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Old 04-07-2016, 11:17 AM   #1
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Fold Down Patio Fence

We've been looking at some toy haulers that have the cables to support the ramp and turn it into a patio. Several of the railing on these patios seem to bump loose and are not very supportive. Are there any that have better railing that would be more secure when the grandkids are around?

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Look at the railing on a Sandpiper / Sierra PDEK it is sturdy.

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The railing on my previous RV (Cyclone 4100) was very sturdy once the two end pieces were connected with the thumb screws. They were secure enough to make a nice dog run. My dogs spent a lot of time in the garage and on the patio. I am really missing that patio.
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