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- CARR Hoop II Truck Steps are the toughest alternative to big bars and boards
- Cast from a durable aluminum alloy that withstands any conditions
- Machined diamond tread step pattern for sure footing
- Compact 10" width provides plenty of stepping space without extra bulk
- Available in 3 finishes: XM3 Polished, XP4 Titanium Silver powder coat and XP3 Black powder coat
- New Multi-Mount rotating mount heads make installation easier and sturdier
- Mounting to your rocker panels requires only minor drilling and less than 1 hour
- Made in the USA
- Sold in pairs
- Your CARR Hoop II Truck Steps are backed by a limited lifetime warranty
You don't need a cab-length bar or pontoon-like board to get a solid foothold on your rig. All you need is a set of CARR Hoop II Truck Steps for the stable stepping place that saves space.
While big bars and boards run the length of your truck's seating rows, picking up dings and chips and denting a few shins, CARR Hoop II Truck Steps sport all of the same toughness in a compact size. In fact, the 10" width of Hoop II steps combined with cast aluminum construction and three durable finish options make bulky steps yesterday's news.
Because they're made by CARR, you can count on these babies to last. The machined diamond tread step surface always provides sure footing. The Multi-Mount rotating brackets help you get a snug, secure fit. And, CARR backs your Hoop II Truck Steps with a lifetime warranty.
So, step up on something different today. CARR Hoop II Steps pack big-time steadiness without the bulk.
CARR Hoop II Truck Steps Customer Reviews
210 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Kevin F (VENANGO, PA) Reviewed for a 2014 Dodge ProMaster — Nov 20, 2018 8:10 PM
Reviewed by Jeffrey H (LAS VEGAS, NV) Reviewed for a 2008 Toyota Tundra — Oct 18, 2018 9:26 PM
Just got these mounted on my 08' Tundra Crewmax cab. The directions were simple, but I had extra bolts that were not shown in the diagram. And plastic wedges with no explanation of how they're used. Also, the machine screws are cheap. On the rear steps I had to drill into a thicker part of the body. The holes drilled easy enough, but the screws snapped off when tightening them down. I will have to see if I can get the broken screws out and replace them
Reviewed by susie p (PLAINVIEW, MN) Reviewed for a 2015 Dodge Ram — May 09, 2018 3:24 AM
I didnt want the long running boards..im not a clutter girl..these r so simple but attitude..just what i was looking for! Now i need to order the pr for the back doors!!
Reviewed by Charles R (BLOUNTVILLE, TN) Reviewed for a 2002 Freightliner Sprinter — Apr 05, 2018 6:41 PM