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Old 09-08-2015, 02:41 PM   #1
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Polished Stainless Steel Step Upgrade

Just a quick note about one of the easiest and best upgrades I've done in a long time.. I recently ran across a company here in Iowa that makes Polished Stainless Steel Bling for RV's.

One of their products is a Polished Step Cover that is very easy to install and looks amazing. My old step was looking a little worse for wear. This new cover just slips on over the step and adheres with 3M double stick tape. (included)

Here is where I bought it:

Summit Products: your source for motorhome products

I don't work for Summit nor do I profit from this in any way. Just a great product that will dress up the entrance to your RV.

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Old 09-22-2015, 07:36 PM   #2
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I did the upgrade today on our 2005.

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Love it! Summit was great to talk to and shipping was fast.


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Yep, Summit has been in business for quite a while and they have nice stuff but it will cost you. I need to contact them about a kick plate for the area just above the stop. It's already got 3M film on it but a stainless plate would look better.
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My thoughts exactly, the 3M film under the door was removed with the rest of the film, it had dried out and was dull.


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Nice work Dave. That's a huge improvement.
I have had several people that have seen mine and asked where I got it.
It's a simple thing that is easy to install and really dresses up the "entrance".
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