Heavy Duty Steps for Heavy Duty Haulers

Whoever said size doesn’t matter hasn’t tried to get into a truck lifted several inches wearing a pair of muddy work boots and jeans. Heavy-duty diesel powerhouses like Ford’s Power Stroke Super Duty, Chevrolet’s Duramax HD Silverado and Dodge’s Cummins powered Ram are awesome trucks – high powered and highly capable, but also high-riding, making getting into one of these massive machines a big challenge. Just like America’s finest heavy duty trucks, AMP engineers designed the AMP Research Power Step to work from sun up to sun down, in the toughest of conditions on the planet, and make getting into the cab a whole lot easier.

Manufactured from aircraft grade extruded aluminum, the AMP Research Power Step was designed to handle the daily abuse your diesel truck endures. The step surfaces are designed to withstand loads of up to 600 lbs and are coated with a durable non-slip powder-coated finish that will keep your steps functional and looking like new for years to come. The heavy-duty motors, with anti-pinch technology, deploy the steps with flawless mechanical grace in less than a second when doors open. Additionally, they completely retract under the vehicle as soon as the door is closed, keeping the stepping surface protected and free of dirt, mud and water while driving. Since the AMP Research Power Steps are completely retracted during normal operation, there’s no loss of ground clearance over uneven and off-road terrain.

AMP Research Power Steps are proudly made in the USA and are backed by our three-year limited warranty. Each kit includes left and right running board assemblies, mounting hardware, OEM quality wiring harnesses and detailed installation instructions. An LED Light Kit for all models along with an Extension Kit that drops boards an additional two inches, is now available. Perfect for lifted Ford Super Duty and Dodge Ram pickups.

For more information about this, or other innovative AMP Research products, call toll-free at 1-888-983-2209, or visit www.amp-research.com.

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