Originally Posted by jrhillma
How far out the back does that extend? Happen to have a side view? I googled for images, but they're all 3/4 top views or dead-on rear views.
They have 3 adjustment holes that you can use, mine is set to be nearest the bumper (not sure of the spacing but probably at least 2 to 3 inches between each hole that the pin goes through in your hitch receiver). I measured 5 1/4" from the hitch to the back of the top step, while the bottom step measures 8" in distance from the back of the hitch receiver.
Dimensions from manufacturer show:
11 pounds - 36.5 x 9.8 x 4.2 inches
"The upper step and hitch shaft are identical to Go Rhino's standard 360PS series 3" hitchstep, featuring a 36" step section forged from 3" x .065" steel, welded to a squared 2" hitch shaft of .065" steel that is compatible with any 2" hitch receiver. Integrated into the upper step is a 20" (l) x 3" (w) rubberized step pad, with treaded segments surrounding the attractive Go Rhino! logo that ensures secure footing. But the addition of the lower step section is what sets the Dominator apart. The lower step section is forged of the same .065" tubular steel as the upper section, but with a more narrow width and shorter length that allows more than enough room for a foothold, without significantly lowering the bottom edge of the device."
"Three different hitch shaft connection settings allow users to alter the step's extension away from bumpers."