Pick-up truck bed access steps help workers access their cargo area of the truck without taking such a large step or “jumping”. The cargo bed of a pick-up truck is usually 24” to 36” high. To reach something stored in the truck, the worker must climb or jump which may be impossible for someone with a disability. The access steps fold up out of the way when using the truck, then fold down to make a convenient ladder and grab bar when needed. It can even help load an aging pet! A worker with a prosthetic leg can access their cargo area of the truck easier and safer by utilizing the Truck’n Buddy Pickup Tailgate Step.
Workers with common conditions such as these would benefit from a Truck’n Buddy Pickup Tailgate Step.
Balance / Core Stability
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Total Hip Replacement
Total Knee Replacement
Lower Extremity Impairments
Replaced Joints – Arthroplasty
Degenerative Joint Disease
Great Day’s Truck N’ Buddy is the best thing that could happen to a truck owner! The Truck’N’Buddy creates a whole new world of possibilities and conveniences for pickup truck owners – a step up for aging pets, a step up for aging truck owners, a perfect seat for hunters, for sporting clay shooters, for NASCAR and football “tailgaters” – a seat for golfers (to change shoes), for camping, and for comfortably handling miscellaneous work.
Do you have a flatbed truck or equipment trailer? Don’t struggle to access them any longer! The Truck’N’Buddy will make entering and exiting convenient for you.
The Truck N’ Buddy attaches to the tailgate of standard pickup trucks, to the floor of equipment trailers and flatbed trucks. The maximum weight capacity is 300 lb. It is constructed of aircraft aluminum, weighing only 16 lbs and stores compactly out-of-the-way on the tailgate itself. The Truck N’ Buddy folds and unfolds effortlessly in seconds to do the job at hand.
The Truck N’ Buddy’s step / seat platform is supported by 1700 lb. test cables and has built-in traction ridges for sure footing. It also features a handy 18-inch grab-rail to insure safe entry onto the truck.