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Old 08-30-2013, 11:10 AM   #1
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Drivers left foot rest

I would like to have one for those long drives.

What are my fellow RVers using?
Did you buy it and where?
Did you make one, and how?
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Old 08-30-2013, 11:48 AM   #2
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Interesting thought. Mine has a carpeted wall there that would need to be modified (it protects wires), but would be easy enough.

Of course, this is the first thing that came to mind!

http://www.google.com/aclk?sa=l&ai=C...ge_low&cad=rja
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Old 08-30-2013, 12:00 PM   #3
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I got lucky, in that respect. My coach's PO, installed a Surround Sound System, with speakers all over, including a "Woofer" mounted on the floor, against the left wall, just in the right place, for me to rest my left foot, if I wanted....and I do that a lot.
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Old 08-30-2013, 11:24 PM   #5
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Interesting topic and timing. My wife noticed a board on the left side of the steering column. I just grabbed one of my tire blocks 4x4 and dropped it in place. It seems to be perfect. I can rest the arch of my foot or drop my heel on top or even pull it out and rest my flat foot on it. Works great.

Now if there was a way to narrow the big soft captains chair down so it holds me better in tight curves. A better bucket for my bucket.
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You guys gave me an idea....how about a tire chock?

Large Wheel Chock - Rook Industries D10-250 - Chocks & Levelers - Camping World

Put some Velcro on the bottom to keep it from moving around or is it hollow?
Hmm....
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Interesting topic and timing. My wife noticed a board on the left side of the steering column. I just grabbed one of my tire blocks 4x4 and dropped it in place. It seems to be perfect. I can rest the arch of my foot or drop my heel on top or even pull it out and rest my flat foot on it. Works great.

Now if there was a way to narrow the big soft captains chair down so it holds me better in tight curves. A better bucket for my bucket.
Actually for me it would be a wider bucket for my bigger bucket..

Since we now have a Class C, it hasn't been an issue. In our old Class A there was a foot rest built in..lucky I guess.
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I have a fused left ankle and that leg is 1" shorter than my right. So I took some spare carpet then wrapped a piece of 2x4 and stapled it. Works great for me. Before that my leg would go numb.
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