CARR Hoop II Truck Steps Customer Reviews
157 Customer Reviews
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You don't need a cab-length bar or pontoon-like board to get a solid foothold on your rig. All you need is a set of CARR Hoop II Truck Steps for the stable stepping place that saves space.
While big bars and boards run the length of your truck's seating rows, picking up dings and chips and denting a few shins, CARR Hoop II Truck Steps sport all of the same toughness in a compact size. In fact, the 10" width of Hoop II steps combined with cast aluminum construction and three durable finish options make bulky steps yesterday's news.
Because they're made by CARR, you can count on these babies to last. The machined diamond tread step surface always provides sure footing. The Multi-Mount rotating brackets help you get a snug, secure fit. And, CARR backs your Hoop II Truck Steps with a lifetime warranty.
So, step up on something different today. CARR Hoop II Steps pack big-time steadiness without the bulk.
157 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Humberto R (ORO VALLEY, AZ) Reviewed for a 1996 Ford F-250 — Jun 29, 2014 6:16 AM
Many of the other steps I reviewed were held with just bolted to the underframe but Hoop II provided a solid bar that connected both bolting areas and distributes the weight evenly and will, in my opinion, outlast the other step products.
Reviewed by Scott W (MEADVILLE, PA) Reviewed for a 1996 Ford F-250 — Jun 14, 2014 7:14 PM
Looks aren't everything. Thankfully I've got fabrication skills. I had to rework the mounting brackets to make them work on my '96 F-250. The holes were drilled wrong. Other than that, they look god and seem sturdy enough for my 225 pounds.
Reviewed by David a W (MILTON, FL) Reviewed for a 1996 Ford F-350 — May 30, 2014 6:51 PM
I watched the YouTube video for installation first, it helped me understand the instructions. It was an easy project that took about an hour. They look good are durable and sturdy. It helps my wife, mother and son climb into the truck. It is one of the best products I have purchased and installed
Reviewed by Jacob H (Commerce City, CO) Reviewed for a 1994 Ford F-350 — Jan 22, 2014 8:14 PM
There was nowhere completely solid to mount them on my 94 f350. I would have to weld or bolt a solid metal plate to put them on to if I wanted them solid. If I weighed more than 140 lbs I'd be a little concerned.
Reviewed by Chris B (WACO, TX) — Dec 30, 2013 8:09 AM
Because this step can be used on a wide variety of vehicles the instructions can be a little bit confusing. This is why I would suggest watching a video on the installation online first and then when you look at the instructions it makes a lot more sense.