That oversized payload sure comes in handy when you're hauling drywall, dirt bikes and dressers. There's just one problem—how do you get to the gear at the front of your bed? Instead of reaching over the side or crawling in from the tailgate, get a big boost up right where you need it with the AMP BedStep 2 Retractable Truck Step.
Whether you're pulling wrenches out of your truck toolbox or unloading grocery bags, the AMP Research Bed Step 2 is always there to lend a hand. It bolts right in front of your rear wheel and features a zero-maintenance stainless steel hinge—just give it a nudge with your foot, and it folds down for fast bed access. When the job is done, another foot tap tucks it back up and out of your hair. Plus, the versatile mounting hardware gives you the freedom to park your AMP Bed Step 2 on either side of your bed.
Strength, stability and sure-footing all come standard with your AMP Research BedStep 2. They're built in the USA from die-cast aluminum alloy that's anodized and coated in Teflon for maximum corrosion resistance that meets strict military specs. And, the non-slip, glass-reinforced resin step pad ensures total traction even when your shoes are caked in mud, snow and slop. To top it all off, AMP Research backs your BedStep2 with a 3-year/36,000-mile warranty.
Reviewed by Sam G (Northport, AL) Reviewed for a 2012 GMC Sierra — Jun 14, 2014 7:13 AM
Installed on 2012 GMC Denali 2500HD. Very useful product install is a little difficult if u don't have an angle drill! Tucks up under the truck close and looks great! My only compliant is that I offset the step to put it closest to the rear of the truck and the step has a little bit of flex to it if you get close to the edge of it. Overall very happy with my purchase.
Reviewed by Glenn B (Olathe, KS) Reviewed for a 2011 Chevy Silverado — May 02, 2014 9:28 PM
Well constructed. Tucks neatly under the bed. I'd prefer it a little closer to the back tire but it still gives you decent access. Allow yourself up to an hour for install. If you're impatient, not mechanically inclined, or don't have a good assortment of sockets and adapters, you will have a hard time installing it. Instructions are a bit counterintuitive but they make sense in the end so follow them. One spacer doesn't match the photo in the instructions, again mechanical abilities are a must.
Reviewed by Michael B (Haslet, TX) Reviewed for a 2014 GMC Sierra — Jan 07, 2014 9:14 PM
I felt the installation was very straight forward. The rivet nuts are a bit tough, but to be expected due to the nature of their size. The hole required to drill for them is an odd size though. (17/32") not many of us have that size bit. Overall a very excellent addition to my truck.
Reviewed by Anthony V (Bakersfield, CA) Reviewed for a 2014 Chevy Silverado — Dec 16, 2013 7:46 AM
It was a challenge to install the step on my 2014 Silverado. Labor intensive. It took me 2 days to install, due to the purchasing of new tools. An angle 90 degree drill is needed. The steps retract, however are visible in this retracted position. I have shopped on the internet, finding another brand of a similar style retractable bed step. These are overly priced, however will get the job done.