Go Rhino RhinoStep Customer Reviews
53 Customer Reviews
When loading-up for camping or just grocery getting, use the convenience of Go Rhino's compact RhinoStep to make roof rack or truck bed access easy. Crafted from heavy-duty 3" steel tubing, the RhinoStep hitch step provides a convenient standing spot along with a treaded step pad for sure footing.
Measuring 12" long, the RhinoStep hitch step fits into any 2" receiver in seconds. Go Rhino includes a durable hitch pin along with the RhinoStep.
The Go Rhino RhinoStep comes in your choice of finishes. Black powder coat models offer thick corrosion protection with a smooth finish. Or, crown your vehicle with the brilliant polish of a gleaming stainless steel model for maximum rust resistance.
Your Go Rhino RhinoStep carries a 3-year, 50,000-mile warranty on black hitch steps; polished stainless RhinoSteps carry a Lifetime Warranty.
53 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Carl T (BABYLON, NY) Reviewed for a 2014 Dodge Ram — Sep 03, 2014 8:48 PM
The step came in great shape and on time. the only issue I have is that the pre-drilled holes in the step that line up with my hitch mount are smaller than standard. so the hitch lock I have us useless. need to find one with a smaller diameter. The step should have been drilled to the diameter of standard hitch diameters
Reviewed by Kenneth L (Staten Island, NY) — Dec 30, 2012 5:49 AM
This hitch step was not as solid as I thought it would be. Appearance is good but overall not as solid and heavy as I would have liked. Also when driving over broken roads the step rattles. Also no matter what I do when inserting the step it is always just off a little making it crooked when looking at the back of the vehicle. My main goal is protecting the rear bumper, as the truck is only one year old and I have been rear ended 2 times by drivers following too closely and one person texting.
Reviewed by Greg S (Saukville, WI) Reviewed for a 2000 Honda Civic — Nov 24, 2011 8:06 PM
I installed a Westin Polished Stainless Safari bar on the front of my otherwise blacked out Dakota. Needed something on the rear to match. This was perfect. Cost was ok and the adjustability inward and outward was perfect. Everyone that sees it loves it.
Reviewed by David A (Hubbardston, MA) Reviewed for a 2008 Chevy Avalanche — Jun 10, 2011 4:43 PM
The Rhino step is a little different then pictured with a thinner black patch on top that is not rubber but metal. Still does the job and looks good. The big advantage over the longer 3ft model is that this smaller one does not interfere with my rear sensors. I also ordered the Trimax locking pin so the step will stay on my Avalanche. AutoAnything shipped it within a few days and I had UPS tracking numbers to track it's shipping. Super easy to install in seconds. It has 3 hole depths to mount it closer or further away from the bumper which is very handy.