At 70 (age, not mph ) getting up and down from the 2500HD truck bed is getting harder. I've been carrying a small stepladder around in the bed, but it usually ends up where I can't reach it easily. I'm considering adding a Bestop TredStep on the driver's side. My particular truck won't take one on the passenger side. My truck does have a step insert in the bumper, but it is just a bit too high for me.
Any experiences with this step, or recommendations of alternatives would be appreciated. Buying a lower truck is not a viable option. My truck is a 2017 GMC Sierra 2500HD extended cab long box. Thanks.