Hitch Mounted Step allows access to truck bed or SUV roof rack.

Press Release Summary:

Designed to fit any standard 2 in. receiver, STEP-n-TOW consists of 18 in. non-skid rubber foot-step, with galvanized, powder-coated finish, that swings out 90° and locks into position. Step features 2 in. drop, ¾ in. rise, and 350 lb rating in open or closed position. When used with Universal Mount, STEP-n-TOW will accept any tool that normally fits into 2 x 2 receiver, including bike rack, mounted vice, or electric winch.

Original Press Release:

STEP n TOW® A Step up for Pick-Ups, A Leap up in Safety and Convenience!

The most versatile hitch mounted step, ball mount and winch mount that money can buy! It's a whole system!

The new STEP n TOW swing out step is a versatile tool for pick-up trucks and SUV's.
It allows easy access to the pick-up bed or roof racks. From the durable galvanized, powder coated finish to the 18", 90° swing out safe non-skid rubber foot- step, this product boasts quality through and through. Fits any standard 2" receiver, ideal for the home owner, farm, DIY, contractors, trailers (utility, travel, camping and boating), anyone and everyone needing access to the back of a pick-up truck or the roof rack of any sport utility vehicles. STEP n TOW always offers convenience and safety for everyone in the family or work place.

Add the Universal Mount and STEP n TOW will accept any tool that normally fits into a 2x2 receiver, whether it be a bike rack, a mounted vice or an electric winch.

Features at a glance

o Fits any standard 2" receiver

o 2" drop, 3/4" rise

o Rated to 6000 lb (V5 certified)

o Rugged two step galvanized then powder coat finish

o Safe non-skid foot-step

o 18" swing out step, locks into position, rated at 350 lb in the open or closed position

o Winch Mount (2 bolt pattern up to 3000 lb)

About Step n Tow

Step n Tow is a small manufacturing and marketing company located in northeastern Connecticut referred to as the "Quiet Corner". The Step n Tow was developed like most "niche" products, out of necessity. It was the idea of John Lipski that eventually evolved into the Step n Tow. In 2005, after years of fumbling with the ball mount and step idea, the Step n Tow began to take shape and now is a reality, see it at StepnTow.com.

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