mind either way), but the CC pics show a completely different, although very slightly, rail that is more rectangular in shape.mopar said:I wonder why the kc looks like chromed stock ones and the CC looks a bit aftermarket looking at the end caps and treads.
Things that make you Hmmmm???
baseballfanz said:The chrome Texas Titan steps does not look like the LE factory step, maybe the Texas Titan use after market steps as part of their package.
Can you post some pics and maybe where you got them? I know you said the Dealer, but my Dealer is crap (small town). If I was really lucky, a Nissan part number would be awesome. Thanks.Nissan Mike said:I have just replaced my Gray Aluminum Step Rails with the new OEM Accessory Chrome Step Rails from Nissan.
The Crew Cab Rails have 2 step plates while the King Cab have 1 long continuous step plate.
They are similar to original Grey Rails except these are made of steel,not aluminum,the end caps are flat instead of Bullet shaped.
The Rail itself is still oval shaped,maybe a little more round than the original.
You must use the new provided mounting brackets.But they bolt easily in the original existing body locations.
The install took me about 15 minutes and give the Truck a great look when using in between Chrome Wheels.
They fit nice and snug just like the originals.
These are not some cheap aftermarket rail that sticks out 3" past wheels.
These look like they belong.
$450.00 for a new set is a killer deal,Dealer cost on the Crew Cab Rails is $426.00