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Old 04-11-2015, 07:08 PM   #1
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DW and I picked up our new Cardinal by FR yesterday. Had to get a lot boy to show us how to do the 4th step (no pun intended) You have to use both hands and your thigh to push them up and in. Dirty hands and pants. How cool is that? Now what do I do?
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DW and I picked up our new Cardinal by FR yesterday. Had to get a lot boy to show us how to do the 4th step (no pun intended) You have to use both hands and your thigh to push them up and in. Dirty hands pants. How cool is that? Now what do I do?
We have the Flexco three step unit. Spraying some dry lube on the friction points helps a lot.
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We put so much white auto spray lube on them that they are no longer black.
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After cleaning off the previous lube, try this. You might consider buying the six pack. Once I bought some, I found uses everywhere around the house and RV. This version of WD40 doesn't attract dirt and road grime. Great for things like RV steps, bicycle chains, windows, ...
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