Reviewed By Gerald T (HAMPTON, GA) Reviewed for a 2015 Ford F-250 —5/31/2016 3:34 PM
Although it is a little pricey it is well made and fairly easy to install. I liked the driver side so well I got one for the passenger side too.
Reviewed By Ron C (Palm Coast, FL) Reviewed for a 2016 Ford F-250 —1/26/2016 6:05 AM
I could not find the F250 in the pkg I wanted with step in the tailgate like my 2013 had, so after a lot of study and review reading, I bought the Trekstep, the instructions are incomplete but I used the ones fm amp R. much better, and once you realize that the oem bumper bolts are welded to a piece of bar stock and it keeps pushing back you need to keep it tight to the frame to get the nuts on, used 3 shims, works great, "Luv It"
Reviewed By Seth L (Hawley, TX) Reviewed for a 1999 Ford F-250 —1/19/2011 2:57 PM
First of all, can't beat the price guarantee from autoanything. I've had them on for almost two weeks. They took a long time as I am a perfectionist but the results are worth it. The wire harness could've been a little longer going to the driver side. I wanted to run it over the brake master cylinder and then down the wheel well but had to compromise and go down near the steering shaft. The zip ties included were brittle. Most of them went in the trash. A clear tube is included to snake the trigger wires from inside the cab to the inside of the doors. This step can be tricky, especially on the driver side where there are a lot of obstructions in the cab. The arms on the boards are well built and come with good mounting hardware. The boards have a good rough texture to prevent slipping. Looks and feels like a sprayed on bedliner type material. The boards work just as advertised and the lights are great! I would definitely buy them again.