- About This Product
The AMP Research BedStep2 for the '10-'18 Dodge Ram mounts on either side of the truck, just behind the cab providing a faster, easier and safer route to access toolboxes, equipment and cargo in the bed. It flips down or retracts with the nudge of a foot. Bolts onto the truck in minutes.
- Engineered to support loads up to 300lb.
- High-Strength Aluminum Alloy Components
- Precision Stainless-Steel Pivot Pins for Rock-Solid Stability
- Maintenance-Free, Self Lubricating Bushings for All-Weather Performance
- Military-Spec, Corrosion-Resistant, Anodized and PTFE-Coated Finish
- Non-Slip, Glass-Reninforced Composite Step Pad – Big Enough for Two Large Boots
- Some drilling required
NOTE: You will need mounting bracket kit 75611-01A to mount this step on your Dodge Ram dually.
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Nice Product with Minor Problems
Oct 3, 2017 | By John Landry
The following review applies to a 2014 Ram 3500 dually: Overall the step itself is a high quality product. Unfortunately, there are a few minor quality problems the kit and installation instructions. First, the included installation instructions have the pictures for "Driver-Side Orientation" and "Passenger-Side Orientation" completely backwards. Even the manual available for download on AMP's website has this problem. The cutout in the Lateral Mount (item 3) should be oriented to the rear of the truck when mounted on the driver's side. Second, the tab on the leaf spring hanger bracket (item 5) should point up and not downward as shown in the installation instructions. Third, the bolt (item 7) for the leaf spring hanger bracket supplied with the kit is too short to give adequate thread engagement in the nut, so you'll need to provide a longer one. Forth, even when you eventually get everything lined up and installed, the plastic step WILL contact (i.e.: rest against) the underside of the truck's fender when closed. That's not necessarily a problem. Beyond these shortcomings, the step works as intended and feels sturdy when used. Be aware this is not a quick and simple bolt-on project. Installation requires lots of tools, multiple test fittings, drilling a 17/32" hole through one of the sheet metal ribs under the bed, and installation of a special Rivet Nut. You'll need a torque wrench for this job.