Function and Style. If you or your passengers are having difficulty getting in and out of your 2019-2023 RAM 1500, you should consider installing a set of Barricade S6 Running Boards. These textured black Running Boards will not only provide you with a convenient step for easy entry, but they will also give your RAM a rugged appearance that looks great on and off-road. Additionally these Running Boards double as side armor to provide additional protection from road and trail hazards.
Heavy Duty Construction. Barricade manufactures their Running Boards to precise specifications from mild steel for superior strength and rigidity. These Running Boards are then completed in a fine textured black powder coated finish for rugged good looks and long lasting corrosion resistance. As part of the final assembly RedRock installs a set of rugged non-slip step pads.
Simple, Bolt-on Installation. Barricade engineered their Running Boards to be a direct bolt-on upgrade using just basic hand tools, so there is no drilling or cutting required for a clean straight forward installation. All of the necessary hardware is included for installation, making this an easy job for anyone to complete in under two hours time.
Application. These Fine Textured Black Barricade S6 Running Boards are designed to fit 2019-2023 RAM 1500 Crew Cab models. Does not fit 2019-2023 RAM 1500 Classic models. Driver and passenger side included.
Hugo E (verified owner) –
Really interesting product. Very nice and easy installation. Is perfect for you and me
Catrina D (verified owner) –
it’s a great product. Light weight but durable. The installation is easy. You just need a socket and willingness to get under your truck. The paint on the bolts makes it a little hard but you can always clean that off if you’d like.
Dakota W (verified owner) –
Great price, look and easy install. took about a hour to install from box open
Lance T (verified owner) –
I would give these a 5 star had they been in perfect condition when I opened the box. Nothing bad, at least not to send back anyway. The install was easy, just getting the paint off of the studs under the truck was a bit of a paint. All I used was some paint stripper and a wire cup brush attached to a drill to make short work of it. It took a bit longer than an hour to install because of the prep work. I’ll include a few pictures to show some of the marks on the boards. Also on each side the middle bracket didn’t touch the boards flat and I felt that it should have sat flush. Once I tightened the but down on the clamp it closed the gap but it was a bit concerning at first.