Rear Step.
Rear Step Double Steps Non-Skid Surface Sturdy Steps Steps Easy Steps

The rear step is a powder coated, sturdy double step and compact.   Each step has two strips of rigorous industrial non-skid strips going across the entire length of each step for safety.   The rear step fits perfectly into any 2 inch receiver and provides easy access both in and out of the tent trailers.



The trailer step is engineered and manufactured by experts in the industry using computer numerically controlled (CNC) machines. The final product is silver powder coated and manufactured to the same high quality standards as all Tentrax products.

Specifically designed for simple installation and easy use, each step comes with a hitch pin and clip and fits perfectly into any 2 inch receiver. Because of its compact design, the step stores easily in the aluminum dry box or trailer cargo area for easy access.

Why the rear step?   Because trailer bumper height varies depending on the size of trailer wheels, tires, and lift kits installed on tent trailers. As a result, the rear step is ideal for allowing easier entry into and out of tent trailers. This step is by far the favorite choice for many off road trailer campers that have large tires and lift kits installed on their tent trailers. Here is an example of bumper height to consider:

       The 4 inch lift kit with 30 inch tires raises the rear bumper to 22 inches off the ground

The rear step is designed to assist small children, physically challenged, and shorter adults into the trailer sleeping and living area. Easy to use, simply insert the rear step directly into the trailer's 2 inch receiver and you have the perfect stairway to a comfortable, quite, and relaxing night's sleep into your tent and bed. Additionally, if you are purchasing the cargo model, the rear step allows you to get to those hard-to-reach items in the cargo area. The rear step also provides for a sitting platform at the back of the trailer for removing shoes and similar items.

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Last updated on January 3, 2018