Reviewed By nick g (SANTA ROSA, CA) —5/1/2015 11:51 AM
Took a minute to figure out how to remove the cap from the connector on the truck but after that plugged it right in and it did what it's supposed to.
Reviewed By Michael A (Conestoga, PA) —4/24/2015 12:09 PM
What a great alternative to the high priced steps out there! Quite a bargain. I work out of a Dodge ProMaster high side van. The drop from the back is relatively high. In seconds I bolted this on my hitch and now I simply walk right in. Pretty heavy duty, really good anti-slip metal cut treads, and good looks. Everyone loves the idea when they see it. I use it maybe thirty or more times a day with no sign of trouble yet.
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