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Whether your rig is riding at its factory height or lifted into the stratosphere, climbing in and out can be a real pain in your rear—especially if a misstep leaves you sprawled out on the cement. Give your knees a break by installing a pair of CARR HD Tube Steps.
No other CARR step drops down as low as the HD Tube Steps. These big-honking hoops stretch down 7” – 9” from your rocker panels—a full 1” – 2” lower than CARR’s Super Hoop and Hoop II steps. For select trucks and SUVs, HD Tube Steps come in an extended size for an extra 1” of drop. With that kind of help on the side of your ride, even your better half won’t have trouble hopping in and out in her heels.
For a classic look, CARR builds your HD Tube Steps from 2” round steel in your choice of a polished stainless or matte black powder coat finish. Right in the center of your 18” wide steps rests a sturdy stepping plate with a diamond tread pattern for sure footing even in nasty weather. Plus, their unique Multi-Mount brackets let you fine-tune each step’s mounting angle for a perfect fit. And, CARR backs your HD Tube Steps with a Lifetime Warranty.
Reviewed by Anthony S (Cape Coral, FL) Reviewed for a 1977 Ford F-250 — Feb 14, 2012 11:16 PM
The steps are very nice but they leave room for improvement, the tube fit over the end was loose two wraps of metal tape made it well. last, for such a high quality product the mounting hardware was very disappointing, I replaced all with Stainless and grade 8 for $10.
Reviewed by Jon R (Mustang, OK) Reviewed for a 1983 Toyota Pickup — Nov 16, 2011 3:19 PM
I bought these steps for my 83 Toyota 4x4. It has a 10" LIFT AND 39" TALL TIRES. The steps look great and were easy to install. So far they seem to be sturdy (I weigh 200 lbs)and I like the fact you can adjust the angle and height of the step to best fit your particular vehicle.
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Asked by Anonymous
Dec 04, 2012 1:17 PM
2005 Toyota Tacoma
how do these really bolt to the cab? the floor? rocker panel lip? both? will they support 250 # ? this is info i need to know before i order anything!!!!!!!!!!! thanks.............