With a strong Go Rhino hitch step, accessing the rear of your truck becomes easy. Having to reach into the truck bed or on the roof of your rig can be a hassle. Using a Go Rhino hitch step means not having to climb up on a rear tire or seek the services of a step ladder. Instead, you can have a sturdy, compact answer for when organizing items in your vehicle requires a little stretching. Go Rhino hitch steps are a universal application and fit most of today’s trucks and SUVs. All that is required is an appropriate truck ball mount and you are good to go.
The level of convenience Go Rhino hitch steps offer is important for active drivers. Whether going camping for the weekend or stacking lumber, the bed or trunk of your hauler can be a difficult place to reach. It often requires an aftermarket hitch step to grasp where you need. Having an extra boost off of the ground can make a very big difference. An aftermarket hitch step allows increased range without risking unnecessary injury while making it easier to get items down later.
Go Rhino makes a very durable product. Their line of aftermarket hitch steps features tough automotive materials designed to last. They can endure all of the weight you want to put on them while also resisting inclement weather conditions. Most of their universal hitch steps are comprised of steel for this reason. The Step N Tow series is the exception. For this line, aluminum alloy is the material used. Step N Tow hitch steps present the same level of durability as their steel counterparts but are installed right over a ball mount.
Most drivers can accomplish the installation in just a few minutes. Many universal hitch steps require just a pin clip and shim. The Dominator series has a couple of extra parts including an anti-rattle strap and washer along with the clip. Go Rhino hitch step bars come with instructions and all necessary hardware. Click on the “Shop Now” button to learn more today.
Added style comes in two ways. Rhino custom truck bars come finished in black and polished stainless steel. Some bars showcase end caps for a punctuated look.