Orca Side Steps Running Boards for Porsche Cayenne 2010-2017
5515-ORCA76 Regular price Sale!
The Direct4x4 aftermarket side step and running board range offer incredible style and quality at a very affordable price. Made from premium materials throughout, these side steps are designed to be convenient and practical whilst adding an extra touch of luxury to your pride and joy.
Please note that these side steps will not fit models of the Porsche Cayenne 2010-2017 with air suspension fitted. This system is standard on Turbo and Turbo S E-Hybrid models.
PLEASE NOTE:The front bracket will need to be cut shorter in order to be able to push the step back level with the back.
Package includes 2 steps and all the brackets, bolts and fixings necessary for your specific vehicle.
Very easy to fit, clean and maintain. No drilling required! The brackets install conveniently to existing bolt holes in your vehicle's chassis. Fitting takes just a couple of hours.
Protectsyour car from damage caused by dirt and asphalt thrown up by your tires as well other car doors in tight car parking spaces.
Provides a sturdy platform structure. The boards are 30mm (1.18 inches) thick and are 105mm (4.13 inches) wide with an actual step width of 95mm (3.74 inches).
Theheavy-dutyQ235A grade steel brackets have undergone a 2-stage powder coating process for longer life.
Simple,no-nonsenseall-black plastic styling down the length of the board.
Some vehicles may have plastic undertray shields covering the side step bolt holes. These will need to be removed before fitting the steps and before re-fitting will need to be trimmed around the bolt locations using a dia cutter or something similar. If you have any questions, please contact us.
Please DO NOT use car cleaning products which contain TFR (Traffic Film Remover) chemicals on metallic products as it can cause corrosion. Cleaning Direct4x4 products with said solutions may invalidate their warranty.
We strongly advise examining any bolts, brackets or fixings 7 days after original installation to ensure that they are tight and secure. For your safety, we recommend inspecting all fixtures every 3-6 months.