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Old 04-12-2016, 10:34 PM   #1
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Kwikee steps

Those swinging steps can be a hazard if you don't time it right - not down yet for instance as you step out. Plus they wear out and are expensive to replace!
Anybody thought of those drops steps like a 5er?
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Just slow down a second, and wait till they come out
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Those swinging steps can be a hazard if you don't time it right - not down yet for instance as you step out. Plus they wear out and are expensive to replace!
Anybody thought of those drops steps like a 5er?
Are you up for jumping down to the pavement to manually pull out the steps every time you stop ??
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Ya maybe a static line and a chute might be better

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Are you up for jumping down to the pavement to manually pull out the steps every time you stop ??
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