Ranger Design (Montreal, Quebec) launched Max Step, which is a van step attached to the frame of the vehicle in the back, in order to give tradesmen easy access to the cargo space or roof rack. The Max Step is beneficial for workers who spend most of their day climbing in and out of their vans, as it means less wear and tear on the human body.
Made with anti-slip tread plates, the Max Step is built to provide a rugged grip in any type of climate. A sleek line of reflective tape across each step also ensures maximum visibility, day and night. To ensure a long-lasting life time, the Max Step is manufactured to TUV standards and protected by an anti-corrosive finish to guard against weathering and early deterioration. With a 300-lb weight capacity, the Max Step is as sturdy as they come.
The Max Step is available, as of now, for the Mercedes Sprinter, the Ford Transit and the Ram ProMaster. Easy to install, it can be quickly fastened to any of these vans built without factory steps. Tough and durable, the Max Step offers a secure step every time.
For more information, visit rangerdesign.com
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