HitchMate TireStep Customer Reviews
17 Customer Reviews
From high-speed road bikes to ocean kayaks, your roof rack is the perfect platform for hauling your toys. But, unless you’re built like Andre the Giant, hoisting your gear aloft is a real pain in the backside—literally. Instead of straining to reach your roof, give yourself a big boost up with the HitchMate TireStep.
The HitchMate TireStep is a fully portable step ladder that fits right over your tire, creating a stable, sturdy platform for stepping up. Break it out when you’re washing your rig, and you’ll be able to reach that bird squeeze on your roof with ease. Set it up when you’re working under the hood, and you won’t kill your back checking your brake fluid. The HitchMate TireStep is always there to save the day.
Constructed from durable steel with an anti-rust black powder coating, this tire step can support up to 400 lbs of weight. The stepping area boasts a skid-free diamond-tread pattern, and its generous 22” x 10” size ensures sure footing. Plus, it folds flat and comes with a storage bag. Limited Lifetime Warranty included.
17 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Gregory M (Ventura, CA) Reviewed for a 2014 Toyota Tundra — Mar 31, 2014 8:24 AM
Was looking for something to allow me to clean my windows and access the top of my truck and camper shell including accessing my installed windoors on my shell. The HitchMate TireStep solved all my concerns. I can now easily reach all my "hard to reach" places with ease now on my raised Toyota Tundra which has a 6" Procomp Stage I lift and 35X12.5X18 tires. The HitchMate TireStep also fits around my tires easily and effortlessless. Thanks for producing such a item at a very economical price. I'm very pleased!
Reviewed by Lawrence C (BROOMFIELD, CO) — Nov 14, 2013 6:55 AM
Well constructed but if you set the step height at any of the positions other than the lowest you can't just fold it and put it in the storage bag it comes with, which defeats the purpose of having the storage bag... If the manufacturer is reading this they should redesign this to have the spring loaded push pins to move the step up and down with more ease and even more range beyond the three positions... Otherwise, it's exceptionally well made and worth the money....
Reviewed by Tim E (SIMI VALLEY, CA) Reviewed for a 1994 Ford F-150 — May 02, 2013 10:56 PM
Works exactly as advertised. Some complain about adjustment features. I'll take a little inconvenience for the sturdiness and durability. I'm very satisfied with this product, just wish I bought it sooner!