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Old 09-18-2017, 07:33 PM   #1
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I installed the steps in about 15 minutes on our Sandpiper 360PDEK. These steps are the best modification of have made. Rock solid and more secure than OEM steps.
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How do the steps work on uneven ground
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How do the steps work on uneven ground


They are configurable for about a 8 inch difference. The only problem I have with them is when you have low ground on the curb side (door side). A couple of times I've had to place landing pads under them.
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