Heavy duty, all-aluminum truck trailer ladder for quick and convenient access to trailer beds. The EZ Deck Step trailer ladder is custom designed for drop deck and step deck trailer heights for fast load inspections, routine maintenance, and cargo load adjustments.
EZ Deck Step Trailer Steps are designed to attach to truck trailer rub rails for fast and convenient access to a flat bed, drop deck, or step deck trailer bed. Each set of step deck steps us specially crafted pin clamps for attachment without tools. Drop deck steps include (2) C-Brackets which clamp to the side handles and secure the flat bed stairs firmly in place when stored in an upright position.
The EZ Deck Step Trailer Step features two heavy duty caster wheels which push the steps outward when the truck trailer is under a heavy load. Includes pre-drilled holes allowing the deck step to be locked to the trailer deck using a padlock (not included). Works great as a drop deck or step deck step trailers! EZ Deck Step transport stairs are made with lightweight aluminum designed to support up to 375 lbs while remaining light enough to be carried around between uses.
5 Stars Ladder-16-48
Doug from MN wrote (August 14, 2015):
Great ladder!!! Saves wear & tear on my aching body. Trying to navigate climbing from truck cab to flat bed (via headache rack) & back was brutal. Now able to get on & off with ease. Much safer also.
5 Stars Love its the best this is for you
BIll from IL wrote (February 21, 2015):
best ladder it works like a charm nice and light to
5 Stars Step Deck Ladder
Anonymous from IA wrote (February 16, 2015):
Very well built, and easy to use. Our Safety Team loved the product.
5 Stars Very nice ladder!
Mike Nelson from MT wrote (January 16, 2015):
This is a very sturdy ladder/ramp and easy to install! Highly recommended!
4 Stars EZ Step deck Ladder
Shawn VanRiper from WY wrote (December 22, 2014):
This product is easy fast and efficient. I installed 2 of these on 2 different trucks at my work. I work as a mechanic for the School District in Cheyenne, Wy. The only thing I can see wrong and what I would do differently is the chocks that hold the ladder in the stowed position I would put on a hinge so they are stationary. My guys will have these lost before to long. I will add hinges and post pics back to Discount Ramps.