Reviewed By David E (OREGON, OH) Reviewed for a 2016 Chevy Silverado —8/19/2016 5:52 AM
Like that it's aluminum and has a rugged look.not only a rugged look but very sturdy. It does interfere with parking sensor at times but not that big a deal.
Reviewed By William T (Cleveland, OH) Reviewed for a 2007 Hummer H3 —6/27/2016 5:58 PM
Looked good on my 2007 Hummer H-3 until a person who was on their cell phone rear ended me at a traffic light. The Rhino Dominator Hitch Step took the brunt of the hit saving my vehicle from further damage.So bought a new Rhino Dominator Hitch Step to get back to square one so to speak.
Reviewed By Bruce B (Lake Quivira, KS) Reviewed for a 2014 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter —2/7/2014 4:20 AM
I desired a removable + fold-up step for easier entry into rear cargo area. Not a lot of choices are available with fold-up feature, like this Carr Mega Step. It is a solid hunk of aluminum and worth the asking price. The 2" insert will fit into the 2 inch factory hitch receiver and will just barely miss the electrical connection box when secured with the deepest (second) shank hole. The fit is loose so I have ordered an anti-vibration kit to make the fit more secure (less wobble). Thumbs-up.
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