Bully Adjustable Truck Steps
- Features High Quality, Universally Adjustable Steps
- Can Be Purchased Individually Or In Pairs
- Constructed From Mirror Polished Stainless Steel Tubing
- Non-Slip Step Pads Are Supported By Tough Aluminum Braces
Backed By A Limited Lifetime Warranty
Getting in or out of your truck or SUV isn't always an easy task. These are burly vehicles we're talking about, and the distance from the cab to the ground can be intimidating. It's a set up for trips and falls, but it doesn't need to be that way. Bully Adjustable Truck Steps were made to make your vehicle safer and easier to access at a low cost.
The most striking feature about these side steps for trucks is that they are height adjustable. This means that whether your vehicle is stock, lifted, or lowered, Bully Adjustable Truck Steps can be set to the most comfortable stepping distance for you. They accomplish this through their innovative design which includes a patent pending cog gear system. They also feature a universal fit suitable for most makes and models of trucks and SUVs.
Just as important is how durable Bully Adjustable Truck Steps are. Every one of these pickup truck steps is made to last and finely crafted from mirror polished T-304 3" stainless steel tubing. They are certain to never rust, and are backed by a lifetime warranty from the manufacturer so you can purchase with confidence. We sell these side steps either individually or in pairs, although if you have a crew cab or other type of large, extended cab, then two pairs may be advisable.
To make things even more convenient, Bully Adjustable Truck Steps also come with all the mounting hardware needed for easy installation. Their rock solid construction and anti-slip step pads ensure a safe step every time even when you're wearing big, chunky work boots. These truck bed steps also sport a slick black powder coated finish that will keep looking great no matter what kind of abuse you put your vehicle through. Part #'s AS-500 & AS-500S
The Bully adjustable truck steps offer an easy at home installation with minor drilling to get the best fit. There is an installation manual that is sent with the product which offers clear cut and easy to read instructions. For additional information please see the installation manual below or call our excellent customer service department at 1-866-309-1907 or 701-253-5906.
|AS-500 Installation Instructions|
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Product Reviews Summary
|Ease of Installation||3.6|
|Price / Value||4.3|
|26 Customer Reviews|
|This purchase was a replacement for one side of a pair I bought 3 years ago. The warranty claims lifetime, but I was unable to find any info. about it either on REALTRUCK.com or on Bully's website. I didn't have any more time to waste looking for the info., there was probably fine print exclusions anyway. We love the adjustability of the step. My wife is 5'2" and a conventional step or running board does not drop down enough for her to be able to easily climb into the truck. I am disappointed the step didn't last longer - it just rotted and fell apart. We live in New Hampshire where a lot of road salt is used, but a good aluminum should have withstood more than 2 winters.|
|loved it well worth the money|
|Very good product. You guys do a great job of shipping and safe packaging.|
|The product is outstanding and very nice in appearence. I am glad that I purchased them. The speed at which I received my product was excellant. I am glad that I purchased my steps through Realtruck. Thanks. A very happy customer.|
|I bought 2 pair of steps for my 2014 Silverado doulbe cab and the brackets that are used for heavier people did not fit correctly. I even called Bully before I ordered them to ensure they would work because there was no listing on the Bully website for 2014's, and was told there will be no problems. Long story short, I had to cut the brackets and trim the rubber stop threaded portion and remove the lock nut because they were to long, they would not fit between the step and the frame. Bully needs to re-engineer the brackets to a 2014 and not rely on previous model trucks. I was not happy with this, but I made them work with some modifications with my grinder. If Bully re-engineers new ones that fit, I would sure like to get four sets for free since I bought four steps and the ones that came in the box needed modified.|
|I had put these on another truck, so I knew that I would have to fabricate parts to make these fit my current truck. With that experience it took me about half the time on this set. Great steps. Realtruck.com was prompt and free shipping is an added bonus.|
|Shipping was good, The arms and extensions should be S.S. also.I had to make the extensions shorter and new hardwear|
|Dealing with real truck was a pleasure and when i got my set of side steps they looked great, the installment of them was horrible though But i did get them at a great buy. I was not happy with the overall qualiy thought ive had them only two months and already they are rusting.|
|First off, is anyone else tired of the "made in China" crap? The mounting brackets for this item show it's supposed to have two holes drilled in the face, but there was only one hole on the face with the other hole drilled in the angled portion of the bracket where it would be of no use in any mounting configuration. Drilling a new hole was easy though as the bracket is made of aluminum; which gives me some concern for how it will hold up.|
Installation looks like it will be easy enough, though it would be helpful if the product description included a note that you'll need a right angle drill if you're going to try and install these yourself. Got everything set to install them only to figure out that my standard drill in 1" too long to fit between the body and frame of my truck. This was after I figured out that none of the mounting configurations that there are instructions for are going to work. The webiste wanted all my vehilce information to pull up products specifically for my truck, but this product is a genereic one-size-fit-all (sort of) set up. So, be prepared to have to improvise once you get down to it.
All this being said, I got one step put together and held it in place to try and line it up for mounting and I think it's going to look pretty sharp once it's all done. I'm marking it down due to the need for special tools (not everyone has a right angle drill) and the poor installation instructions. The aluminum construction leads me to wonder how these will hold up, but I guess I'll see.