Folding Hitch Step

Load dirt bikes, motocross bikes, or sport bikes into a truck bed with ease or finally reach the top of your vehicle using this folding hitch step. Simply fold the hitch-mounted steel platform up and out of the way when not in use for easy storage.

  • Requires Class III or IV trailer hitch (2" hole)
  • Folding feature stows step away when not in use
  • Steel construction with black powder-coat finish
  • Rubber diamond treads for maximum traction
  • 250-lb weight capacity
  • Weighs only 32 lbs
  • One-year manufacturer’s warranty
  • Pinch bolt included
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Get a much-needed boost from this folding hitch step!

Whether you’re loading dirt bikes and sport bikes onto pickups by yourself or just trying to reach the top of your vehicle, a hitch-mounted folding truck step makes everything easier. Installing the steel step is just as simple - slide the hitch step into a Class III or IV receiver and secure it using the supplied pinch bolt or your own hitch pin. When not in use, the truck step conveniently folds up and out of the way for compact storage. The folding hitch step is composed of black powder-coated steel and can safely support up to 250 lbs, while rubber diamond treads on the 19-3/4" x 16-3/4" platform provide superior traction in wet or muddy conditions. Every folding hitch step is covered by a one-year manufacturer’s warranty.

32 lbs

Product Features

  • Folding feature stows the step away when not in use
  • Steel construction with a black powder coat finish
  • Now with rubber diamond tread surface
  • Requires Class III or IV trailer hitch (2" hole)
  • Pinch bolt included
  • One year warranty


Instruction Manual
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Review Summary (Based on 1 Reviews)


5 Stars Use of ramps

Bill from TX wrote (March 02, 2015):

I bought this step to use as a way for my large dog to be able to get in and out of my Blazer, and with just a couple of cuts to shorten the distance from step to vehicle it works great. I know this is not what it was built for but compared to paying $250.00 plus for something that will not work as well, I would recommend this to anyone.