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Old 05-25-2017, 03:25 PM   #1
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Cool New steps

Does anyone know of any new steps for a Class A? The step sequence is difficult for some to climb. It is steep... and I was wondering if anyone has come across an after market step that gives more ease of entry. I like the new Bauer lock that is push button entry...but what about the steps?
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How many steps do you have? Do you have a front entry, mid entry layout?
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Exclamation steps in the Fleet wood Bounder

It has two steps. The single entrance is behind the passenger seat. When elevated on jacks it does raise it somewhat and they are steep. I use a stool to enter the first step....still they are steep for some individuals, especially the seniors.
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It has two steps. The single entrance is behind the passenger seat. When elevated on jacks it does raise it somewhat and they are steep. I use a stool to enter the first step....still they are steep for some individuals, especially the seniors.
If you are handy or have a friend that is you can build some half steps and install them on your existing two step entry and turn it into a 4 step entry having only to rise 1/2 the distance of your current step. example would be measure the width and height of the current step. Then build two boxes half as tall and half as wide. Install them on the current step either right side or left side depending on which foot you want to start with. Richard
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