Reviewed By Edward H (Queen Creek, AZ) Reviewed for a 2011 Chrysler 200 —2/3/2015 6:49 AM
Installing went well, works Ok.
Reviewed By Richard P (Stanley, NM) Reviewed for a 2000 Toyota Tundra —8/17/2016 8:36 PM
The Pros, I like the fact that the step doesn't have any graphic art, a plain, clean step is all I wanted. The Cons, I noted in "Feedback" that some Steps did not align with the hole in the receiver, that was my experience as well. But any machine shop can take care of that and it only cost me $5 to take care of the issue. I'm satisfied with the outcome and the look. By the way, I advise getting a locking pin. My not having one is how I lost the first Step I had to theft.
Reviewed By William D (FALLBROOK, CA) Reviewed for a 2005 Chevy Silverado —8/14/2016 7:32 AM
I a contractor with a lifted truck which carries a lot of tools. I've always used the trailer hitch ball to stand on to reach for tools. The Go Rhino Step makes it so much easier that this is my second one. The first one broke when it hit my trailer tongue while backing up to it. Which is the only problem I have with it. being cast aluminum. Otherwise I love it and just have to be a little more careful.