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Tow Hitch Step

dlrsavannah

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I picked up this hitch step from Amazon just recently. It does have some minor rock side to side but that can be fixed pretty easily. It is definitely solid and I wouldn’t want to hit. Just thought I’d share a few pics of it. F3C024D8-E115-4440-810E-868C42900DA6.jpeg CCA62823-D662-4AFD-8322-730AD851C16F.jpeg
 

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I have had one similar on mine since the day I bought my Rebel. Mines the Smittybilt one called the beaver step.
Looks dang identical too. I might’ve gone with the the Smittybilt if I’d seen it first but I do like the rebar look of it and better footing.
 

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The step that fits into the hitch is good, but with the tailgate down is useless. You should get the Bed Step from AMP Research, it will cost about $270 plus about $50 to have it installed, but is one of the best things to add!

Amp Research BedStep (19-20 RAM 1500)​

Item R110525
 

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The step that fits into the hitch is good, but with the tailgate down is useless. You should get the Bed Step from AMP Research, it will cost about $270 plus about $50 to have it installed, but is one of the best things to add!

Amp Research BedStep (19-20 RAM 1500)​

Item R110525
Well I got it mainly to help keep tailgaters off my rear but then again their are some really stupid people out there that could care less if they get too close.
 

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