If you have a big lifted vehicle without side steps, it can be difficult to get in and out, especially for shorter or older people.
These SAN HIMA side steps will give you a boost to your Mitsubishi Triton dual cab 2015-2021 with a generous 120mm width for a more comfortable step and dense holes in matrix display on the step treads for premium slip resistance. They can also improve the exterior look of your showpiece with their sharp and angular design and sandy black texture. Featuring a whopping weight capacity of 200kg, these side steps for Triton specialize in longevity and are all-steel constructed with e-coating which ensures long-lasting wear and UV resistance. When your vehicle moves, their wheels kick up all kinds of debris. Having these full-length running boards in place can block some of this debris from being thrown high enough to scratch and/or damage doors and side panels as an added bonus. Features
Perfect Fitment: These SAN HIMA side steps are specially designed and engineered to suit your Mitsubishi Triton dual cab 2015-2021
Durable Construction: Made of heavy-duty steel with e-coating, these side steps are scratch, corrosion and fade resistant
Superior Capacity: These side steps for Triton feature a whopping weight capacity of 200kg
Large Stepping Surface: Featuring a large stepping surface, these 120mm wide full-length side steps offer easier and more stable access to your Mitsubishi Triton.
Anti-Slip Design: Two step treads with dense holes in matrix display are designed for premium slip resistance
Side Protection: Combined with these running boards, your Mitsubishi Triton will have excellent wheel arch, sill and panel protection from damage
Stylish Look: These side steps with sandy black texture have sharp and angular design which adds an aggressive and stylish look on your showpiece
Easy Installation: These side steps come with brackets and all necessary hardware and can directly bolt onto your factory frame without drilling
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