Lund Hitch Step Customer Reviews
43 Customer Reviews
Get a leg up on roof access with the Lund HitchStep. This handy little step slips right into any 2" hitch receiver and lets you get to the top of your vehicle in seconds.
The clever folding design lets you fold it down when you need a boost or fold it up and out of the way when it's not in use. Load racks with ease, wash the roof without a hitch or step up for a better view. What's more, the knurled pad provides a virtually slip-free step.
The sturdy Lund HitchStep is crafted in the USA from solid, die-cast aluminum, so it's rust-resistant and made to last. Your Lund HitchStep is backed by a 3-year warranty.
43 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Barbara R (Vacaville, CA) Reviewed for a 2007 Chevy Tahoe — Jul 17, 2012 9:50 PM
Lund Hitch Step easy to install after I finally got a hitch pin. I've only used it about 4 times. It is small but does the trick. I needed something that didn't stick out very far. The fact that it folds up is great. I can now reach in the back of my tahoe without opening the entire lift gate. Not very pretty to look at so I think I will try to find some kind of decal to stick on it. Trouble is I haven't found one small enough yet. Seems like a decent quality and the price was right compared to other hitch steps I looked at.
Reviewed by Myles A (Benton City, WA) — Oct 01, 2011 10:14 AM
Great step. Love it. This is my second one.! Be sure to remove before backup up to your trailer. I did not and backed just a little to far. Thought that I had just tapped to trailer hitch, but broke the aluminum step.
Reviewed by Bobby C (Lubbock, TX) Reviewed for a 2011 Ford Expedition — Aug 17, 2011 4:58 PM
I own a brand new Ford Expedition which needs a step. The hitch step I purchased fits so loose it rattles. I took it off. I'm trying to find a repair shop that can weld up the slot and drill the hole for the hitch pin in the correct place. I thought I was buying a hitch step that fits properly.
Reviewed by James H (Newington, CT) Reviewed for a 2010 Chevy Silverado — Jan 26, 2011 8:57 PM
I am very satisified with the Hitch step. The aluminum step itself has good grip, and should not rust, neither should the painted steel mount. I just hope the spring is sainless so it won't rust either.
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Asked by Anonymous
Dec 17, 2011 8:28 AM
2009 Ford F-150
Does anyone know the maximum weight this step can handle? Thanks