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Old 04-16-2017, 10:24 AM   #15
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They actually look great. Haven't seen these yet, but the MorRyde version are great.

I saw the MorRyde in person at the winter RV Show in Indy. They are super light, easy to handle, and rock solid in use (I opened/closed and they are ease to use - fantastic).

I didn't see any issue with the amount of space needed to deploy (someone would have to be parked really close for it to be an issue).

IMO when it comes to dirt, you sweep them off like any steps. If wet, wipe or shake the excess water off as you lift them up (again they are very light).

We have the all aluminum folding steps, but only 3 instead of four. That bottom step can sit really high at times when there is a slope on that side of the campsite. Not an issue for DW or me, but for visiting parents it can be tough. We use a step/box under the step sometimes. May consider one of these options or the Glow Step Revolution in the future. My brother did the MorRyde and was around $300 I believe.
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Old 04-17-2017, 11:47 PM   #16
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I have been in rain too many times to see how throwing a wet set of steps into your trailer is no big deal. They are too heavy for a lot of women to throw up . Rattling against the door over time is also a consideration. The grab handle is also awkward to grab. They maybe solid on the ground but they do have their negatives.
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I like my Torklift glow steps.. very solid
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Our new Alpine came with this step. We like it so far, it is very solid. There are people who say there will be problems raising and lowering them in tight stops like rest areas as they don't fold. We have not experienced that so far.
Thanks. I suspect Lippert is supplying manufacturers first and doesn't have enough inventory to supply the after-market yet.
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Old 04-19-2017, 01:43 PM   #19
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It looks like this product very recently was listed. This one says that it's designed for 28" doorways, $374.95

https://www.etrailer.com/p-LC678027.html
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